Flaxseed is a natural remedy safe for treating a variety of ailments and afflictions in dogs. It contains a great many nutrients and minerals that benefit complete dog health inside and out. A licensed veterinarian can advise proper dosage and frequency, based on a dog's breed, size, age and health condition.
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Forms of Flaxseed
Ground flaxseed contains fiber, protein, flax hull lignans. The soluble, insoluble and mucilage flax fibers are gentle, healing and cleansing fibers contained within the flaxseed. When consumed, they aid in preventing digestive illnesses and enhance overall health. Flax hull lignans are powerful anti-inflammatories with antioxidant, antifungal and anti-cancer benefits. Flaxseed oil is also a source of omega-3 fatty acids, the good acids that reduce triglycerides and cholesterol and help to prevent blood clots.
Flaxseed long has been utilized for returning damaged skin and coats to normal, re-establishing normal thirst and urination, aiding in restoring weight and appetite and increasing energy levels. It also effectively reduces cortisol levels by naturally inhibiting the 3-beta-HSD enzyme. Supplements help to address issues with allergies, arthritis, kidney and heart disease.
Always check with your veterinarian before changing your pet’s diet, medication, or physical activity routines. This information is not a substitute for a vet’s opinion.