We recently posted about the benefits of including olive oil in your dog’s diet. If your dog is aged seven years or older, you should also consider including coconut oil in their diet as well. Research has shown that when added to the daily diet of dogs age 7 and older, a type of fat called “medium chain triglycerides” or “MCTs” promoted memory, attention and trainability.
Olive oil, the staple of most kitchens, also makes a great addition to your dog’s diet. And that’s why, with the exception of another superstar fat coconut oil, the only fat we use in our Tribal daily dog treats is olive oil. Here are three great reasons to include olive oil in your dog’s diet.
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