The short answer to this question is: it is possible, but it is better not to. And you definitely don’t need to transfer your pet to a pasta diet. And those who want to understand in more detail – read to the end.
Of course, there is nothing dangerous in pasta. However, there are nuances.
Dogs have “learned” to digest carbohydrates. However, there shouldn’t be too many of them. Pasta is a carbohydrate food. So don’t get carried away with them.
If you feed your puppy too much pasta, there may be unpleasant consequences: obesity or diabetes. In addition, there is nothing useful for a dog in pasta.
If you still decide to treat your puppy with pasta, you should choose a quality product.
Never give your puppy instant noodles. It can get stuck between the teeth or stick to the palate, which will cause a fair amount of discomfort to the four-legged friend. In addition, such feeding is fraught with constipation or gastrointestinal upset.
You can feed your puppy boiled pasta, but you can’t overcook it.
If you want to treat your pet to pasta, do not add sugar, sauce, seasoning, spices or salt to it.
Also keep in mind that pasta may contain artificial additives or dyes that can cause allergies in a puppy or adult dog.