yes never ever grapes -i'm a wine maker and i have to be careful especially during harvest/wine making season - and all year round as my dob follows me everywhere and i spend a lot of time in my wine cellar- as there are some died up grapes skins here and there from pressing/crushing the grapes - grapes are extremely harmful/toxic to dogs - a few people in my wine group there dogs got into grapes and were very very sick -one almost passed away from eating only 3 grapesGood question...
-Eggs. Mostly hardboiled
-Yogurt. Plain about a tablespoon
-Berries and fruit. No grapes or raisins
-Vegetables. Fresh or cooked. No onions
-Meat/poultry. raw or cooked
-Any table scraps that I deem appropriate.
I mix and rotate. Tonight, for example, McCoy got 1 hardboiled egg, 1/4 cup chicken broth, some baked yam and a few blueberries.
His base kibble is PPP Savor Salmon and Rice.
At breakfast he also gets fish oil 1200 mg and Vitamin E 180 mg (400 i.u.), both in soft gels.
McCoy gets add-ons at each meal. I have no idea if doing this is actually nutritionally beneficial. I am sure he would do just fine on his kibble alone. But I really like preparing his "feasts" and I guarantee he loves eating them! LOL
I will add one caveat: One must carefully take into consideration the additional calories when toppings are added to kibble.
Between meal add-ons, treats and occasional table scraps, those added calories can put on weight. It can really sneak up on you and your pup. I would say McCoy would normal get 2- 2 1/4 cups of his kibble 2X/day. With all I give him, his kibble amount has dropped to 1 3/4 cups 2x/day.
Also... What ever I add to my dogs' meals I do it gradually.