5 Best Sources of Iron for Dogs

Serving Size for Dogs: Toy-Miniature: 2 or less; Small dogs: 3-5 per week; Medium dogs: 6-8 per week; Large Dogs: 8-12 per week. Consult with a veterinarian first before feeding your dog sardines.

Serving Size for Dogs: No more than 5% of your dog’s diet. Best served as a treat or on a weekly basis.

Consult with your veterinarian about feeding liver, especially if your dog has food-triggered health conditions. Never cook liver with onions or spices, which are toxic to dogs.

Serving Size for Dogs: No more than 1 egg yolk a day for large dogs, ½ yolk for medium dogs, and ¼ yolk for small dogs.

The yolk of a large egg contains a lot of important vitamins and minerals, including iron, protein, and essential fatty acids.

There is a wide range of supplements that can help fight nutrient deficiencies, such as kelp powder. NaturVet Kelp Help is a kelp powder supplement fortified with other essential nutrients, giving your dog a wide range of potential health benefits.

Serving Size for Dogs: For supplementing iron, start with small amounts daily. For small dogs, no more than a couple of ½ inch cubes per day.

Before feeding your dog beef, make sure your dog doesn’t have any food allergies or health conditions triggered by beef protein.