To keep our dogs alkalized we just throw a little lemon juice or bakin' soda in all their water bowls.
I am a first time poster/long time reader so I hope this is where this goes.
First off, thanks Ted and EC for all the helpful information! I have been really blessed by all the stuff on alkalizing. I was wondering however how this might be applied to my dogs?
I feed them a raw meat diet. (I now use natures variety as its far easier and is still raw.) I know dogs tend towards more acidic and protein based foods and have compensating biology but I also assume they would benefit from bicarbs and proper mineral control as well.
Can and how does one administer this to dogs in the most effective way? Epsom salt in water? What about potassium balance? Any advice will be appreciated.
Thanks and God Bless
Levin, New Zealand
We put ACV into the dogs water for his enlarged prostate. He hasn't had any more symptoms so we think it is working. As he is a senior dog ACV will be helping with joints too.