They are delightful in a dip or just by themselves, but can dogs eat graham crackers? Before you share your snacks with your pet, read this guide.
There are so many popular brands and different types of graham crackers too that it can be confusing. This guide will share information about each of the most popular types of graham crackers and how safe or dangerous they are for your dog.
For ultimate pet safety, I recommend consulting with your vet about all the questions you have about your dog eating graham crackers.
- Can Dogs Eat Graham Crackers
- Are Graham Crackers Good For Dogs?
- Can Dogs Eat Honey Graham Crackers?
- Graham Crackers For Dogs
- Dogs And Graham Crackers: Different Types
- Can Dogs Eat Annie’s Organic Bunny Grahams
- Can Dogs Eat Honey Maid Graham Crackers
- Can Dogs Eat Keebler Grahams
- Can Dogs Eat Nabisco Grahams
- Can Dogs Eat Scooby Doo Graham Crackers
- Can Dogs Eat Teddy Grahams
- Can Dogs Eat Cinnamon Graham Crackers?
- Can Dogs Eat Chocolate Graham Crackers?
- Can Dogs Eat Gluten-Free Graham Crackers?
- Can Dogs Eat Peanut Butter Graham Crackers?
- Dogs And Nabisco Honey Maid Grahamfuls Peanut Butter Filled Crackers
- Dogs And Nabisco Honey Maid Grahamfuls Peanut Butter And Chocolate Filled Crackers
- Can Dogs Eat Graham Cracker Crust?
- Final Thoughts
- More Dog Food Resources
Can Dogs Eat Graham Crackers
If given the choice, I’m sure your dog would eat as many graham crackers as you gave them. But how safe is it?
Graham crackers fall under the “only sometimes and in moderation” category of human foods. There are some graham crackers that dogs should never eat any of – anything with chocolate or xylitol in it.
Most types of graham crackers are safe for dogs to eat a small amount of on rare occasions. They are not healthy for your pet and could lead to long term health effects such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.
This is because graham crackers are high in calories and sugar, which are contributing factors to an unhealthy weight (and related health issues) for your dog.
Are Graham Crackers Good For Dogs?
Graham crackers are non-toxic, but they are not good nor healthy for dogs. Even though a dog can safely eat a few graham crackers without getting sick, dogs should not eat foods that are high in sugar.
Eating too much sugar and calories can lead to weight gain and a bunch of other health effects such as heart disease, blood sugar issues, and could even harm their teeth.
Can Dogs Eat Honey Graham Crackers?
Honey graham crackers are safe for dogs to eat, but they should still avoid them. Do not give your dog snacks with any kind of added sugars in them – this includes honey, syrup, or sugar.
If your dog eats honey graham crackers, they will probably be fine. Just don’t allow your dog to eat them regularly or a bunch of them at once.
Graham Crackers For Dogs
When you search for graham cracker dog treats, you won’t find much. Most of the cookie or cracker type of dog treats are flavored with a meaty taste because dogs really love meat.
There are a few DIY graham cracker recipes for dogs that you can make at home. This recipe from The Cottage Market is literally made with graham flour, cinnamon, bananas, peanut butter, and brown sugar. There isn’t much brown sugar in them, which makes them healthier for your pet than store-bought crackers.
This recipe from Gone To The Snow Dogs uses coconut milk, coconut flour, tapioca flour, and a little bit of molasses. It’s really high in protein and low in sugar, so it’s better for your pet.
Dogs And Graham Crackers: Different Types
Let’s look at all the different brands and types of graham cracker snacks out there and how safe they are for your pet. Find your favorite ones and learn a little more about them.
Can Dogs Eat Annie’s Organic Bunny Grahams
The good thing about them is that they are made with all organic ingredients, so you don’t have to worry about pesticides or any of that junk.
However, they are still really high in calories and sugar. The second-highest ingredient in them is organic cane sugar. It has 22 grams of carbs in it too. While this won’t hurt your dog, you shouldn’t let them eat too many of them very often.
Can Dogs Eat Honey Maid Graham Crackers
The good thing about these crackers is they don’t have sugar as the 2nd ingredient. However, there are still 140 calories in one serving (8 crackers).
The most-used ingredients in them is the flours and oils. This is all pretty safe for dogs, but not a healthy choice and you should limit how many they eat.
Can Dogs Eat Keebler Grahams
Keebler grahams have lots of the same ingredients and calories as the Honey Maid and Annie’s organic. The 2nd ingredient in the list is sugar and there are 130 calories in 8 crackers.
These are technically safe for dogs, but it’s not a good idea to feed them a lot of them all the time.
Can Dogs Eat Nabisco Grahams
Nabisco grahams have a lot more flour in them a little less sugar than the Keebler ones. There is still 130 calories in 8 crackers, but 24 grams of carbs. That means there are more carbs in these than the Keebler ones.
Sugar is still really high in the list of ingredients, so you should try to keep them away from your pet.
Can Dogs Eat Scooby Doo Graham Crackers
They might be shaped like bones, but these are not a good idea to give to your pet. Sugar is the second ingredient in the list and there are 130 calories in just 9 little pieces. This high-calorie snack is not good for dogs.
Can Dogs Eat Teddy Grahams
Teddy Grahams are another high-calorie snack that aren’t healthy for your pet to eat a lot of. In 24 pieces, there are 120 calories and 21 grams of carbs.
They are made with sugar and honey which sounds better than high fructose corn syrup, but your dog’s body digests all three of them the same way.
Can Dogs Eat Cinnamon Graham Crackers?
Cinnamon is not toxic for your pet. Having a little bit of cinnamon baked into the cracker won’t harm your pet. It’s actually the sugar and the carbs in the crackers that are more dangerous than the cinnamon.
Can Dogs Eat Chocolate Graham Crackers?
There isn’t enough chocolate in a few graham crackers to cause serious harm to your pet. You should still exercise caution with anything that contains any cocoa powder or chocolate in it.
It’s a good idea to just keep the chocolate grahams away from your dog.
Can Dogs Eat Gluten-Free Graham Crackers?
Yes, dogs can safely eat gluten-free graham crackers as long as they don’t have any xylitol in them. If your dog has a gluten-intolerance, these crackers will be safer than typical graham crackers that are made with wheat flour.
You should still moderate how many crackers they eat and how frequently they eat them.
Can Dogs Eat Peanut Butter Graham Crackers?
Peanut butter graham crackers are generally safe for dogs. Peanut butter is an excellent source of protein and lots of people use it in their homemade dog treats.
The problem is that lots of peanut butter graham crackers are also really high in sugar. Let’s look at the most popular brands.
Dogs And Nabisco Honey Maid Grahamfuls Peanut Butter Filled Crackers
These graham crackers come and go from grocery stores and at the time of writing this article, they were out of stock at a lot of retailers.
These are graham crackers with peanut butter in the middle to make a sandwich. Each sandwich cracker has about 120 calories in it, so it’s not a healthy choice for your dog.
Dogs And Nabisco Honey Maid Grahamfuls Peanut Butter And Chocolate Filled Crackers
Even though there probably isn’t enough chocolate in the Grahamful to harm your dog, you should still keep these away from them. Dogs have sensitive stomachs and even a small amount could upset it.
Can Dogs Eat Graham Cracker Crust?
Graham cracker crust is usually made with butter and graham crackers and sometimes even more sugar. Dogs should not eat a graham cracker crust.
Even though it is non-toxic and they might not react badly to it, this could lead to an unhealthy diet and weight gain.
Graham crackers are generally safe for dogs. The problem comes from how much they eat and how often they eat it. Dogs that eat too many calories or foods that are high in sugar and carbs could become obese and suffer all the health consequences that comes from it.
Just like humans, eating too many calories can lead to a higher risk of heart disease, diabetes, and joint problems.
It’s better to make your own doggy snacks or buy snacks that are made for your pup.
More Dog Food Resources
Here are some more articles about other human snacks and whether they are safe or toxic for your dog to eat.
- Can Dogs Eat Crackers
- Can Dogs Eat Jello
- Can Dogs Eat Jelly Beans
- Can Dogs Eat Gummies
- Can Dogs Eat Licorice
- Can Dogs Eat Pretzels
Find even more articles on human food dogs can and can’t eat right here on Spoiled Hounds!
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