Don't have time to mix up a beverage?
On the go or traveling?
Then these probiotic cookies are the answer to keeping your fur baby happy and healthy AND they taste great.
Ingredients: condensed cultured skim milk, yogurt, maize corn flour, and flavours.
Hot Cross Bun- Added Apple and cinnamon
Apple - are a rich source of calcium, antioxidants, vitamins A, K and C, fiber, phosphorous, essential fatty acids, and pectin. It prevents joint and bone diseases and improves their gastrointestinal system. The essential fatty acids such as Omega-3 and Omega-6 help enhance the quality of your dog’s skin, keep their coat shiny and prevent skin allergies. And because apples are rich in dietary fibers, it helps improve your dog’s bowel movement. Vitamins A and C and antioxidants, it helps prevent various illnesses as they grow old. Some experts believe that these vitamins can help with hip dysplasia. Apples are low in calories, saturated fat, and sodium.
Cinnamon - May Improve heart health A study published in the Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances shows that consuming cinnamon can improve a dog’s heart performance. Researchers concluded that a positive change in blood pressure may be the result of decreased vascular resistance, which enables blood to push through the circulatory system and create better blood flow. Reduces Inflammation One of the most well-known benefits of cinnamon for dogs is its anti-inflammatory effects. By reducing inflammation, cinnamon may help relieve a number of conditions, including heart disease and cancer. Plus, cinnamon can be used to help ease pain caused by inflammation, lower swelling and soothe muscle soreness. Boosts Brain Function Cinnamon is rich in powerful antioxidants that work to defend humans and animals against neurological disorders. Consuming cinnamon has been shown to protect brain neurons against oxidative stress that cause early aging and cellular damage. Improves Immunity Cinnamon has antimicrobial, antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal effects. Consuming cinnamon daily helps boost immune function by fighting infections naturally. Boosts Oral Hygiene Cinnamon has antibacterial properties, which makes it a great way to improve your dog’s breath and help fight tooth decay, mouth infections, mouth sores and other dental problems. Stabilizes Blood Sugar Levels
Eating cinnamon can benefit your dog because the spice has anti-diabetic effects. It’s known to lower blood sugar levels and improve sensitivity to insulin. It does this by blocking the activity of several digestive enzymes, thereby slowing the absorption of sugar in the bloodstream after a meal high in carbohydrates. If your dog is suffering from diabetes, talk to your veterinarian about adding cinnamon to your pet’s diet for its therapeutic effects.
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