So many people know about the benefits of turmeric and use it every day to stay healthy and fit. This commonly used spice also easy to find at any grocery or big box store. Turmeric is also helpful for canine health and well being, as well as human health.
Due to providing treatment without side effects, it is also helpful to cure many diseases for dogs. So, if you do not know how turmeric is helpful for your dog, here are five reasons for why you should add turmeric to your dog’s diet.
Why should you be using turmeric for dogs?
Turmeric is also known as Indian saffron or Nisha. There are so many reasons why turmeric is a great addition to your dog’s diet, but we’re going to discuss the top five reasons in this blog.
Benefits for Dogs
Turmeric is famous for its anti-inflammatory nature and because of this many of us use it as the best home remedy to get rid of pain and discomfort. It is not only used as a pain relief but also helps to treat so many health issues like:
o Liver Problems
o Dental Issues
o Kidney Problems
o Heart Disease
Not all health issues are resolved by it, but rather the body’s response to bacteria, toxins, and trauma. If your dog suffers from trauma, blood flow, or any injury then turmeric might help.
Not only this, but turmeric also helps to increase white blood cells to a specific area that is inflamed. At the initial stage, Inflammation is described by increased temperature, pain, and loss of function, redness, and/or swelling. But you can help this by administering turmeric which acts as an anti-inflammatory drug.
Use as pain relief
Just like with humans, turmeric also helps to relieve pain and discomfort. If your dog is suffering from pain or discomfort, then you can talk to your vet and ask about adding turmeric in their diet. As per the research, after consuming turmeric it helps to reduce the pain without any side effects in dogs. If your dog is suffering from pain then add this to their diet, which is very helpful to reduce pain without any negative reactions.
Helps to support liver function
The liver is a very important organ in an animal’s body, too. It plays an important role to remove harmful toxins, processing nutrients, and regulating blood. As per the studies, turmeric supports liver function by reducing fat and removing waste.
Make your dog’s heart healthy
Heart problems in a dog can be caused by old age and they become a big issue. Heart problems, like blood clots and heart failure, can be improved by turmeric.
This magical spice contains an antioxidant property, known as polyphenols, by which we can help to ease canine cardiovascular problems. Not only this, but turmeric also makes your pooch’s blood thinner to help with blood clots.
Help to prevent diabetes
If your dog suffers from abnormal sugar levels, then adding turmeric to their daily diet will help improve their condition. Please consult a vet to make sure that this is the right choice before taking your dog off of any prescription medications for diabetes. Turmeric can help prevent diabetes, but it cannot cure it.
This spice also has an antioxidant property that helps to provide relief from so many diseases. It has anti-aging and deoxidant properties. Turmeric also helps to increase your dog’s life span. As you know, free radicals exist naturally and can also occur via pesticides, chemicals, toxins, radiation, pollution, and dog food. Finally, it also helps to fight against free radicals and reduce cell damage. If your dog is suffering from any of the mentioned problems, then try adding turmeric to their diet.
Helps to fight against cancer
There are so many ways to reduce some of the effects of cancer. As per the research, turmeric helps to contain the initiation, progression, and metastasis of different tumors. So, turmeric cannot cure cancer, but it can stop cancerous cells in the right direction. This can be also helpful to dogs that are suffering from complications caused by tumors.
Treat gastrointestinal disorders
The anti-inflammatory nature of this orange spice can help to treat inflammatory bowel disease as well as gastrointestinal disorders. It also helps to ease permeability and inflammation problems.
Emily Davis works at Cheval Liberte as a community manager. Cheval Liberté has been designing, developing and producing stalls, stables equipment like beautiful equestrian barns since 1995, Driven by their passion for horses, Cheval Liberté was founded by both riders and breeders and since 2005 this passion has been implemented in the UK, with our North Wales company being the sole importer of Cheval Liberté products for distribution and erection throughout the UK & Ireland.