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Want to Feed Your Dog Hemp Seeds?

Feeding dogs hemp seeds makes a lot of sense. World-renowned veterinarian Jean Dodds, founder of Hemopet and expert on canine nutrigenomics, views them as one of nature’s true superfoods.

“Derived from the hemp seed plant, it is considered by many to be the safest, most digestible, balanced, natural and complete source of protein, amino acids and essential fats found anywhere in nature,” she says.

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Hemp seeds are amongst the most perfect protein sources on the planet. Their anti-inflammatory properties make them useful in fighting inflammatory diseases such as arthritis, heart disease and cancer.

They can help relieve the pain associated with arthritis and other canine joint problems, as well as being beneficial to your dog’s skin and coat. They’re also beneficial for any dog suffering from hypertension.

And, on top of all that, they help protect the immune system and benefit cognitive function. This makes feeding dogs hemp seeds particularly useul for senior dogs. My dogs get nutritious hemp seeds mixed in with their food several times a week.

Hemp seeds will provide your dog with the perfect ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids together with plenty of vitamins and minerals. These include vitamins B6, D3 and E, along with calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

I give my dogs both whole hemp seeds as well as shelled hemp seeds. I also take them myself, and I used them in this chicken thigh recipe. Why not give them a try for you and your pooch?

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