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There is a lot of goodness in peas for dogs. Your four-legged friend will benefit in particular from the high protein content. It should be remembered that this valuable nutrient is usually associated with oligosaccharides. When eaten raw, these trigger digestive problems such as diarrhea and flatulence.

As long as peas are only fed to dogs cooked, there is no reason to worry. A proportion of 5 to 10 percent of cooked peas in the daily feed ration is harmless. Larger portions would not appeal to gourmets anyway.

The statement that peas are poisonous to dogs belongs in the realm of fables. Peas do not contain the dangerous phasin found in raw beans.

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