A beneficial healing herb perhaps better known for its culinary uses, thyme can aid digestion in dogs, as well as offering anti-bacterial and other medicinal . . .
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Cayenne pepper is good for the heart and beneficial for the digestive system of your dog. It can also be useful for dogs suffering from the effects of . . .
Mint can help freshen a dog’s breath, act as a natural decongestant and help sooth and calm nervous or anxious dogs. It’s also a good digestive calmant for any . . .
Fennel has many benefits for ours dogs – it’s ideal for any dog looking to shed a few pounds, for bad breath, for digestive troubles and it’s even used as a . . .
Nutrient-rich kelp can help improve the overall health of your dog. It helps improve a dog’s skin and coat, can reduce itchiness, improve thyroid function . . .
Despite its name and its more traditional use, catnip is not just beneficial to cats. But while it acts as a stimulant for cats, it has the reverse effect . . .
Ground black pepper contains moderate amounts of vitamin K, iron, manganese and piperine. Piperine increases a dog’s ability to absorb selenium . . .
With diuretic, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, goldenrod is useful in maintaining healthy kidney and bladder function in dogs, can aid . . .
Despite the fact that most people consider it a weed, broadleaf plantain is actually one of the world’s most abundant medicinal plants, traditionally . . .
Meadowsweet is a perfectly natural and safe herb for dogs, offering pain relief naturally, without the potential side effects of commercial drugs . . .
Flax seeds provide your dog with cardiovascular benefits, improved digestive health and immune system protection, together with anti-inflammatory . . .
Cleavers are recommended for dogs by many holistic vets. In fact a great many dogs like cleavers so much, they actually pick and eat them themselves . . .
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