Rosemary is high in iron, vitamin B6, calcium and has been shown to be a strong antioxidant. Adding rosemary or a rosemary supplement to your dog’s is an excellent way to add in some natural herbs that will benefit your dog’s health and spice up their meals.
Although Biotin deficiency is extremely rare in dogs, but if you notice your dog has very poor skin and fur you might want to consider adding a Biotin supplement to your dog’s food. You don’t need to have a Biotin deficient dog to see the results from the supplement, either. It’s effects are often strong enough to see in healthy dogs that just have dry, itchy skin. It can taste very bitter, so sometimes opening the powdered capsules and sprinkling them around your dog’s food will help them eat it.
Coconut oils is becoming more and more popular among dog owners and rightfully so – it’s full of benefits! It has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and antiviral properties which truly benefits your dog’s entire health. Coconut oil has been shown to improve skin conditions, aid in digestion and even help control and prevent diabetes. If you’re going to pick a supplement, coconut oil is an excellent choice.