Today, little zoom on a product I started using on myself about 4 years ago : apple cider vinegar.
I recently discovered that he was also very good for our doggies.
Here is a summary of what we can do to help our dogs with apple cider vinegar.
Apple cider vinegar is an excellent product that every dog owner must have. It helps to preserve the health, eliminate pests and contributes to the well-being of dogs. The apple cider vinegar is not expensive and is effective, making it a solution to try for any problems detailed in this article.
Apple cider vinegar is a product that is full of minerals and essential vitamins, including magnesium, potassium and iron.
Many people use it every day because these properties improve digestion, are useful in baking, make a good cleanser and are generally excellent for health.
The best cider vinegar is fermented but not filtered because it contains the “mother” (a filamentous deposit) which is the part that contains the most enzymes and minerals.
Do not worry about your dog not liking it. It certainly has a strong smell but you will not have to force your dog to swallow it because the instructions in this article advice adding it to water or food for your pet.
Apple cider vinegar helps to keep your dog healthy. Included regularly in your dog’s meal helps prevent rashes, irritations, cavities, infections and traces the flow of tears. The best way to administer the cider vinegar is well diluted in water or on the dog’s food and give it once the dog has already eaten (to avoid digestion problems). A tablespoonful of vinegar included in your dog’s meals 2 to 3 times per week should be enough as a preventive measure.
Use apple cider vinegar to help your dog’s digestion. Add a large spoonful of vinegar in a large bowl of water your dog drinks every day. This will increase the appetite of your pet and help balance its pH levels. This miracle product will also help calm diarrhea episodes and may even solve constipation problems, if used on regular basis.
Use it also to get rid of your dog’s fleas. To do this, give your dog a bath using a traditional dog shampoo. Then rinse with cider vinegar (cut with water if necessary). Apply it all over the body and massage so that it penetrates the hair.
Shampoo suffocating fleas and the vinegar will make the fleas jump away because they do not stand the smell or taste. (Be careful if you dog has little bobos, avoid applying the vinegar as it may hurt him).
Improve the quality of the skin and hair of your dog with the apple cider vinegar. Dry or irritated skin benefit from vinegar applied directly. Brush your dog for the vinegar to penetrate the hair, this will not only give luster to the fur of your pet but also act as a deodorant! To improve the condition of skin, add one tablespoon daily (or few times a week) in the water bowl of your pooch.
Clean your dog’s ears with cider vinegar. Its antibacterial properties make it ideal. Soak a small cotton ball or a piece of clean cloth with vinegar (or vinegar and water, if irritated ears) and wipe the inside of the ears as delicately as possible.
When you buy some apple cider vinegar, try to get an organic one.
I hope you enjoyed this article and it will help you take care of your pet naturally.
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