Dogs Can Eat Iceberg Lettuce in Moderation

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Most dogs will be perfectly fine with eating plain iceberg lettuce. Please note the importance of it being plain. You should avoid letting your dog eat iceberg lettuce that may have been cooked with seasoning or other ingredients that are potentially dangerous to pets.

If your dog happens to enjoy chomping on iceberg lettuce, it’s something you can give to the dog on an infrequent basis. Make sure to only give in small amounts. Plain iceberg lettuce isn’t toxic to dogs but too much of it at once may cause issues like bloating.

You should also wash the iceberg lettuce thoroughly before giving to your dog. Like other salad greens, iceberg lettuce may be contaminated with harmful germs and pesticide residue, none of which you would want your dog to inherit.

No washing method will truly get rid of all potential germs an iceberg lettuce may have but one suggestion we do have is to rinse the iceberg lettuce under running water for a good amount of time. This will reduce the health risk the iceberg lettuce may pose on your dog.

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