We all know the common saying “Health is Wealth”. So as we invest for assets like house, cars, diamonds and gold we should also invest in our health. As without it we are simply immobile. Now think about your dog. They are the closest to you than anyone else out there. It’s time you think about your best pal and give him a good diet. Well you can give him anything you want but here we want to discuss about five ingredients which we can provide to our dogs and allow him a healthy and playful life with us. Let’s roll.

The first thing that comes to my list is:

Chicken Feet:

Chicken feet are filled with natural glucosamine. Chicken feet make a yummy crunchy snack or can be part of your dog’s meal. Of course it very easy to find and inexpensive. Your dog would love to chew the chicken feet and also be healthy.

Coconut Oil:

Coconut oil by nature has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties.  Coconut oil consists of 64% Medium Chain Fatty acids. The Medium Chain Fatty Acids are 48% lauric acid, 8% caprylic acid and 7% capric acid, plus myristic and palmitic acids. So the auricacid,caprice acid and caprylic acid has the antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. Also the Medium Chain Fatty Acids present in coconut oil helps balance thyroid and also benefits dogs lose weight. The coconut oil also helps dogs to improve their digestion and also protect their skins from any allergic reactions.

Coconut oil for dogs are very helpful the skins. The oil clears up skin conditions like eczema, flea allergies, contact dermatitis and itchy skins. Coconut oil is also known to reduce allergic reactions and also improves skin health.

Regular coconut oils in dog’s diet can result in better bones and structure development. Stronger bones mean more strength in your dogs. Your dog can play, jump and play around much better with stronger bones. Coconut oil is also known to ease inflammation and can help with arthritis discomforts.

Coconut oil improves digestion and also gives the body the opportunity to absorb nutrients better from food. Dogs given regular coconut oils don’t have bad breaths. Also coconut oil kills parasites in dog’s stomach. So in a way keeping the dog healthy and free from all kinds of stomach borne illness and diseases. A healthy digestive system means a healthy dog.

Coconut oils proved to be a best suited for dogs because of its so many advantages and benefits. It starts with antibacterial treatment to a better looking skin, provides faster healing to cuts and wounds and also reducing allergic reactions.  Coconut oil given to dogs allows for a better immune system, stronger bones and nerve capabilities. Regular intakes for dogs can also result in better immune system and so giving you dog freedom to play, run and jump over to you or go out for a walk with you wherever you are free.


Yes as we all know eggs are the best source of proteins. So it’s a must in my top five lists of ingredients.  It’s also has fat with many minerals like vitamin A, riboflavin, folate, vitamin B12, iron, selenium and fatty acids. It’s wise not to give the dogs the shell as the shell contains far more calcium than your dog requires. Of course anything excess in amount for the body also results in side effects.

Raw eggs are the best form of eggs for your dogs as they don’t have issues with the bacteria present in raw eggs. You can also give soft cooked, scrambled eggs to your dogs for the change of taste. Surely your dog will welcome the change. The best part about eggs is its easy to find and are inexpensive.

Dog's DietYogurt:  

This is another food in the diet list that is easy to find and in inexpensive. You should select the ones that are non-fat and plain without any flavors as your dog doesn’t need the excess sugar present in a flavored yogurt.

Yogurt contains probiotics bacteria which mean helpful bacteria. These probiotics bacteria are helpful for all dogs specially for dogs which have digestive issues.

Shrimp Shells:

Shellfish shells are a source of glucosamine for dogs and if you can buy wild shrimp with the shells on, you can feed them to your dog. But the problems with shrimps are that they are mostly farm raised and may contain pesticides and antibiotics. You don’t want to get your dog fall sick in search of seeking glucosamine.

Fruits and Veggies Yes Green is good we all know that for a fact. Melons, apples and bananas can be good for you dogs. Vegetables like carrots, frozen peas can be great snack for your dog in the evening.  Green vegetables can have boiled and served to your pet for a change in taste.

Non-starchy vegetables can also be included in your dog’s meals to increase the quantity you feed. Cruciferous veggies, such as broccoli, are especially nutritious but too much can lead to severe stomach gas problems.

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