While most dogs can safely eat corn, there are a few things to keep in mind.
First of all, corn on the cob can be a choking hazard, so it's best to avoid giving your dog whole ears of corn.
Secondly, corn is a high-fiber food, so it can cause digestive issues if your dog eats too much of it.
Finally, some dogs are allergic to corn, so it's always best to talk to your vet before giving your dog any new food.
If you do decide to give your dog corn, make sure it is cooked and cut into small pieces. You can also give your dog corn off the cob in small amounts.
Just be sure to supervise your dog while they're eating, and if they start to have any digestive issues, stop giving them corn and talk to your vet.