Can Dogs Eat Edamame?

If you like edamame, you might be wondering if it would be okay to share edamame with your dog as well.

Can Dogs Eat Edamame?

Dogs can eat fresh edamame. However, you should avoid feeding your dog edamame dishes since edamame beans are normally prepared with a fair amount of salt and dogs do not like salt. In fact, salt is toxic for dogs and if a dog would eat an excessive amount of salt, it could lead to salt poisoning.
Remember it’s okay to share edamame beans with your dog only if the edamame beans are not cooked with a lot of salt. 

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5 Responses

  1. Janine at | | Reply

    My dog might like edamame beans, but I’m not gonna share mine with her. I like edamame beans too much myself.

  2. Lynda at | | Reply

    My dog loves to just about everything. I haven’t yet tried if he likes edamame beans or not, though.

  3. Travis at | | Reply

    I did not know that dogs can eat edamame beans. Thanks for the info!

  4. Phil l at | | Reply

    Mine loves edamame beans -but feed them slowly and preferably one at a time as they have a tendency to not digest/ break down the beans and you find whole, intact beans in their stool the next day !

  5. Kasey at | | Reply

    I get dry roasted edamame and fresh green beans. My dog thinks they are both treats. That has to be healthier than factory made biscuits for dogs.

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