Savory Liver & Parsley Birthday Cake for Dogs

A bit confused. The ASPCA states all Apiaceae species, which includes parsley, is toxic to dogs.
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Well known to improve the oral health of dogs, Parsley eliminates microbes that cause bad breath and help digestion. The addition of fresh organic parsley to dog food ingredients offers significant therapeutic properties that benefit dog health including:
Parsley Pucker-Up's homemade dog treats with parsley Good for dogs with bad breath
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Treats for all! These quick, healthy snacks can be made super teeny or extra large depending on the size of your dog, and pack parsley power for freshening breath. Tasty and easy to make, they're perfect for taking on walks, for training, or just plain old treat time.
This recipe is easy to tinker with. You can substitute dried mint for half of the parsley, if you like. And don't hesitate to adjust the size of the treats to accommodate very small or very large dogs, baking them a few minutes less or a few minutes more, as needed. If your dog has challenges chewing, grind the rolled oats in a food processor before adding them to the mixture. Makes approximately two-dozen treats. Fool's Parsley (False Parsley, Dog's Parsley, Dog Poison, Fool's Cicely)
Photo provided by FlickrSpray the homemade parsley spray directly into your dog’s mouth up to three times per day.
Photo provided by FlickrBesides freshening your dog’s breath, parsley is also a good source of potassium and calcium.
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Homemade Greenies Dog Treats! Natural doggy-breath freshening treats made with parsley, mint, coconut oil and more (no mystery ingredients here). #homemade #diy #dogsParsley, while safe for human consumption, is not always the best thing for your dog. Before you add spices or greens to your dog’s food always check its safety first. If your dog ingested some parsley purposefully or accidentally and is now acting odd, contact your veterinarian.Some parsley is okay, but not too much! Parsley offers your dog vitamins A, and C, folic acid, and youth saving antioxidants. Keep this herb away from pregnant pups, those with kidney problems, and stay away from spring parsley – it is potentially toxic to dogs. This herb can freshen your dog’s breath and support natural detoxification!Home cooking for pets is becoming increasingly popular. While there are some excellent recipes and diets out there, you have to use caution when selecting ingredients; they are not all the same. Parsley is one of these ingredients that may seem harmless but it can actually lead to symptoms of toxicity in your dog. Cymopterus watsonii is a type of parsley that can cause skin problems in your dog if ingested. If your dog did consume this parsley, he may need supportive care but overall should recover well. Also, be mindful this parsley grows outside on its own in nature so accidental ingestion by curious dogs can also occur.Parsley, while safe for human consumption, is not always the best thing for your dog. Before you add spices or greens to your dog’s food always check its safety first. If your dog ingested some parsley purposefully or accidentally and is now acting odd, contact your veterinarian.The symptoms your dog is experiencing will determine his course of treatment. If you know your dog ingested parsley or highly suspect it, the veterinarian may induce vomiting. This will empty your dog’s stomach of any remaining pieces before the body absorbs it. If too much time has passed since ingestion and induction of vomiting is unsuccessful, she may administer activated charcoal. This will bind and neutralize the toxins of the parsley before the body absorbs it and causes more skin irritation.