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Simply put, oats are nutritious. Compared to other types of cereal grains, oats are relatively high in protein and fat. Protein quality is also high in oats, meaning that that it can be digested and used by the body and provides a good balance of amino acids. Oats also contain a lot of fiber, antioxidants, and vitamins and minerals (including vitamin E, B vitamins, zinc, iron, and selenium), all of which play an important role in maintaining or improving health.

Oats can be a good source of nutrition for pets who have a dietary sensitivity to gluten. Oats that have not been contaminated with grains like wheat, barley, or rye contain no gluten. Also, oats do not currently undergo any genetic engineering or modification.

Coconut Oil


Organic coconut oil is easily digested and can boost your dog’s metabolism. It also contains valuable lauric acid (which has antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-fungal properties), fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Including coconut oil in your dog’s diet or applying it to his or her skin has many health benefits, including:

1. Improvements to skin and coat. If you can judge a book by its cover, a dog’s skin and coat give clues about his or her general health. Coconut oil can help clear up eczema by treating yeast and fungal infections. You can see results from putting coconut oil in your dog’s food, but to clear obvious conditions, apply the oil right to the skin.

2. Aids in parasite control. Fleas and tick bites can advance to flea allergy dermatitis in dogs. This allergic skin disorder occurs in dogs that are very sensitive to flea saliva, and torments dogs by creating an itchy, painful condition. Coconut oil helps to strengthen the skin and also aids in repelling fleas.

3. Soothes stings and bites. Topical application of coconut oil will take the “sting” out of bee attacks, spider bites, and other irritations. The substance aids in cell regeneration, which assists with the healing process.

4. Aids with weight loss. The benefits of feeding coconut oil to dogs go deep below the skin. This super food supports the thyroid gland that provides energy and aids in mood control. The result is an improved activity level and maintenance of a healthy weight.

5. Promotes instant energy. Coconut oil provides your dog with the energy needed to take on challenging activities. Give your dog a boost before jogging, hiking, herding, field work, agility training, or obedience work.

6. Improves digestion. Research has shown that coconut oil can improve a dog’s digestion and help control conditions such as colitis and IBD (inflammatory bowel disease). Repair of these digestive disorders has a positive effect on energy, muscle building, and breath.

7. Disease control. Coconut oil’s healing properties have been shown to help balance insulin levels to control diabetes, reduce the impact of arthritis and joint disease, and improve the immune system’s ability to fight infection.



Urinary Health

Oils found in pumpkin seeds and flesh is believed to support urinary health. Dogs with urinary incontinence, in particular, may benefit from a little pumpkin in their diet. Your dog will thank you for this yummy snack, too!

Digestive Health

Canned natural pumpkin is a great source of fiber and helps with digestive regularity. If your dog is experiencing constipation or diarrhea, mix a tablespoon of pumpkin straight from the can into their normal food. Not only will they love the taste of pumpkin but it may also ease stomach issues.

Weight Management 

Is your dog overweight or obese? Ask your veterinarian if replacing a portion of your dog's regular diet with canned pumpkin — which is low in calories — will help your pooch trim the waistline.



1. Cinnamon

Cinnamon contains antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and can help to counteract the effects of diabetes. Cinnamon also helps reduce the aflatoxins found in store-bought food. (Aflatoxins are fungi that grow on crown and other crops.) Cinnamon also helps improve bad breath. You might sprinkle a small amount (less than a teaspoon) of cinnamon on top of your dog’s food occasionally. Spritz this pet safe cinnamon cologne on your dog after a good grooming session or on her bed for an aromatherapy boost or try a cinnamon and lamb training treat for an antioxidant boost.

2. Ginger

Ginger root is another flavorful agent that contains anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. It can provide a boost to the digestive system and soothe nausea, as well as improve circulation. Fresh ginger is quite strong, so you might use dried or ground ginger. Ginger infused pill pouches are a cool product for dogs with upset tummies, and who doesn’t like the sound of a gingerbread biscuit?

3. Parsley

Parsley contains healthy antioxidants, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It helps improve organ function, flush toxins from the body, and improve bad breath. And it can be easily grown in most parts of the U.S. these fancy cookies combine the power of parsley, mint and gingerbread into one super-treat. These Dent care dental chews harness the powers of mint and parsley to help fight doggie breath.

4. Turmeric

Turmeric, which comes from a root (like ginger), provides a boost to the metabolism and helps accelerate weight loss. It provides benefits for cardiovascular, joint, and brain health. Turmeric can provide some relief from arthritis, and has been used to protect against cancer and anemia. A turmeric supplement especially designed for dogs is a great way to try these healing benefits.