The Secret To A Sleek Glossy Coat For Your Dog
Ever wanted to know the secret behind getting a super sleek, glossy coat for your dog as well as fresh breath?
We have the answer and it is really simple…..
You don’t have to spend hours and hours brushing your dog with a special brush that is only made from a certain tree in Brazil and you don’t have to feed your dog a special herb that you can only get from a remote island of the coast of Africa.
So let me tell you first what this amazing product does:
- Helps aid digestion
- Helps prevents infections
- Can balance metabolism rate to keep weight under control
- Helps ward off fleas
- Reduces/eliminates bad breath
- Helps with arthritis or ligament problems
- Makes coats sleek and glossy
And your thinking well what is it? The answer is……
Yep, coconut oil. It can be given to your dog internally by putting the oil in their food or applied externally by rubbing or brushing it through their fur.
It is recommended that you give a teaspoon of oil per ten pounds or a tablespoon per 30 pounds when adding the oil to the food.
The fat in virgin coconut oil is largely made up of medium-chain fatty acids (MCFA). This type of saturated fat is easily metabolized and turned into energy. There are two types of coconut oil, refined and unrefined. Refined usually is tasteless, because it is refined to the point that you are able to fry with it or bake with it without imparting any coconut flavor or taste into your food. However, the refining process may include harsh solvents and chemicals. If possible, look for a slightly more expensive brand that uses a chemical-free cleaning process. On the other hand, unrefined coconut oil is typically virgin and extra virgin, and similar to olive oil—the oil comes from the first pressing of fresh, raw coconut. There are pesticide-free organic brands as well. With so many choices and price points, reading the labels closely is highly recommended. – See more at: www.lifeanddog.com
Do you already give your dog coconut oil? What changes have you seen in your dog?
Or do you think that you will start giving your dog coconut oil now? We would love to know your thoughts.