South Bark'S Blueberry Facial 12Oz
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This mineral may help your dog's joints remain supple and fight off osteoporosis, and arthritis as the dog ages. Silicon also promotes healthy growth of hair, nails, and skin. 3. Vitamin A for eye health
Blueberries are one of the few berries that have been studied and tested with dogs, and have been shown to be safe and even improve their health. Feeding these to dogs have no side effects, provided that you do so in moderation and monitor your canine.Blueberries are good for dogs because of the high amount of nutrients and antioxidants they provide.
Blueberry puree: I've never done this but you just blend a bunch of blueberries for food topping throughout the week. Every day put a tiny spoon of blueberry mash on top of their meal. What the hell is a blueberry facial? For humans, it usually uses the blueberry for it’s anti-oxidant purposes, combined with an exfoliating acid to slough off dead skin cells, leaving you with brighter looking skin. But for dogs, it’s (obviously) different. Because dogs have fur. I mean they have skin but in most breeds you can’t see it and therefore getting them a more even skin texture is pointless, right?Devore, E. E., Kang, J. H., Breteler, M. M. B. and Grodstein, F. (2012), Dietary intakes of berries and flavonoids in relation to cognitive decline. Ann Neurol., 72: 135–143. doi:10.1002/ana.23594 If you want to try developing your own recipe at home to pamper your pup, this is a simple and fun alternative to buying pre-existing products. Similar to many other berries we've already covered, blueberries can improve both human and animal health when given in moderation.