Why You should Add Oats into Dog Meals

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Why You should Add Oats into Dog Meals

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The nutritional benefits of oats can’t be overlooked. It’s therefore important to mix dog meal with oats. This is because the canine may not eat them unless they have been mixed with his favorite food. As a matter of fact, oats are very good in keeping the skin nourished. And perhaps that’s why they are used as an active ingredient in shampoos and other cosmetic products.

Rich Source of Proteins

If you mix dog food with oats, the canine can go for many days without eating meat. This is due to the fact that oats are rich in proteins. As a matter of fact, their protein levels match those found in eggs, milk and soy. The other advantage is that they come with low levels of cholesterol. Besides that, they contain fiber that easily dissolves into fluids. The fiber helps in keeping food cravings at bay because the dog will feel full most of the time.

Remedies Constipation

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A dog that indulges in foods that contain oats can hardly suffer from constipation. Constipation happens when the digestive system is unable to grind food. Since oats are rich in fiber, they help in boosting digestion in the stomach. If your dog is recovering from an injury, it’s recommended that you include oats into his diet. This is because oats in soothing the nerves that have been injured. It’s like placing ice on top of a wound.

How to Use Oats

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There are various ways of using oats. When shopping for dog shampoos, you should narrow down your focus to brands that contain oats as an active ingredient. Such shampoos are better than the rest because they help in treating the skin and soothing the nerves. Moreover, they help in remedying inflammation and itching on the skin.

You really don’t have to buy oats shampoo because you can easily make it at home by dissolving oatmeal into water. You can also use oats to nurse injuries. You should grind the oats into powder then put them in a water bath. The moist oats should be filtered and packed into tea bags and placed on swollen body parts.

 

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