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White synthetic table vinegar (e.g. Tops) ok for dogs?

White synthetic table vinegar (e.g. Tops) ok for dogs? I have been using a cap full of it in 500 ml of boiled milk to extract paneer for it daily. Can it cause any allergies like feet biting, ear infections, scratching, etc.?
By gspal · 27 Oct 2014 3:23 am


By Adnan A Khan · 29 Oct 2014 12:01 pm
Hi, it is quite the contrary actually. Vinegar has been known to treat skin issues in dogs.

I recently purchased Apple Cider Vinegar which I have been including a teaspoon in his water as well as his food. I have a 16 month old Bullmastiff who has highly sensitive skin and is always suffering from yeast or bacterial infection.

I have also tried mixing 1 part ACV and 1 part water in a spray bottle to apply on specific areas. Am also trying on a Pug. Both Pugs and BM's have sensitive skin so best breeds to experiment for me.
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By gspal · 30 Oct 2014 5:41 pm
Thanks Adnan. You are using ACV Mother (e.g. Braggs) or distilled ACV (e.g. American Garden)? The ACV Mother I have read has a very pungent/horrible smell though it has very good internal and external health properties for pets and humans alike. I do not know about distilled/purified ACV. Can ACV be used for extracting paneer? I am currently using one-half lemon juice to extract paneer and some adding some juice of the same into my adopted adult German Spitz's filtered drinking water. First thing in the morning I have been drinking a glass full of lukewarm water with one-half lemon juice mixed in it for months.
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By Adnan A Khan · 31 Oct 2014 11:40 am
Currently I am using American Garden (distilled) as I could not find the unpasteurized (Bragg's) till I found this one.

I have put in a spray bottle and am also adding it in my dog's food. Once in a while, I drink a teaspoon in water myself.

It is still too short a time period to notice anything significant in Homer (my BM) although the skin irritating areas that I noticed and sprayed upon have almost certainly dried up faster than usual.

I feel the Bragg's variant will be much more effective.

Will have to do a bit of research and enquiry myself and get back to you over the chance of extracting paneer out of it.

Please do attempt substituting lemon juice with ACV for a month to notice whether it brings about a positive change and I will update you in case I find a breakthrough in my attempts too.
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By Adnan A Khan · 31 Oct 2014 12:29 pm
https://www.dogspot.in/apple-c ider-vinegar-dogs/
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By gspal · 31 Oct 2014 5:53 pm
ACV Mother in India available online at https://www.naturallyyours.in/ superfoods/dr-patkars-apple-ci der-vinegar-with-mother-1l/p-8 120702-35631333709-cat.html#va riant_id=8120702-35631333709 and Bragg available at https://www.goindiaorganic.com /. You may also want to look into https://www.webmd.com/vitamins -supplements/ingredientmono-81 6-apple%20cider%20vinegar.aspx ?activeingredientid=816&active ingredientname=apple%20cider%2 0vinegar
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