We love our dogs, but taking care of your dog can get spendy. Before you run off to buy the latest expensive wonder cure for your dog, check out these 5 amazing home remedies for dogs.
These days you can buy just about anything for your dog. You can get anything from super high grade raw food to bling collars. With all the options, it important to remember that you can fix some of your dog’s problems with stuff you have around the house.
If you do some research, you will find that many of the expensive products on the market contain the same base ingredients of things you can find in your cupboard.
These are 5 tried and true home remedies for your dog:
1. Molasses: Reduces shedding. Feed your dog 1 tsp per 10 lbs.
2. Pumpkin: Cures diarrhea and constipation. Give 2 Tbs of canned pumpkin to your dog. (Not the pie filling!)
3. Vinegar: Dogs hate the smell! Use as a deterrent.
The crazy thing is that this is just a short list of all the things you have around the house that you can use to take care of your dog.
I really hadn’t realized how useful some of this stuff was until I read a new book called “The Dog Owner’s Secret Handbook.” It covers over 30 hacks and over 70 ways to effortlessly train and transform your dog.
Download our FREE printable cheat sheet that you can use to get your dog to come everytime.
I would never cut corners when it comes to my dog’s health, but the cost of some dog care items is out of control. This book shows you how to save using some great home remedies.
It also has a section on saving money on vet bills. Again, you never want to cut corners, but why pay too much when you don’t have to.
Home remedies have been around for hundreds of years for good reason. They work! Try these 5 amazing home remedies for dogs and if you want to learn more click: “The Dog Owner’s Secret Handbook.”
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