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7 Natural Ingredients You Should Add to Your Dog's Diet

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By Lucy Postins

Those of us who are dog obsessed may have a shelf in our pantry set aside to hold the ingredients for healthy meals and treats for our dogs. Or we may have cleared space in our closets for special shampoos, dog brushes and conditioners that will make our pup's fur oh, so soft.

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But don't forget that some foods have wonderful medicinal properties and are worth keeping in your pantry or fridge at all times.

1. Honey

2. Parsley

3. Apple Cider Vinegar

4. Chamomile Tea Bags

5. Sea Salt

6. Pumpkin

7. Ginger Tea Bags


Adapted from Dog Obsessed.

This article was reposted with permission from our media associate Rodale Wellness.

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