What can dogs eat from McDonald’s breakfast? Tips and Tricks

What can a dog have from McDonald’s?

Below is a selection of the what could be described as McDonald’s dog-friendly, with each of the item’s nutritional values and potential dangers to your dog listed.

What I have also done is explain how many calories are in each item and then crunched some numbers for you based on:

  • Dogs should only eat 25 calories for each pound they weigh each day.
  • Dogs should only have treats as 10% of their total daily food intake (the 90/10 rule).
  • This will help you to decide what a dog can have from McDonald’s if you really are certain this is something you want to feed your dog.

    What I then did was list the weights of two popular breeds, so you can then understand what you can order your dog from McDonald’s without compromising daily calorie limits.

  • Average French Bulldog is 25 pounds: Should eat no more than 625 calories daily.
  • Average Labrador is 70 pounds: Should eat no more than 1,750 calories daily.
  • But, to re-iterate, I would rather you didn’t let your dog eat anything from the McDonald’s menu. All of the data presented below on what a dog can have from McDonald’s is for informational purposes only.

    What food can I give my dog for breakfast?


  • Plain, low-fat Greek yogurt.
  • Mild cheeses, such as American.
  • Cooked white or sweet potatoes.
  • Cooked eggs, such as scrambled eggs.
  • Rotisserie chicken, skin and bones removed.
  • Cooked lean meat, such as chicken, beef, or turkey.
  • Cooked or raw fresh vegetables, such as carrots, corn, and broccoli.
  • Does scrambled egg stop diarrhea in dogs?

    Scrambled eggs are a good option for dogs with diarrhea because they are easy to digest and packed full of protein. Dogs who have been vomiting or eating stool may not be able to handle the high-fat content but scrambled egg is one of the best options out there.