Nuts for Pets

Nuts for Pets Poochbutter - The Gold One

THE GOLD ONE - This tub has a regal name because it deserves it! We’ve added a few spoonfuls of Turmeric to our well-loved Poochbutter to give your Pooches a little dose of gold dust.

  • Poochbutter is a Natural Peanut Butter designed just for your Pooch.
  • Made in Scotland without Palm Oil.
  • Contains NO added Salt, Sugar, Xylitol or Additives
  • Contains Scottish Honey - making it super sticky to keep your Pooch occupied and happy for hours!
  • Extra Virgin Coconut Oil - helps your Pooch from the inside out, great for healthy skin and a gloriously glossy coat!
  • Suitable for all dogs as part of a healthy balanced diet.
  • And it's Puppy Friendly!
Size
5 in stock - Estimated dispach within 1-2 working days.

THE GOLD ONE - This tub has a regal name because it deserves it! We’ve added a few spoonfuls of Turmeric to our well-loved Poochbutter to give your Pooches a little dose of gold dust.

 5 Mind-blowing Benefits of Turmeric -

  1. Natural Anti-Inflammatory
  2. Promotes Heart and Liver Health
  3. Antioxidant Properties (which can help prevent cancers)
  4. Pain Relief
  5. Anti-diarrhoea Medication

 What’s in Turmeric that makes it so great?

The main active ingredient in turmeric is actually Turmeric Curcumin. This is what makes turmeric an amazing holistic option as a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-fungal, wound healing and anticancer ingredient.

 Is Turmeric right for my Pooch?

Because turmeric is all-natural, it is generally regarded as very safe. However, there are a few potential side effects that we want you to be aware of.

First, turmeric is a blood thinner, making it a powerful agent to reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack. However, if your dog is already on another medication that is also a blood thinner, this could present some problems.

Additionally, turmeric is a binding agent, making it a great remedy for dogs with diarrhoea. However, if your dog is dehydrated, it could pose other issues and lead to constipation.

In humans, a few issues have been reported, when too much turmeric is added to the diet. These adverse reactions include:

  • Gallbladder contractions
  • Increased risk of bruising
  • Decreased blood sugar
  • Interference with iron absorption

In the vast majority of cases, no adverse reactions have been reported in dogs.

Speak to your veterinarian if you have any questions about this supplement.