can a dog eat broccoli cooked or raw?

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Answered: What can a dog eat to thicken the blood

Why do you want your dog to get a blood clot?

Answered: Raw or Cooked?

Cooked, and don't much care if it's healthier. It tastes better.

Answered: What are the benefits of eating raw food?

if u cook the food and eat them means lot of nutrients will be lacking in that..if u directly eat the raw diet means many vitamins and minerals will be remaining same...which is good for health........... http://www.glssystems.net

Answered: Is it safe to feed my dog raw food? If so are there any foods I should

is it good to feed raw bones or cooked bones to a dog?

Answered: How does feeding a dog a raw food diet benefit it? if at all, i've been

In my opinion the raw food diet is a bunch of new age crap. I've had dogs all of my life(50 years)and I've tried alot of different foods but always came back to plain old Purina Dog chow. Even my vet who's also a close family friend feeds it to his dogs. Good luck.
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