Yes, if off the cob.
Corn is a popular ingredient in most processed dog foods, so it’s a common ingredient for dogs. However, corn should always be removed from the cob before given to a dog. Do not give a corn cob to your dog because the cob can become lodged in their throat easily and choke them.
Some of the nutritional benefits from corn include fiber, carbohydrates (the good kind), protein, fat, and various vitamins.
However, dogs can be allergic to corn off the cob or have other negative reactions to the food. Bad signs to look for include lethargy, dehydration, vomiting, loss of appetite and diarrhea. If you see any of these signs you should take your dog to a veterinarian immediately.
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