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5 Reasons to Feed Your Dog Ginger

April 7, 2017

Ginger has been used for thousands of years as a spice and medicine in Asian and Indian cultures.  It's best known benefit is as a digestive aid for stomach upset and nausea.  However, there are many other benefits for humans and dogs alike:



Dogs can experience vomiting for many reasons: feeling under the weather; travel sickness; eating something dodgy;etc.  There's a good chance eating ginger will help.



Bloat is a life-threatening condition that involves the expansion of the stomach due to built up gases that aren't being expelled.  Ginger helps to stimulate the stomach, which in turn helps expel gases, which may prevent bloat occurring.



As arthritis is a inflammatory disease and ginger is a natural anti-inflammatory, it could help relieve inflamed joints.



Ginger has even been shown to fight certain cancers in some scientific studies.  In addition to this, ginger is a natural immune-system booster.


One study has shown ginger to reduce microfilarial (heartworm larvae) by 83% to 98% in infected dogs.


Check out this article for further information on the benefits of feeding your dog ginger.:


Get all of these health benefits for your pooch with The Cornish Barkery's Gingerbread Dogs - £1.50 per pack.


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