Boosting Your Dog’s Immune System by Giving Him Herbal Supplements

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Supplements are generally for humans, but your dog has an immune system also, so, the same principle applies. They get colds, they get rundown, and all the feelings we have whenever we need a boost of supplements in our bodies, and they do also.

Herbal supplements are everywhere; they can be had from your general store, your pharmacy, your drug store or in the health food store. What to give your dog, now that is the question? Some dogs may have an allergic reaction to certain foods as we do, so the same applies to your dog.

Natural foods that you eat can help to boost your dog’s immune system. He needs Vitamins A, C and E; he needs minerals like Zinc that can also boost his immune system. Natural foods when eaten in right proportions, can supply your dog with these nutrients. He can have carrots, potatoes, bananas, barley, apples, watercress, mangoes, for protein as they are carnivores he can have fish, ground beef, and chicken.

If you make your own dog food, then adding these ingredients to his diet will be easy. You can monitor his intake. If you feed him commercial dog foods, then you need to read the ingredients label carefully to see if there are any supplements in them. There are commercial formulated herbal supplements you can give your dog also; there is Echinacea which many people use to enhance their immune system. This is good for his immune system also. There is Ginseng which will help to nourish the blood and to help in flushing out any toxins there maybe. It also works as an energy booster.

Lots of water is always recommended for anyone, so this is always a good part of your dogs’ diet. Swimming and lots of exercise will also help to maintain your dogs’ well being. They like to be kept active so the more exercise the better. This will help in lots of ways to improve the relationship between you and your dog. They do get depressed at times, so maintaining a healthy relationship will do you and your dog good.

Regular visits to his veterinarian must be a part of his routine. He needs to see the vet as there maybe things you may not easily pick up on where your dogs well being is concerned. The vet will be able to tell you what to do, and how to take care of your dog if or when he needs attention. The rule of thumb is; the same treatment you would give yourself where your nutritional health is concerned, the same thing, goes for your dog.

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