I am sure you have heard of it using apple cider vinegar from natural remedies people, but have you heard of its use for your dog’s health? Apple cider vinegar can help against digestive, gas, constipation, bladder stones and urinary tract infections. It is used to repel insects such as mosquitoes, fleas and ticks. It can relieve skin condition and even eliminate skull odor.
Many herbalists recommend using vinegar. In order to benefit from naturally occurring enzymes, it is recommended to buy cold-pressed, organically grown whole apples.
Apple Cider Vinegar in its natural form is a natural antibiotic, antiseptic and deodorant. This helps to remove the tooth ligaments; prevents tooth decay and hair loss (even mange), prevents and cures gum disease.
Have I already listed enough benefits of using apple cider vinegar?
There are many others the benefits of using apple cider vinegar. It is known to reduce common infections, ease distraction, improve endurance, prevent post-workout muscle fatigue, increase disease resistance and prevent food poisoning. Cider vinegar is rich in vitamins, minerals and trace elements in apples, especially potassium; It normalizes acid levels in the stomach, improves digestion and nutrient uptake, reduces intestinal gas and fecal odors, helps cure constipation, relieves some of the symptoms of arthritis and helps prevent bladder stones and urinary tract infections.
You can Add apple cider vinegar every day to keep it healthy. Pour into food or water. You may need to gradually increase the amount. Start with a few drops and slowly increase each day until you reach the recommended daily dose given below.
Approximate recommended amounts:
1 tsp – for dogs up to 14 lbs
2 teaspoons – average dogs 15 to 34 pounds
1 tbsp – Large dogs 35 to 84 pounds
When mixed with your dog’s food or water, apple cider vinegar will restore the acid / alkaline balance of its digestive tract and get rid of brown spots on the lawn. Correct PH balance also helps prevent fleas, black flies, ticks and other external parasites. Your dog will have less chance of catching a ringworm, staph infections, streptococcus and mange. If your dog already has these problems, scrub your dog’s skin with equal amounts of apple cider vinegar and the same amount of warm water. If you prefer, you can use this mixture in a spray bottle to thoroughly wet your dog.
Do not use apple cider vinegar if your dog is sensitive or allergic to yeast or if he has a chronic yeast infection. Also, do not give to dogs with irritated bowels.