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Fermented Vegies

Raw Fermented Vegetables
fermented vegies

What Fermentation Does


As with all fermentation the bacteria not only create new nutrients, enzymes and organic acids, but they also become an extremely effective probiotic for your dog.
You can purchase fermented vegetables at a health food store or make your own to save money (there are many recipes online).   A little goes a long way so feed about a teaspoon per 15 pounds of your dog’s weight.
Giving your dog some of these and other nutrient dense foods is the easiest way to achieve a balanced diet; on top of the health benefits, she’ll probably really enjoy these delicious additions!
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