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What can Yorkies Eat from Human Food?

You can Prepare your Own Food for your Yorkie:

Dairy products: 
Use caution with dairy products, they are high in fat and can cause pancreatitis, gas and diarrhea. 
Meats: 
Do not over cook the meat. Raw meat is very good for sick dogs. Raw and cooked diets should not be mixed at the same meal as they digest differently. 
Vegetables: 
Dogs have a shorter digestive tract than humans and cannot digest most vegetables whole or in large chunks. It is best to put them through a food processor before giving them to your dog.
Grains: 
Grains should not be given in large amounts or make up a large part of a dog’s diet, but these foods are generally fine in small amounts.


List of Safe Food given in Moderate Amounts:

Apples 
Applesauce 
Apricots 
Baby Food (bananas, carrots)
Banana 
Biltong
Black Olives (no pits) 
Cereal 
Bread 
Broccoli (small amounts) 
Carrots 
Cauliflower (small amounts) 
Celery 
Cheerios 
Cheese
Chicken(Skinless & boneless if cooked) 
Chicken Broth
Croutons (plain)
Dried Fruit (bananas, apricots, apples) 









Eggs
Green Beans 
Liver
Lettuce 
Nectarines (no pits) 
Nut Butter 
Oatmeal 
Orange Slices (no seeds) 
Pasta Noodles (cooked) 
Peaches 
Peanut Butter 
Potatoes (instant mashed, no skins) 
Pumpkin (canned) 
Ravioli 
Rice 
Rice Cakes 
Steak (scraps) 
Tomatoes (no greens or stems) 
Tortellini 
Turkey (skinless & boneless if cooked) 
Wheat Germ