Can Dogs Eat Popcorn? Here’s What the Experts Say (2023)

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    Can Dogs Eat Popcorn? Here’s What the Experts Say (1)Lisa Marie ConklinUpdated: Dec. 13, 2022

      Movie night isn't complete without a big bowl of freshly popped kernels. But can dogs eat popcorn—or should you keep this snack to yourself?

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      Popcorn: a great treat or dangerous for your dog?

      It’s movie night, and you’re cuddled up with the essentials—cozy blankets, a classic family flick, your favorite canine companion and a big bowl of theater-worthy popcorn. And while those puppy-dog eyes beg for a taste, you might be wondering: Can dogs eat popcorn? It seems harmless enough, but is it considered a safe and healthy dog treat for our canine friends? Or would vets categorize it as a food toxic to dogs?

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      Remember that the best diet for dogs isn’t one-size-fits-all, but it’s best to ask questions if you’re unsure: Which fruits and vegetables can dogs eat? Can dogs eat scrambled eggs? Can dogs eat ice cream? And important on movie night, is popcorn safe for our furry friends? We popped the question to the professionals to find out.

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      Why do dogs love popcorn?

      Dogs love popcorn for the same reason they drool over other human food—it’s tasty. But there may be more to it. In a study published in the journal Public Library of Science ONE, researchers found that dogs want to eat the same food as humans to connect and be social. Researchers had dogs choose between a plate with a single piece of food and a plate with larger amounts of food. Initially, the canines went for the larger portion. But when a human was introduced and showed a preference for the smaller plate, the dog chose the smaller portion. When humans signaled an intent to eat, it influenced the dogs’ behaviors. In fact, the most effective signals were when a human looked at the food, then back at the dog while talking encouragingly. Turns out, your dog probably likes tasty food (including these vet-recommended dog food brands), but they really like your food.

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      Can dogs eat popcorn?

      Yes, veterinarians give popcorn a paws-up—as long as it’s plain and air-popped. “Popcorn that is slathered in butter, salt or other seasonings should be avoided to prevent causing gastrointestinal upset in your dog,” says veterinarian Brian Evans, DVM, medical director at the pet telehealth company Dutch.

      Generally, corn that is ground and cooked is easily digestible and a good source of energy, fiber, vitamins and minerals. And while plain popcorn is safe for dogs, steer clear of feeding them any unpopped kernels, as they can cause real damage to your dog’s teeth, Dr. Evans says.

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      If your dog has a known allergy to corn, skip the movie-night treat—it can lead to dog illness symptomssuch as itching, scooting and skin and/or ear issues. “If the symptoms are mild and the skin doesn’t turn red, it may be OK to monitor your dog at home,” says Dr. Evans. But if you have concerns, he suggests checking in with your vet to stop the allergic flare-up and prevent any skin rashes from forming.

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      Is microwave popcorn toxic to dogs?

      A piece of microwave popcorn here and there is unlikely to cause too many problems, says Stephanie Sheen, DVM, chief veterinary officer at Fuzzy. However, “eating microwave popcorn with added fat, salt, oil, preservatives and chemicals should be avoided,” she says.

      Can dogs eat popcorn if the microwave variety doesn’t have any of those additives? The oil-free and salt-free microwave varieties should be fine, says Dr. Evans, but he would prefer you make homemade popcorn toavoid all the butter, oils, packaging excess and unnecessary ingredients. If you can’t avoid the added fats, reach for other human foods dogs can eatinstead.

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      How much popcorn can a dog eat?

      It’s easy to polish off an entire bowl of buttery and salty popcorn (sometimes before you even get to the meet-cute in a rom-com), but our pups shouldn’t follow suit. Remember: Only plain, air-popped, unsalted and unbuttered popcorn is OK, and it’s best in small portions. “It is best to give dogs popcorn in small amounts at a time to reduce the chances of them eating too much or choking,” says Dr. Sheen.

      Popcorn or any other treat should not make up more than 10% of a dog’s daily caloric intake. So just toss a kernel or two every so often while you’re eating yours to spread the fun.

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      What happens if a dog eats too much popcorn?

      So your dog got into the popcorn stash while you were engrossed in the film. What happens next might depend on what kind of popcorn they overate. “If a dog eats too much popcorn, especially popcorn with added fat like oil and butter, it can cause gastrointestinal upset, such as vomiting and diarrhea,” says Dr. Sheen. “At significant amounts, it could even lead to inflammation of the pancreas, which digests fat in the body, and can cause severe pain and dehydration that may require hospitalization.”

      That goes for sweet varieties as well, such as candied and kettle corn. Beware of low- or no-sugar popcorn that includes artificial sweeteners like xylitol, which is poisonous to dogs, Dr. Sheen says.

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      What should you do if your dog ate popcorn?

      A few bites of plain popcorn isn’t harmful. But can dogs eat popcorn in large amounts? The answer is generally no. “If you suspect your pet has eaten a significant amount of popcorn and has low energy, reduced appetite, diarrhea or is vomiting, it would be best to check with your veterinarian,” says Dr. Sheen. Depending on the amount eaten and the size of a dog, unpopped corn kernels could also cause blockages in the intestinal tract, she says.

      If you worry your dog has eaten popcorn with xylitol in it, call your vet right away if they’re exhibiting symptoms including weakness, lethargy, disorientation and seizures. The sugar substitute causes an increase in insulin in dogs, which can lead to low blood sugar after ingestion and significant disorders if not treated.

      You’ll also want to check for popcorn hulls and brush your dog’s teeth to remove any remnants. Wolfing down all that popcorn means more hulls could become stuck in your dog’s teeth, just as they do in humans. “This can cause irritation to the gums and potentially lead to larger problems like gum damage or infection if present long term.”

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      What are some healthy alternatives to popcorn?

      Looking for another crunchy treat to offer your pup? There are plenty of healthy options—just be mindful of how many they’re getting. Toss dog treats sparingly, and break larger and/or higher-calorie treats into smaller pieces to avoid overfeeding.

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      Dr. Sheen feeds her dogs carrots, broccoli, cauliflower and fresh green beans. If your dog turns up his nose at veggies, but drools over favorites like peanut butter, chicken or liver, whip up some easy-to-make healthy homemade dog treats (like banana bites or pumpkin puffs!) or dog-friendly cookies with adorable doggy cookie cutters.

      For low-calorie, convenient options, tasty PupCorn treats have just five calories each. You can also feel good about giving your pup the single-ingredient, freeze-dried PureBites. And for sensitive tummies or allergies, Zuke’s Mini Naturals are tasty corn-free and wheat-free options.


      • Brian Evans, DVM, medical director at Dutch
      • Stephanie Sheen, DVM, chief veterinary officer at Fuzzy
      • Public Library of Science ONE: “Do dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) make counterproductive choices because they are sensitive to human ostensive cues?”

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      Can Dogs Eat Popcorn? Here’s What the Experts Say? ›

      Yes and no. Plain, air-popped popcorn is safe for dogs to eat in small quantities. Buttered popcorn or popcorn with other toppings is not safe for your dog on a regular basis, although eating a few dropped pieces here and there probably won't hurt them.

      What happens if my dog accidentally eats popcorn? ›

      GI Issues: Popcorn contains fiber, and too much fiber can cause GI issues in dogs with symptoms like diarrhea, vomiting, and constipation. In addition, some dogs might have sensitive stomachs, and feeding them any human food could cause unpleasant GI symptoms.

      How many pieces of popcorn can a dog eat? ›

      McCarthy. Dr. Dimock agrees and says that a handful for a medium-large dog is plenty–and only use it as a treat or snack, not a part of their regular diet. So enjoy your next movie night guilt-free with your pup and a little bit of plain air-popped popcorn for a special treat.

      Why do dogs love popcorn? ›

      Dogs love popcorn because it crunches and tastes great. An occasional kernel from you is fine, but if you use it as a treat or reward it is best to offer it to him plain or seasoned with appropriate dog flavorings.

      Can dogs digest popcorn kernels? ›

      What If Your Dog Eats Popcorn Kernels? Unpopped popcorn kernels can be hazardous for your dog. They can get stuck in your dog's teeth and cause dental issues or they can cause choking problems and even an intestinal blockage. If your dog ate just one or two kernels—depending on your dog's size—they may be OK.

      Can popcorn upset dogs stomach? ›

      Popcorn can cause a host of issues in dogs when consumed, including allergic reactions and an upset stomach. While it likely won't cause a life-threatening reaction, corn is one of the most common food allergies in dogs and should be approached with caution.

      Can dogs have corn or popcorn? ›

      Generally, corn that is ground and cooked is easily digestible and a good source of energy, fiber, vitamins and minerals. And while plain popcorn is safe for dogs, steer clear of feeding them any unpopped kernels, as they can cause real damage to your dog's teeth, Dr. Evans says.

      What foods are toxic to dogs? ›

      Toxic food for dogs
      • Onions, garlic and chives. The onion family, whether dry, raw or cooked, is particularly toxic to dogs and can cause gastrointestinal irritation and red blood cell damage. ...
      • Chocolate. ...
      • Macadamia nuts. ...
      • Corn on the cob. ...
      • Avocado. ...
      • Artificial sweetener (Xylitol) ...
      • Alcohol. ...
      • Cooked bones.

      Can dogs eat peanut butter? ›

      Whether speaking to new or seasoned pet parents, veterinarians are often asked 'can dogs eat peanut butter? ' The good news is that regular peanut butter is safe to give your dog as a treat. Just make sure to avoid peanut butter with Xylitol, a sugar substitute found in lower or sugar-free products.

      Can dogs have cheese? ›

      Yes, dogs can eat cheese. In fact, cheese is often a great training tool, especially for puppies.

      Can dogs eat bacon? ›

      Bacon, bacon grease, ham, and fat trimmed off meat or bones contains a lot of salt and/or fat and at the least can cause indigestion, vomiting, and diarrhea in both dogs and cats. These foods can also cause pancreatitis, a serious, potentially deadly inflammation of the pancreas.

      Are bananas good for dogs? ›

      Yes, dogs can eat bananas. In moderation, bananas are a great low-calorie treat for dogs. They're high in potassium, vitamins, biotin, fiber, and copper. They are low in cholesterol and sodium, but because of their high sugar content, bananas should be given as a treat, not part of your dog's main diet.

      Can dogs eat eggs? ›

      Yes, dogs can eat eggs. Although it is not recommended to feed your dog eggs every day, they should not cause harm as the occasional treat. While eggs are full of nutrients, these are not necessary for your pet's diet as they will get everything they need from a high quality, complete dog food.

      Can dogs eat ice cream? ›

      Unfortunately, although it may be tempting to share your cone with your four-legged friend, it's best to avoid giving ice cream to dogs.

      Can dogs drink milk? ›

      Milk is a safe treat in small quantities. A few tablespoons of cow's milk or goat's milk on an occasional basis can be a nice reward for your dog. But, you should probably hold off on offering your dog an entire bowl in one sitting, as it can cause unpleasant reactions, including diarrhea, vomiting, and loose stools.

      Can dogs have potatoes? ›

      White potatoes belong to the nightshade family of vegetables, which includes tomatoes; like tomatoes, raw potatoes contain solanine, a compound that is toxic to some dogs. However, cooking a potato reduces the levels of solanine. If you do feed your dog a potato, it should be baked or boiled, with nothing added to it.

      Can dogs eat bread? ›

      Dogs can safely eat bread in much the same way as humans—in moderation. Plain white and wheat bread are generally safe for dogs to eat, provided they don't have any allergies, and it usually does not cause any stomach upset.

      Can dogs eat shrimp? ›

      Shrimp are also low in fat, calories, and carbohydrates, which makes them a good choice for dogs on a diet. However, shrimp are high in cholesterol. This means that while an occasional shrimp can be a healthy treat, too many can contribute to unhealthy cholesterol levels.

      Can dogs eat potato chips? ›

      It's not a good idea to share salty foods like chips or pretzels with your dog. Eating too much salt can make your dog seriously thirsty. That means a lot of trips to the fire hydrant and it could lead to sodium ion poisoning.

      Can dogs have cinnamon? ›

      The good news is that cinnamon is not toxic to dogs, though cinnamon essential oil can be toxic for pups. Your dog will not suffer fatal toxic effects from consuming too much cinnamon, but that does not necessarily mean you should be sprinkling it on kibble.

      Can dogs have pineapple? ›

      Yes. Raw pineapple, in small amounts, is an excellent snack for dogs. Canned pineapple, on the other hand, should be avoided. The syrup in canned fruits contains too much sugar for most dogs' digestive tracts to handle.

      Can dogs eat pizza? ›

      The bottom line is that you should never give pizza to your dog, whether as a meal or a treat. They might experience a slight stomach upset if they're sensitive to dairy, due to the excess fat, but overall in many cases dogs are fine.

      Can dogs eat pickles? ›

      In general, pickles are not toxic to dogs. They contain some nutritional health benefits, which in theory would make giving them to your pup perfectly fine. However, they are extremely high in sodium and contain ingredients that could be potentially harmful to a dog.

      Can dogs eat oatmeal? ›

      What's important to remember is that too much of any human food can be upsetting to a dog's stomach. Just because you're eating oatmeal daily for breakfast doesn't mean your dog should, too. Generally, you can feed your dog one tablespoon of cooked oatmeal for every 20 pounds of their weight.

      What foods must dogs never eat? ›

      10 Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat
      • Chocolate. Chocolate contains a very toxic substance called methylxanthines, which are stimulants that can stop a dog's metabolic process. ...
      • Avocados. ...
      • Onions and Garlic. ...
      • Grapes and Raisins. ...
      • Milk and other Dairy Products. ...
      • Macadamia Nuts. ...
      • Sugary foods and drinks. ...
      • Caffeine.

      What fruit is bad for dogs? ›

      Fruit. Steer clear of: Cherries are toxic to cats and dogs, and grapes and raisins can cause kidney damage. Citrus fruits like lemons, limes, and grapefruit as well as persimmons can cause an upset stomach.

      Can dogs have Cheerios as a treat? ›

      They won't harm your dog, but they don't provide much benefit either. Cheerios are made from mostly whole-grain oats, which provide no essential component of your pet's diet. As a result, mass-produced Cheerio treats function only as filler—they're just empty calories when dogs need a high-energy diet.

      Can dogs eat yogurt? ›

      Can most dogs eat yogurt? Yes, but that doesn't necessarily mean that they should. While yogurt is not toxic to dogs, many canines might have trouble digesting it because it contains lactose. And plenty of pups have trouble with foods that contain lactose, such as milk.

      Are carrots good for dogs? ›

      While some of the vegetables we love are unsafe to feed our dogs, carrots are a perfectly safe and nutritious treat for your dog.

      Can a dog eat scrambled eggs? ›

      Eggs should be cooked before given to a dog. Cook or boil eggs plain without oil, butter, salt, seasoning, spices, or other additives. It doesn't matter how your dog likes their eggs — sunny side up, scrambled, or hard boiled — as long as they are cooked.

      What Can dogs drink beside water? ›

      What Can Dogs Drink Besides Water?
      • Unsweetened Coconut Water. Unsweetened coconut water is safe for our canine friends to drink on occasion. ...
      • Unsalted Bone Broth. Unsalted bone broth is another safe liquid option for our canine companions. ...
      • Some Vegetable Or Fruit Juices. ...
      • Unsweetened Nut Milk.
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      Can dogs eat tuna? ›

      Don't fret too much if your dog manages to snag a small bit of tuna off your plate when you aren't looking. Tuna is not inherently toxic to dogs, and a tiny amount will not cause mercury poisoning. If you own both a dog and a cat, make sure your pup isn't eating the feline's food, as wet cat food often contains tuna.

      Why can't dogs eat turkey? ›

      The seasoning added to cooked turkey can irritate your dog's bowels and cause digestive issues, such as vomiting and diarrhea. Turkey is often seasoned with garlic and onions, both of which are toxic to dogs.

      Why can't dogs have mashed potatoes? ›

      The main problem with mashed potatoes and why they are “bad” for dogs, is that they are very starchy and packed full of carbohydrates and calories. That means it can be easy for your dog to eat too much, and all those extra carbs will quickly add up and lead to your pooch piling on the pounds.

      Can dogs eat french fries? ›

      Are French Fries Safe for Dogs? French fries—even saltless—simply aren't the best canine snack for a few reasons, says Thashia Reddy, DVM, a consulting veterinarian with Petcube Online Vet, a telehealth veterinary service. "They're typically high in fat and salt, which isn't good for dogs.

      Can dogs eat cucumbers? ›

      Cucumbers are perfectly safe for dogs to eat, and offer a low-calorie, crunchy snack that many dogs love. Cucumbers only contain about 8 calories per one-half cup of slices, compared to the 40 calories in a single medium biscuit, and are very low in sodium and fat.

      Can dogs eat lettuce? ›

      But can dogs eat lettuce? In general, yes. Lettuce of the romaine, arugula, and iceberg varieties do not contain ingredients that can really harm your dog. After all, lettuce is 90 percent water and is also a low-calorie snack that could be a good training treat for an overweight dog.

      Can dogs eat strawberries? ›

      It may be hard or confusing to figure out which fruits and vegetables are safe for your dog (here's a hint: grapes are definitely not safe), but yes, your best friend can have fresh strawberries. However, you should not feed your dog canned strawberries or strawberries in syrup. These are not good for your pet, at all.

      Is it good to crack an egg in dog food? ›

      Is it a good idea for my dog to eat a cracked raw egg over dog food? Yes, it is. It contains many beneficial components like protein, vitamins, and fatty and amino acids, making it a nutritional ingredient for homemade treats. But just as with any other good thing, moderation is key.

      Is Sweet Potato good for dogs? ›

      Sweet potato is a safe, healthy, and natural treat for dogs, offering a range of health benefits (and a sweet flavor they'll likely love). For example, sweet potatoes support a healthy digestive system thanks to their high dietary fiber content. They're also low in fat and contain essential vitamins like B6, C, and A.

      Can dogs eat rice? ›

      The answer is yes. Rice is an ingredient sometimes found in commercial dog foods. Many pet owners feed white rice to their sick dog. One of the reasons white rice is the chosen grain for a dog with an upset stomach is that it's easy to digest, quick to prepare, and low in fiber.

      Can dogs eat tomatoes? ›

      How to Safely Share Tomatoes with Dogs. While dogs can eat tomatoes, sharing too much with them can upset their stomach because of the acidity. Tomatoes are like any other treat—they should be consumed in moderation under supervision.

      Can dogs have oranges? ›

      Oranges, tangerines, and other citrus fruits are not toxic to dogs — but never feed them grapes or raisins. Oranges, tangerines, and clementines are not toxic to dogs (although not so great for cats, who may have an issue with citric acid).

      Can dogs eat watermelon? ›

      The answer is yes, with a couple of precautions. First, seeds could cause an intestinal blockage, so make sure you remove them. It's also a good idea to remove the rind because it can cause gastrointestinal upset. The benefits of watermelon for dogs?

      Can popcorn cause kidney failure in dogs? ›

      While a few pieces of buttered popcorn dropped on the floor aren't going to lead to kidney failure, it's best to avoid giving your dog too many high-sodium items. So, you should always avoid popcorn with added salt, butter, oil, other seasonings, and preservatives—and, let's face it, that's most kinds of popcorn.

      Can popcorn get stuck in dogs throat? ›

      The worst thing that can happen to your dog eating popcorn is if the kernel gets stuck in his throat and he will try and cough it up until it is out. Don't you try and help him get it out because you could push it further – if your dog is battling you need to take him to the vet.

      Is popcorn highly digestible? ›

      Popcorn is a nutritious, easy-to-digest food with plenty of fiber.

      Can popcorn cause pancreatitis in dogs? ›

      1. Pancreatitis or gastrointestinal upset in dogs that aren't used to popcorn or popcorn that contains seasonings and butter. Too much oil, fat, seasoning, and/or sugar can lead to gastrointestinal upset or pancreatitis.

      Should I be worried if my dog ate popcorn? ›

      Plain, air-popped popcorn is safe for dogs to eat in small quantities. Buttered popcorn or popcorn with other toppings is not safe for your dog on a regular basis, although eating a few dropped pieces here and there probably won't hurt them.

      What foods can harm dogs kidneys? ›

      Any cookies, cakes or other treats containing grapes or raisins should be kept well away from dogs. Grapes and raisins may cause severe liver damage or even kidney failure in dogs.

      Can saliva dissolve popcorn kernels? ›

      With popcorn comes hulls and the occasional inflamed gum. Ouch! The shape of the popcorn hull is perfect for sliding up and between your tooth and gum, and because popcorn hulls are not easily broken down by saliva (like other foods that might become lodged) the problem can become serious.

      What can I feed my dog with something stuck in his throat? ›

      Trauma to the inside of the mouth or throat can take many days to heal, and can also make it hard or painful for the dog to eat their regular food. Making the normal diet soft by running it through the blender with warm water may help. Your vet may dispense pain relief to help during the recovery period.

      Can dogs have ketchup? ›

      Dogs should not each ketchup; large amounts of ketchup are harmful to your dog's health because ketchups have added ingredients—like onion powder, garlic, salt, and sweeteners—that are dangerous to dogs.

      What is the easiest popcorn to digest? ›

      That said, popcorn that's called “hulless” is a great alternative if you're looking for something that's less irritating than the large, hard hulls common with regular popcorn. Hulless popcorn is easier to digest and doesn't stick in your braces or teeth like regular popcorn hulls do.

      What is the healthiest popcorn to eat? ›

      Air-popped popcorn is the healthiest type.

      Without a doubt, air-popped popcorn is the best type to nosh on. “It's low in calories, about 90 calories a cup and is fast and easy to make,” says Cohen.

      What is the healthiest way to eat popcorn? ›

      What's the healthiest way to eat popcorn? Air-popped popcorn doesn't use oil and is the healthiest way to enjoy the snack, according to Cleveland Clinic. Popping it on the stovetop using oil can be a way to add healthy fats to your diet, just opt for walnut, avocado, canola, or extra virgin olive oil.


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