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Can i feed my dog dates, neem, chirota etc etc?

hello guys, recently i read some ayurvedic books. and it contains some very nice remedies. what i would like to know is that can i try some of these remedies for our dogs also? can i feed my dog dates, neem, chirota etc etc??? does it in any way harm dogs? people who try ayurveda on dogs plz rep. i wud like to knw more. thank you
By D.chakrabarty · 20 Nov 2011 10:34 am


By Navjot Singh · 20 Nov 2011 11:42 am
Debbie, never feed raw form of dates, neem, chirota. You'll land yourself and your dog into a big trouble!!. As far as Ayurveda as a form of medicines are concerned, like for us, it's also safe for our dogs. I've used Ayurvedic medicines on my dog. For example, I fed him Vetpexorant which is a cough serup for dogs. The result was good. I'm feeding Ventrilev-pet which is an appetizer and liver supplement for dogs. The results are again good. Neem soap is the best way to keep the coat clean and healthy. So, Ayurvedic medicines are good for our dogs. But, don't end up feeding neem, dates to the poor fellow :p.
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By manjeet singh · 21 Nov 2011 10:24 am
Manjeet here. I want to ask if i will go for raw chiken then how much in gms should i feed to him as he is 10 month old.and should i take raw chiken with bone or boneless.and what about vegetable. Actually i wan2 know the routine diet what u fed to tintin?
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By D.chakrabarty · 21 Nov 2011 8:12 pm
i started feeding raw to tinnie when he was 13 months old
the routine
morn 7-8 am marie biscuits 4 or 5
10 am 200 gms raw mutton ribs or thigh piece with bones (before switching to mutton i gave him chicken necks and for 1 month i taught him how to eat ie i encouraged chewing, i had to hold the piece in front of him and he learnt. i did this as when he was a puppy he accidentally swallowed a bone so i was very cautious and taught him but whenever i gave him a bony piece i always noticed him carefully. you might watch youtube videos on raw feeding for help)
2 pm 300 gms raw boneless chicken with yoghurt, turmeric and 3 teaspoon of cooked rice (i had to give him rice as without it he had constipation)
sometimes 2 or 3 biscuits in the evening, sometimes nothing
10 pm again 300 gms raw boneless chicken with yoghurt, may be some boiled and mashed carrot and turmeric and 3 to 4 teaspoons of cooked rice.
sometimes in the morning, i gave him 2 raw eggs with some boiled carrots instead of mutton.
now as he is 2 yrs age i am feeding him only two times a day.
the general rule is to feed a dog 2 to 3 % of its body weight for eg if a dog weighs 30kg you should feed him around 750gm food (rice veggies biscuits meat all combined) but u hav to adjust the amount according to your dog and the lifestyle he has. if he is very active, then feed more. if he has soft stools then feed less.
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By D.chakrabarty · 21 Nov 2011 8:16 pm
navjot jee
well m a bit dissapointed, u see the packaged med has added colours and preservatives while the herbs are very natural. i expected i could feed him the herbs. like, its mentioned in ayurveda that if you take 20 drops of haldi juice with honey every morning on an empty stomach, you will be freed of round worms....so like can i try these simple things on my dog? or are these herbs toxic to dogs?
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By manjeet singh · 21 Nov 2011 9:05 pm
Thanks debbie for this information i will try to give him this diet in routine
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By D.chakrabarty · 22 Nov 2011 9:36 am
manjeet try it and let me know....
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 22 Nov 2011 1:21 pm
Diet is different in raw and home made food. Raw is from 2% and homemade is abt 300Gm per 10 kgs.
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 22 Nov 2011 1:22 pm
reason for more volume o home made is that carbo are also added which is basicaly useless for dog. it just acts as a filler.
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