Can Pets Drink Coconut Water for Bad Breath?

You might have heard of natural remedies for human bad breath such as fennel, baking soda or cinnamon. While you could brush your dog’s teeth with baking soda, how many people would actually do that? When I came across this remedy using coconut water for bad breath, I thought I’d give it a try. It turns out there are a lot of other reasons to feed your pet coconut water.

Firstly, coconut water is not toxic to pets. In fact, the vitamins and minerals are great for your 4-footed companion (and a few birds too). According to  there are several vital reasons to use coconut water. Coconut water is the fluid inside of immature coconuts that’s rich in nutrients and vitamins. You can easily find a coconut with water by shaking it. You should hear the water “sloshing” around inside.  Here are some reasons to use coconut water for bad breath from Ultimate Home Life:

  1. Fight viruses.
  2. Keep harmful bacteria away.
  3. Protect from infections.
  4. Boost immune systems.
  5. Form red blood cells in the body.
  6. Improve dog coat and skin conditions.
  7. Keep dog coat smooth and glossy.
  8. Fight off annoying issues such as flea allergies and itchy skin.
  9. Improve dog odor.
  10. Reduce bad dog breath.
  11. Regulate and balance insulin and thyroid levels.
  12. Aid in healing arthritis or ligament problems.
  13. Aid in healing cuts, wounds, bites from insects and stings when applied to them.

Thus you can see that applying coconut water topically also is beneficial. It is possible to use coconut in other forms too  such as fresh coconut, dried, coconut oil, coconut milk and powdered coconut. How much should you give your pet? As with any new food it’s a good idea to introduce it slowly to make sure there are no side effects such as diarrhea. It also depends on the size of the pet, of course. Also, please avoid giving your pet the coconut shells as they may cause obstruction of the digestive system if the pet eats them.

Coconut water could be used as a treat. It’s great for a hot, summer day – a refreshing treat. Want to try some of CocosPure coconut water? Just click the button below and it will be at your place within a week.



Using CBD Hemp Oil with Pets: Some Testimonials

While the studies are still coming in on this type of treatment, we have lots of first-hand accounts from people whose pets have benefited from using CBD Hemp Oil (without THC, the active ingredient in marijuana) to treat a variety of symptoms from arthritis to cancer. Below are some of the testimonials in writing and in video form so that you can hear about these benefits. The first one is from about a cat whose anxiety and painful arthritis changed with the use of CBD oil.

“Our 13 year-old male Himalayan kitty, Sir Edmund (aka Eddi), has always suffered from anxiety, and it is difficult to have guests over. He has become known as “attack cat” and “psycho kitty”. Recently, it became evident that he was experiencing pain in his lower back and the Vet found that his spine is fusing. He also suffers from high blood pressure which puts strain on his retinas.

He was prescribed .. an opiate narcotic which is also prescribed to humans in larger doses. One night, Eddi’s back legs slipped out from under him and he fell. We were able to administer a very small dose of Tramadol which he proceeded to throw up and foam at the mouth. After being on several different narcotics including Tramadol post surgery myself, I was against giving him more and decided to seek alternative medicine.

To my surprise, not only had our Vet heard of CBD, he was very supportive about trying it out, saying “ABSOLUTELY”. Eddi has been on the oil for about 3 weeks and there is a definite improvement in his demeanor with “outsiders” (he didn’t even care when the TV repair men came yesterday!). The pain seems to have decreased as well as he doesn’t seem as physically uncomfortable, jumping up onto higher platforms on his own again, eating better, and doing his tricks for his treats. We will keep up the VETCBD for the rest of his hopefully long life and spread the word! Thank you so much for the wonderful product!”

-The Tataras from Los Angeles, CA

The second testimonial comes from two other companies who supply CBD oil. They will describe some of the benefits for the pets.

Finally we will hear from Gunver Juul (Danish Holistic Biomedicine School) about using CBD oil with her old dog to help with his arthritis.

There are many more stories. If you are interested, please go to this site to learn more:

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Cannabis: The Miracle Medicine for Dogs

Coconut DoggieCan Cannabis be used with dogs? Surely it’s too strong and harmful like marijuana. Actually, CBD hemp oil and also hemp seed oil contain very little THC, the ingredient that causes the “grass high”. Its anti-inflammatory properties are very beneficial in moderate doses for pets. The following canine ailments are reported to respond to CBD hemp oil: organ diseases, stress, immune problems, diabetes, even cancer. According to Julia Henriques writing online for, here’s how CBD hemp oil can help your dog:

The cannabis plant contains a number of different chemicals, including CBD, phytocannabinoids, terpenoids and flavonoids. Humans and other mammals have specific cannabinoid receptor sites. These sites are primarily in the brain and central nervous system, and in peripheral organs, especially immune cells. They make up what’s called the endocannabinoid system.

Studies show that many cannabinoids have anti-inflammatory effects, and can help with pain, tumors, seizures, muscle spasms, skin conditions, appetite stimulation, aggression, anxiety and neurological disorders.

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Fortunately there are a number of good sources of pure CBD hemp oil now. To try it with dogs, it’s recommended to start with a very small dose of one drop per 10 lbs. of the dog’s body weight per day. Then move up to 1 drop per 10 lbs twice a day. Increase the amount every 4-5 days till you can see therapeutic results and no side effects. While there are companies that produce CBD hemp oil just for dogs, be sure the oil is pure and not cut with other ingredients. Some companies such as Cocos Pure sell Hemp CBD combined with Organic Coconut Oil capsules. It’s recommended that the dose to start with would be 1/4 of a capsule. Of course you should check with your veterinarian before trying this form of therapy.

Is it OK if a dog gets into some marijuana? It’s now legal in some states or other parts of the world. The answer is definitely no. In fact, if a dog has ingested very much of it, the dog might need medical help to avoid breathing problems, drooling or vomiting. The THC component can even be lethal to dogs.

The CBD Hemp Oil sold by Cocos Pure is combined with virgin, organic coconut oil, which has its own beneficial properties and is shown to have many health benefits including antioxidant, antimicrobial, antibacterial, and anti-fungal properties. Coconut Oil plays an
integral role in the absorption of other minerals including CBD Hemp Oil.

Cocos Pure has a great product for sale and can be used for humans or dogs. Be sure to cut the capsule dosages down for your dog to 1/4 capsule. If you are ready to try Cocos Pure CBD Hemp Oil now, just click on the link below.


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Coconut Oil as a Bad Breath Remedy for Your Dogs

Food Products 02There are a number of common causes for bad breath with dogs. Be sure to take good care of teeth and gums. Your dog will need those teeth to eat. Yes, you can brush your dog’s teeth to cut down on gum and tooth decay, just as we do with our own teeth. There are long-handled tooth brushes at most pet stores, so that getting into your dog’s mouth is easier. Just lift up the side lip and insert the brush.

But before you do that, this is where coconut oil comes in. Use it as a toothpaste. Dogs will love the sweet taste and coconut products sweeten the breath too. I brush my dog’s teeth several times a week and then I let her lick the brush. This cleans her tongue, another source of that bad breath. Here’s what Julia Szabo, pet health guru for the online site, Dogster, has to say about coconut oil.

Coconut oil is one of those pantry items you should never be without. It doesn’t just boost digestive, immune system, and metabolic functions — it also helps to combat canine bad breath. Put a lovin’ teaspoonful over your dog’s food every single day, and you’ll soon sniff sweeter breath — plus dogs love the taste; for them, coconut oil is a sweet treat. Some dog lovers even brush their pets’ teeth with coconut oil, making the chore an offer even ornery canines can’t refuse!

She thinks coconut oil is an important addition to a dog’s regular diet as well. She sites numerous reasons to add a teaspoon full to the dog food daily. It 1) improves of coat and fur (thicker and shinier), 2) reduces yeast (candida) and viral infections (kennel cough), 3) helps with arthritis, 4) regulates diabetes, and 5) with cinnamon can help avoid dementia. Sounds like a wonder food to me. However, the bottom line is what works, so give coconut oil a chance and let us know your results. OK?

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