Can Dogs Eat Edamame? Will Edamame Help Your Dog?

Can Dogs Eat Edamame? Will Edamame Help Your Dog?

Author WDF Staff


Edamame beans are tasty vegetables known for improving heart health, reducing high blood sugar, and decreasing the risk of cancer. They are a superfood for humans, but what about dogs. Can dogs eat edamame? Will they also have various benefits from eating these beans?

Can Dogs eat edamame?

The shortest possible answer is yes. Edamame will be a delicious and healthy crunchy treat for your dog. These beans are not toxic to dogs. Dogs can eat them in various types:

  • Raw – the easiest way to give your dog; you can mix your dog's kibble with raw edamame
  • Frozen – most dogs love to chew things, and frozen edamame will be a crunchy treat that your dog will love
  • Steamed; cooked – edamame can also be served steamed or boiled to dogs. Be careful that you remove pods.
  • Mashed – some dogs will love the taste of mashed edamame.

WORLD DOG FINDER TIP: Edamame beans are good for dogs, only if they are prepared right!

As with any new food you plan to introduce to your dog's diet, you should always be careful and give your dog only a small portion to see if he will have a reaction. If they don't have any reaction, you can safely feed your dog with edamame beans.

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Edamame contains various healthy nutritious that can help boost your dogs' immune system. Edamame beans are packed with:

  • Protein
  • Calcium
  • Omega-3
  • Vitamin C
  • Fiber
  • Antioxidants
  • Iron

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Edamame can help with heart diseases for your dog. These beans also have anti-inflammatory benefits and, in some cases, can help your dog if the dog is diagnosed with arthritis.

How to feed your dog with edamame?

The first thing you need to do is remove the pod since the pod can be tough to chew. For smaller dogs such as Chihuahuas, pod can be a choking hazard; you must be extra careful.

Edamame is high in fiber, and eating a lot of edamame can cause an upset stomach followed by diarrhea and gas.

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Treat edamame as a rare treat your dog can have, and remember that your dog's daily food intake should consist of 90% of their own diet and 10% from treats.


Edamame is safe for dogs to consume, but you shouldn't overfeed your dog with edamame because too much of a good thing can be harmful. Edamame beans should be treated as a rare treat, and your dog will get all the healthy benefits from it.

World Dog Finder team

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