#1 Slim down If your dog is overweight, commit to helping her slim down. Extra weight places extra strain on joints, worsening the pain of arthritis. Feeling guilty because your dog is looking longingly at her food bowl? Mix a little pumpkin (unsweetened, not canned) into her dinner; it’s healthy, low cal, and will help her feel full. We like both Fruitables' and Merrick's natural canned pumpkin for dogs.
BEST ADVICE for dog owners! When your dog gets into something he shouldn't have eaten and gets the runs, feed him some canned pumpkin. Our vet said pumpkin is a unique fiber for dogs that "cleans them out"
Unseasoned canned pumpkin puree can benefit both dogs and cats. To control diarrhea give: 1 teaspoon for tiny dogs, 2 teaspoons for a small dog or medium size dog, 1 tablespoon for a large dog, 2 tablespoons for dogs over 55 lbs.
Can my dog eat that? A guide to what foods are safe for dogs to eat! Things such as rice, peanut butter, banana, pumpkin, spinach, carrot & fish are all great. Tree nuts, avocado, onions, garlic, beer, chocolate & grapes are very bad, however. Good thin
This is a great product for dogs especially if they have an upset tummy. Fruitables pumpkin and oatmeal blend is billed as a weight loss supplement, but it is also great for dogs who have the runs or are constipated. It worked so well for my baby when she was sick, I give it to her every day for digestive health. You can also use plain old canned pumpkin.