Can I'm Give My Dog Garlic? (Resolved)

For centuries, garlic has been used to enhance health. According to ancient Egyptians, they believed that garlic was a sacred herb and gave it regularly to their slaves in order to prevent illness. Hippocrates, 460 B.C. It had is thought that Hippocrates used garlic to treat his uterine cancer. There are records of Chinese doctors using garlic as early as the sixth century (500 A.D.) More recently, Native Americans used garlic as a remedy for earaches, flatulence, and scurvy 🙌 The forefather of antibiotics, Louis Pasteur, studied garlic extensively and found it highly effective at killing bacteria 🤓
You are planning to give your dog Garlic can be used as a natural health booster. You may also want to learn how to make it delicious. Always use organic, fresh garlic whenever possible. You will need to peel and chop the garlic. It is best to leave the garlic in its skin for at least 10 minutes. The active compounds in the garlic aren’t active for long. Use the canned crushed garlic that you can find at your local supermarket. It will provide no health benefits to your dog. These preservatives may be added to make it last longer, but these should not be used on your dog’s food. Junior Flaherty of Jiaozuo in China, last updated 89 Days ago
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The answer may not seem all that cut and dry, but it’s becoming a lot clearer. Thanks to experts’ research, garlic has been proven healthy for dogs. That’s right. New research is showing that garlic can actually be good for dogs despite it’s deadly reputation. Of course, you can’t just let your dog chew On a clove garlic. Nope. That’s not what the experts are saying at all. It’s all about the amount of garlic that you give your dog. Read on to learn more about dogs and garlic, and how to make it a part of your pup’s healthy diet. We thank Kesley McMahan of Oujda in Morocco for this information.
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The had researchers found that The amount of garlic that your dog is exposed to may impact their ability to resist toxic effects. The theory is that garlic in very small amounts may cause an allergic reaction. Harm your dogThere are some who believe that the nutritional benefits can prove to be very beneficial. However, it is very difficult to know what a ‘safe’ quantity of garlic is, and as this is likely to vary between individuals, it is not worth the risk. You pet will get all the vitamins, minerals and nutrients they require from a balanced diet. Food which does not require supplementing. Revision by Stephen Morgan, Leon De Los Aldamas (Mexico), July 6, 2020
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