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Did you hear what the're saying about GARLIC 4 DOGS

PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2016 1:28 pm
by Joe in North Bay Ca
Garlic For Dogs: Friend Or Foe? - Dogs Naturally Magazine

A Victim Of Poor Press

Recently, the safety of garlic for dogs has come into question. That’s because one research study used a huge amount of garlic in their test dogs.

When garlic is fed in very large amounts to dogs, it can cause oxidative damage to red blood cells, leading to a medical situation called Heinz body anemia.

Based on this study, the average 75 pound Golden Retriever needs to eat five full heads of garlic (or about 75 cloves) each meal before showing any adverse effect on the red blood cells.

Similarly, a dog weighing 10 lbs needs to eat 25 grams of garlic – about half an entire head of garlic (or about 6 to 8 cloves) every meal to experience any adverse effects.

It’s Time To Reconsider Garlic For Dogs

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