Features November 2012 Issue

Plant Oils

Many owners add oils to their dogs’ diets in an effort to improve skin and coat. If they’re not careful, though, the wrong oils could cause more problems for their dogs than they had before.

Plant Oils

Do you know which plant oils may help your dog, and which ones could cause problems?

There are many different types of plant oils that people use to supplement their dogs’ diets, including oils from flaxseed, olives, coconut, vegetables, hempseed, and more. Some of these oils can provide benefits, but others are not helpful and may even contribute to inflammation.

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