Did you know that herbs can help your pet dogs transition to raw pet food?
This is something that has been proven and tested by researchers around the country, and these herbs are healthy and can contribute to your pets’ overall wellbeing.
Here at Houston Raw Pet Food, we’re passionate about all things pets and raw food, this is why we’re giving you five different herbs that can help your dogs transition to raw pet food.
Fennel seeds are herbs that can help with your pets’ gas and bloating. Plus, these seeds can help build your dog’s lost appetite.
2. Milk Thistle
Milk thistle can help support your dog’s damaged cells and a healthier liver function while preventing them from having pancreatitis. These herbs also contain antioxidants that can combat any toxins caused by processed pet food.
Chamomile is one of the classic teas that humans love to enjoy, but did you know that this is an herb that can help with your pets’ bloating and nervous system?
4. Marshmallow Root
Another great herb to keep around your home is none other than marshmallow root. These herbs can help with your pets’ heartburn, constipation, diarrhea, and digestive inflammation. While marshmallow root is safe for dogs, you should stick to giving them these herbs in small dosages.
We know peppermint to be a signature winter flavor, but this herb can also soothe a dog’s upset stomach while reducing gas and nausea. It’s best to feed your pets peppermint before any trip as they can help combat travel sickness.
There are so many herbs that you can also use to help your dogs transition to raw dog food, but these five are the top ones on our list.
If you want to know more about these herbs, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team for more information on what herbs you can and cannot give your pets – remember that we’re always here to help.
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