How much salmon can I give my dog? You should limit salmon to a once a week treat at the most and make sure that it’s a portion suitable for your dog’s size. A dog can safely eat up to 10g of salmon for every 450g that they weigh. (Or for sake of ease, 10g of salmon per 500g of your dog’s body weight.)
Why can’t dogs eat salmon? Raw and undercooked salmon can contain parasites and bacteria that can make your pet extremely sick, so be sure to thoroughly cook any salmon before feeding it to your dog. Flukes — Raw or partially cooked salmon can contain a flat, worm-like parasite called a fluke.
What happens if my dog ate cooked salmon? This is what causes salmon poisoning. Thoroughly cooking salmon will kill any harmful parasites and bacteria that are present in the fish. Salmon poisoning in dogs is potentially fatal if it is left untreated.
How do I prepare salmon for my dog?