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Ben al een beetje op internet aan het zoeken geweest, maar nier meer tegen gekomen over bacterieen en zuigelingen?????
Van de k9nutritionlist:
This is part of what the _Holistic Guide for a Healthy Dog_ by Wendy Volhard and Kerry Brown says about honey:
"Purpose: Contains iron, copper, manganese, silica, chlorine, calcuim,potassium, sodium phosphorus, aluminum and magnesium. Can be usedexternally for treatment of skin disorders, especially effective with
burns. Internally for sinus problems, coughing, sore throats, digestive upsets, and most importantly, bringing a dog in shock around. Dark honey is more effective than light honey. . . . In breeding, we use it for females who slow down when whelping and the interval between puppies gets longer. It gives them a little pick-me-up and helps them go back intolabor.
It is wonderful for feeding orphaned pups.
If dogs are sick for any length of time and have not eaten, a meal of honey and yogurt can do wonders to restore their appetites. It is especially important for those dogs that have weak digestive systems and are already being supplemented
with enzymes. Honey contains the enzymes amylase and invertase, which aid digestion. Honey is not irritating to the lining of the digestive tract,it is easily and rapidly assimilated, it quickly furnishes the demand of
energy, it helps recuperation from any stressful event - be it surgery or an athletic endeavor - it is handled well by the kidneys, it has a gentle laxative effect and it acts as a natural sedative to calm the body."
Here's another article proclaiming the wonders of raw honey:
http://www.pets4life.com/index.php?p=re ... rticles/13
I'm not necessarily advocating these beliefs, but I do think honey should be safe to give, in moderate amounts.
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