Ever give your dog a taste of honey? Dogs love it and it turns out that honey is one sweet dogs can eat….
Not just any honey will do, however. It turns out that pure, raw, unfiltered local honey is a natural allergy treatment, a source of energy, an anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, and a protective agent for a dog’s GI tract. It even reduces symptoms of kennel cough.
Along comes K9 Honey For Dogs, claiming to be the first honey made solely for canines. At a time when more and more of us are looking for natural remedies for ourselves and our pets, the pet market is welcoming it.
Well, you could purchase pure, raw, unfiltered, local honey from a local farm stand or store, but how can you be sure of what you are buying? Local honey tends not to be regulated, so you can’t be sure of what may have been cut with high-fructose corn syrup, or what’s been heated, or what’s been processed so it looks smooth. Usually, you have to go to a bee farm to buy pure local honey.
Absent a bee farm, K9 Honey For Dogs has it! K9 Honey For Dogs includes microscopic bee pollen from nine different regions of the country so that, no matter where you live, your dog's allergies will be covered.
You know that in order to reduce the impact of an allergy you need to take in a continuous small dose of the allergen to immunize you against it. That's what allergy shots do, and in lesser strength but in a natural method, so does pure unadulterated honey! If your dog has seasonal allergies that make her scratch, rub, gnaw at, sneeze, and squirm, honey that contains local bee pollen will help ease her symptoms, because that pollen will contain the same allergens as she finds in your neighborhood.
But K9 Honey For Dogs includes microscopic bee pollen from nine different regions of the country so that, no matter where you live, your dog will be covered. And he will love licking his K9 Honey from a spoon or as a food topper on his supper! (Hint: K9 Honey topper is a great way to get your dog to eat his regular food.)
K9 Honey For Dogs is owned and operated by a family that loves dogs and honeybees!
(K9 Honey is not for dogs less than 6 months old. If your dog has diabetes, your veterinarian should be consulted before feeding honey.
That's the buzz for today!