Celery, in my opinion, is one of those vegetables that has a bad reputation for absolutely no reason. It always seems to be available in your local grocery store; its quality tends to be pretty consistent; and it’s refreshing, healthy, and a necessary ingredient in soups or stocks. It also provides colorful companionship to the classic game-day hot wings, carrot sticks, and bleu cheese dressing.
But have you ever found yourself snacking on some celery and wondering if your dog can safely have a bite, too? I know my dog will beg for just about anything I am eating, and I always feel a little guilty saying no.
So, can our dogs eat celery? Is celery good for dogs like it is for us? The answer is that celery is safe for dogs to eat, and some vets actually even recommend it — but there is a safe way to serve celery to dogs, as well as an unsafe way. Keep reading to learn how much celery a dog can safely eat!