Turmeric for dogs recipe. Sweet potato and turmeric treats!

Top 10 reasons why turmeric should be in your dog’s health and longevity program:
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Turmeric is something which I have looked into at great detail for my own personal use and have added to my own for many years. However I have only recently started supplementing this into my dogs diet after reading a number of articles and K9 research papers written by various Holistic Vets and University Scientists.
There are obviously some drawbacks of using turmeric for dogs and they are as follows:
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Toxins fill the environment, and they don't just harm you. They can harm your dog, too. Some toxins are even found in canine-specific foods, like bags of commercial dog food that companies sell for top dollar. Turmeric can be used to help eliminate those toxins from your dog's system and keep his body healthy. 20 Best Health Benefits of Turmeric for Dogs (#1 Top Dogs Healthy Herbs and Food)
Photo provided by FlickrAscertain the dose of turmeric to suit your dog’s weight. Use the table above to find out how much you can add and then give to your dog.
Photo provided by FlickrThe owner started the dog on turmeric and black pepper. The dog was given 1/8-14 teaspoon full of both per 10 pounds of the dogs weight.
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What we eat and put into our bodies is a huge part of the holistic lifestyle and holistic healing. The belief is that through healthy habits and natural, preventative care, ailments will be avoided or minimized. We can extend many of our holistic practices and treatments to our pets. The use of turmeric as a dietary supplement is a practice that is as good for our dogs as it is for us.Turmeric is used in some commercially available dog foods and treats. It appears in almost 5% of dog foods, although I notice that many of these occurrences are in foods falling under the Blue Buffalo brand. In my opinion, this spice should be much more prevalent due to its myriad benefits and the fact that it can act as a flavor enhancer as well. When we launch our dog food brand, you can bet it will be part of our recipes! That said, because it is a spice, turmeric is easy to add to any food. Keep a spice shaker full of turmeric handy, and sprinkle a dab into the food bowl before each of your dog’s meals.e've talked about the main benefits of turmeric that apply to humans and dogs alike. After looking at several sources, including and , I've compiled what I think is a fairly decent list of the benefits turmeric brings to the canine variety (and to us):It really only takes a little heat from cooking to help open up turmeric’s benefits to the body (makes sense, right?). Heat up that coconut oil on medium low, sprinkle in the turmeric and freshly ground black pepper, and you’re good to go. Mix it in with your dog’s food as is, or if you want to give your dog an extra treat, add in some veggies to the cooking pan and your pup will have a nice little side dish to his usual meal. Our mouths are watering. Is that an 1/8 tsp (per 10lbs of dog's weight) of the turmeric powder alone? Should I add it to a tsp of coconut oil and grind a bit of pepper into it? Thanks Turmeric and its bioactive ingredient curcumin are broad spectrum anti-microbial agents. They inhibit the growth of infections caused by different microbes in humans and are likely to use the same mechanism of action in microbial infections in dogs too.