New Zealand Manuka Honey For Dogs 8.8oz=250g
Made in New Zealand.
Treat or Topper for Dogs.
World renowned for its unique qualities, Manuka Honey is rich in vitamins, minerals, natural enzymes, antioxidants, and nutrients which support immunity and overall health. Can be taken orally or applied directly onto skin.
Ingredients: 100% NZ Manuka Honey
Use as a treat or topper on food.
Benefits of Manuka For Dogs
Wound and Burn Care
Honey is well known for its anitibacterial benefits in wound care, as well as shortening
treatment time and improving healing. Honey's pH is low enough to prevent the growth of many
types of bacteria. Honey also aids in reducing inflammation and helping to soothe the pain of
wounds and burns. A number of studies have been performed on dogs and the research is so
promising it’s being used in treating humans as well.
Kennel Cough Relief
For humans, a teaspoon of honey when you have a terrible cough can provide instant relief. One
of the greatest health benefits of honey is that it does the same thing for adult dogs who are
suffering from the dry, unproductive cough caused by infectious tracheobronchitis, otherwise
known as Kennel cough.
Some dog owners have found additional health benefits to feeding honey to their dogs,
including improved mobility in arthritic dogs. In addition, honey is said to increase the
absorption of calcium consumed at the same time and help reduce arthritic pain.
Reduced Allergy Symptoms
If your dog has been prone to chronic ear infections, itchy paws and other allergy symptoms,
your dog may benefit from a daily spoonful of raw honey. Not only will your pet enjoy the daily
treat, but they may experience relief from the allergy symptoms that they are suffering from.
If your dog is plagued with bouts of indigestion, diarrhea, or constipation, raw honey is certainly
worth trying. Most dogs appear to respond well to a teaspoon of honey in their food each day,
reducing (and in some cases, eliminating) the recurrence of digestive problems.
Natural Energy Source
Just like people, dogs benefit from the slow metabolic release of sugars that raw honey
provides. Honey sugars are mostly glucose and fructose, which are simple sugars, or
monosaccharides. These sugars are more easily assimilated than the complex disaccharides
and polysaccharides you'll find in processed sugar. While honey is a great natural energy
source for most dogs, it is not recommended for diabetic or overweight dogs.