The answer to that question is technically yes, most dogs can eat a few french fries on rare occasions and be fine; however, fries are very unhealthy for dogs and have no real nutritional value. While most dogs can eat some fries, they really shouldn't, and they'll be better off if you avoid giving them fries at all.
Can dogs eat frozen french fries?
French fries are a healthy treat in moderation if they are cooked correctly. They have essential vitamins and minerals that can help keep your pup's health on track, but they're also high in calories so it is important to make sure you don't feed them too often or give them more than the recommended serving size.
Are frozen potatoes bad for dogs?
No, frozen hash browns are no safer for dogs. Most frozen options you have sitting in your deep freeze have many seasonings and large amounts of salt (which is why salt has such a strong smell when cooking them).
Will a french fry hurt my dog?
“The basic principle is that you shouldn't feed your pet human foods, but foods such as French fries, hot dogs and hamburgers contain excessive amounts of salt and fat for your canine companions,” says Dr. Frederic Gaschen, a specialist in small animal internal medicine and professor at Louisiana State University.