Those red, rusty tear stains are like blemishes on your sweet puppy’s face. Tear stains aren’t harmful to your pet, but they look unattractive and can emit an unpleasant odor. There are several products on the market claiming they can remove staining. Some may work, but not all of them are as safe as they claim. Not long ago, products using the antibiotic tylosin tartrate were taken off the market because they were not approved by the FDA for use on or around your pet’s eyes. Using coconut oil for pet tear stains is a safe and simple remedy you may not have heard of—until now!
It makes dishes more flavorful. It adds a fluffy twist to baked goods. It is also an excellent addition to bath and body routines. Oh, c’mon! With everything it can do, would you still ask why coconut oil has been such a buzz recently?
Well, now, we bet you want to fill your kitchen cabinets with this product. Thankfully, Coco Treasure heard your prayers. That is why we’ve decided to launch our Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil on Amazon!
From its benefits to the skin, medicinal perks, to its uses in the kitchen, we have heard a lot of good things about coconut oil. Trust us, it’s not just a crazy fad. It’s the truth. But the question is, have you tried using it first hand?
Well, if yes, then good for you. If not, there’s nothing to worry about. We’ve come up with this compilation for you to be able to put to good use this wonder ingredient.
You know it’s delicious and good for you, but using unrefined organic extra virgin coconut oil for dogs is also a great idea. The Medium Chain Triglycerides that help humans lose weight, increase energy levels, improve digestion and strengthen the immune system do the same things for man’s best friend. Use a dab of virgin coconut oil while brushing, and your dog’s coat with a gleam like the most pampered show dog. Rub a little on itchy hot spots or minor wounds to protect your pet from infection. As useful as natural coconut oil is for the outside of your furry pal, the best benefits come from eating the oil on a regular basis. The same is true for humans!
Benefits of Coconut Oil for Dogs
If you don’t think your dog will like eating extra virgin coconut oil, just give it a try. When given the chance most dogs will, literally, lap it up! If your pooch is picky, try mixing a bit in his favorite kibble. A general rule of paw is to start small dogs (20 lbs and under) with a ½ teaspoon a day, medium dogs with 1 teaspoon and large dogs with 2 teaspoons. Ask your vet if you’re concerned about a specific dosage. Coconut oil is just as safe for dogs to ingest as it is for humans, but any major change in diet can upset a canine’s tummy. For that reason, it’s best to start with a small amount and gradually increase to a bigger dose if desired.
Using pure coconut oil for dogs offers many benefits:
- Relieves itchy skin and improves conditions such as flea dermatitis and eczema
- Improves bad breath
- Disinfects wounds and speeds healing
- Improves nutrient absorption
- Helps with some digestive disorders such and colitis and canine IBS
- Strengthens the immune system
- Regulates insulin
- Promotes thyroid function
- Helps with weight loss
- May improve arthritis conditions
There may be other oils on the market that promise to maintain your dog’s health, but few are as versatile or as sustainable to produce as coconut oil. When selecting, avoid any products with potentially toxic additives or unnecessary flavorings. Choose a high-quality, organic cold pressed oil like Coco Treasure Certified Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil.
We’ve also scoured the internet and came across this fairly informative post about the extensive list of coconut oil benefits for dogs (all 29 of them, believe it or not) – so give that resource a read if you’re looking to learn more about what this miracle ingredient can do for your pooch.
In that article, Ultimate Home Life recommend that you only stick to virgin coconut oil for maximum health and wellness benefits, and this is exactly what you’ll be getting with our Coco Treasure Certified Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil.
As for now, we’ll leave you with this infographic that sums up the 29 main benefits that coconut oil has to offer your dog, just in case any of you out there reading this are still “on the fence” about giving coconut oil a try with your furry buddy.