Aloe vera is very popular among humans and is especially appreciated for its positive health properties.
Are the dog, cat and horse allowed to eat Aloe Vera?
Essentially, dogs, cats, horses, etc. have the same basic functions as the human organism.
There is also a need for minerals, trace elements, amino acids, enzymes, etc. , which optimise the metabolism and thus the self-healing powers function better.
Alone if one considers pet food, which is industrially mixed with non-natural substances. Anything that is not natural burdens a body and can cause consequential damage.
As a rule, the daily amount is recommended:
- Aloe Vera Juice: 1 ml per kilogramme body weight
- Aloe Vera fresh Fillet: 1 Gramm per kilogramme body weight
Many experience reports show best compatibility even with larger quantities.
It is always important that you observe your animal and whether, for example, things change in the digestive area. Accordingly, you can adjust the dosage gently and bit by bit, optionally and in consultation with the veterinary practitioner.
When feeding your pet Aloe Vera fresh leaves, be sure to use only the fillet and cut away the green skin generously. Rinse the Aloe Vera fillet thoroughly or soak it briefly in water. This can cause the bitter substances to dissolve.
Cut the appropriate amount into small pieces. You can then add these to the feed.
Aloe vera is also excellent for external use in animals.
Skin irritations, wounds, coat care, after tick bites, etc.
Here we recommend the Aloe Vera Fresh Leaf, the VERWAY Aloe Vera Rescue Spray and the Aloe Vera Juice.
VERWAY Tip: If you offer your pet Aloe Vera juice, it has been shown that most dogs, for example, drink the juice pure from the bowl with joy. So you can pass this pure independently to the meal.
Otherwise, mix the juice directly into the feed.