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10 Healthy Snacks for Bloodhound

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Carrot sticks

Carrots are low in calories and high in fiber. Cut them into sticks or small chunks for a crunchy and nutritious snack.

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Blueberries are packed with antioxidants and can be a tasty treat for your Bloodhound. Offer a few as a healthy snack.

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Plain, cooked Chicken

Cooked chicken without seasoning or skin is a lean source of protein. Cut it into small pieces and offer it as a high-value snack.

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Pumpkin puree

Plain canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling) is a good source of fiber and can help with digestion. Offer a small amount as a treat or to assist with any digestive issues.

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Watermelon chunks

Watermelon is a hydrating fruit that can be enjoyed by your Bloodhound. Remove the seeds and rind, then offer small chunks as a refreshing snack.

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Sweet potato slices

Cooked sweet potato slices are rich in fiber and vitamins. They can be served as a nutritious snack for your Bloodhound.

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Greek yogurt

Plain, unsweetened Greek yogurt is a good source of probiotics and can be served as a treat or mixed with other ingredients.

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Peanut butter-stuffed Kong toy

Fill a Kong toy with a small amount of natural peanut butter (without xylitol) and freeze it. This provides mental stimulation and a tasty snack for your Bloodhound.

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Cooked salmon

Cooked salmon provides omega-3 fatty acids and protein. Offer small, cooked salmon pieces as an occasional treat for your Bloodhound.

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Green beans

Steamed or lightly cooked green beans are a low-calorie and fiber-rich snack option for your Bloodhound.

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