It Improves Irritated Skin or Allergic Reactions
In a very similar case to being used to tried cuts and grazes, it can also be used for reoccurring skin irritations or allergies.
Often, when a dog has dry or irritated skin, there something at work. For example; allergies, lesions, parasites, fungal infections or environmental changes. So, being the responsible parent at Squishface we are here to let you know that it’s best to take your pup for a visit to their best friend; the vet.
Your vet will be able to tell you the root cause and provide a method of action. But, if the cause is something simple and harmless such as eczema, hay fever or boredom-scratching, you have your treatment right here!
Coconut oil is soothing and thick on the skin, as well as holding water-resistant properties. So, simply apply generously to the area and keep applying until symptoms subside.
It’s Great to Keep Those Pearly Whites in Check
This is a bit of a side-hustle when it comes to the use of coconut oil.
While some doggy parents will use dental-treats and others will let nature do its thing, here at Squishface we have a little tip for you.
Apply a pea-sized amount of coconut oil to your pup’s rubber toothbrush and gently clean the teeth in circular motions, being sure to get the sides, back and fangs.
The upside is that dogs – like us – love the taste of coconut and coconut oil. So, there shouldn’t be much resistance and they’ll be licking their lips and toys for days.
How do you keep Bulldogs wrinkles clean and dry?
Fill a small spray bottle with water and add 2-3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Some bulldog owners choose to also apply a wrinkle ointment with ingredients such as shea butter, jojoba oil, and rosemary to help combat bacteria and treat/prevent irritation.
8 Reasons To Use Coconut Oil For Dogs
Coconut oil has a very high level of saturated fats. Saturated fat is a healthy fat that helps in weight loss. It also aids the immune system, digestive system, thyroid health, and a lot more. In this article, I’ll be revealing some hidden benefits of Coconut Oil for your French Bulldog!
First off, it is important I note early enough that if you intend to use Coconut Oil on your Frenchie, it is better to keep the use of Coconut Oil in your Frenchie at a moderate range. ‘Too much of everything is bad.’ Best to start with around a quarter of a teaspoon and increase the quantity, gradually.
While coconut oil is great for your French Bulldog, there are things that you should never give your furry friend. Check out our blog on it: 8 Foods You Should NEVER Give Your Frenchie [/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]