Apple Cider Vinegar for Dogs: Q&A

Last Modified on Aug 08, 2008

How Much ACV for Leaking Dog?

08/08/2008: Laurie from Mission Viejo, Ca: "Hi have a 9 year old female yellow lab that has begun "leaking" and I would like to try the Apple Cider Vinegar remedy. Only problem I don't know how much to give her. She weighs about 80 lbs and is in great health. Can someone help me so I can help her. Thanks."

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."

Dog Leaking Urine

07/05/2008: Yvette from Norwalk, CA: "My female dog is approx 6 yrs old trying to find a home remedy for leaking urine..... is apple cidar vinegar a remedy? don't know how much or how to give it if this is a home remedy for leaking urine or if there's any side effects or bad for dogs please email me back thank you."

07/05/2008: Earth Clinic replies: "Please check this page for more information: http://www.earthclinic.com/Pets/acvfordogs.html"

ACV and Dog Teeth

03/13/2008: Amanda : "Hi Ted, Is apple cider vinegar Bad for my dogs teeth since its always in their drinking water? Thanks"

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."


 

 

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