Apple Cider Vinegar for Dogs: Q&A
Last Modified on Aug 08, 2008
09/29/2008: Denise from Canton, MI replies: "I'm trying to find out the dosage for my King Charles Cavaliers' itching and paw biting problem. I heard to give ACV but I don't know how to administer it due to his picky eating and drinking habits. Can you give some advice? He weighs 23 pounds is just over one year old."
07/05/2008: Earth Clinic replies: "Please check this page for more information: http://www.earthclinic.com/Pets/acvfordogs.html"
Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: "Anytime the pH of any solution is below 7 (it tastes sour) it is acid and will dissolve the enamels of the teeth on dogs. If 2 tablespoons is neutralize of any acid so it won't dissolve the teeth, than at least 1/4 teaspoon baking soda must be added to neutralize the solution. Therefore add baking soda so that it does not damage the teeth."