I’ve seen a few reports that edible oils can be good for dogs.
I’m not sure what the evidence is but I’ve always found them to be pretty darn tasty.
Here are some of the best edible oils for dogs:Beet-yogurt – It has the most potent natural flavor, so I don’t think it’s bad to use it.
It’s also quite inexpensive ($3 for 8 ounces) and contains only 2.5 grams of sugar per ounce.
It works wonders for any dog with diabetes.
It can be a bit pricey for a pack of 8 ounces, but it’s also very nutritious for dogs with diabetes (it can help them lose weight).
Citrus – Citrus is an excellent source of Vitamin C, and if you’re diabetic, it can also help you lose weight.
It contains less sugar than a can of Coke.
Ginger – It’s an essential vitamin and a good source of B-vitamins, as well as antioxidants.
I think it has a nice floral fragrance to it, but the only reason I use it for diabetic dogs is because it’s cheap ($1.95 for 8 ounce bag).
Borage – Borage oil is very low in fat, and I think it helps dogs lose weight and is a great source of vitamin C. Ginger oil – I don`t use it often for diabetic animals because of the high cost.
Tangerine – Tangerine is a wonderful source of vitamins A, D, E, and K, and it’s a wonderful addition to a dog`s diet.
Beeswax – Beeswax contains no sugar, and the oils can also be used as an emulsifier to make smoothies.
Ketchup – Ketchup contains no sodium, so it can be used in place of cane sugar in diabetic dogs.
Dried cranberries – These are a great addition to any diabetic dog’s diet.
They’re low in sugar and can be added to foods to help keep their blood sugar stable.
Pomegranate – Pomegranates are a source of iron, which helps your dog`ve got diabetes.
They contain about 0.8 grams of iron per ounce, which is much lower than other fruits.
Chamomile – Chamomile is an aromatic oil, which makes it a good addition to diabetic dogs for it`s strong aroma and flavor.
Olive oil – Olive oil is another great source for vitamin E, calcium, and fiber.
It has no sodium and contains more vitamin E than a banana.
Sunflower seeds – These can be useful for diabetic pets, and they’re inexpensive ($2 for 1 cup).
They contain a great amount of Vitamin E, which can help prevent bone fractures.
Aromatic, citrus, pineal, and peppermint oils – These oils can help your dog lose weight, as they’re rich in Vitamin C and have an interesting aroma.
Cottonseed oil – It contains no artificial colorings or preservatives, and you can add it to many foods to add some flavor.
It`s also low in calories and fat.
Soybean oil – Soybeans are a wonderful vegetable source of omega-3 fatty acids, and can help diabetic dogs lose excess weight.
Peanut oil – You can add peanuts to your dog’s regular diet and it will help reduce the risk of heart disease.
It is high in fat and cholesterol, so don`s use it if your dog is diabetic.
Potato chips – They contain no added sugars, and potato chips contain no fat.
They can be eaten whole or split and have a very distinctive aroma.
You can also add them to smoothies, which are good sources of vitamins B1, B2, B3, and B6.
Red meat – The fat content of red meat is high and it`ll be good to include it in your dog diet to help prevent diabetes.
This can also improve the insulin levels.
Mashed potatoes – Mashed potatoes contain very little sugar, which will help your diabetic dog lose excess body fat.
It will also help keep blood sugar low.
Blueberries – This is a really good source for Vitamin C. Blueberries contain vitamin C, magnesium, calcium and potassium.
Bananas – Bananas are a very good source and can reduce blood sugar levels, and help prevent osteoporosis.
They also contain iron, so if you`re diabetic, you should consider adding it to your diabetic diet.
This is an important nutrient because it helps to keep your dog from developing osteopionosis.
Walnuts – Walnuts contain Vitamin C in the form of a fat called chondroitin sulfate, which you can use to make your dog�s skin soft.
They`ll also help your dogs lose body fat, which they can do because they`re rich in fat