Beef Liver for Dogs: Top 5 Benefits

Beef liver for dogs is an incredible source of nutrition. Are you feeding your dog beef liver? You definitely should!☝️

Organs are an essential part of a healthy canine diet. Every month, Furever Love Club members receive 1 type of organ meat to help support their dog’s health!

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Here are the main benefits of beef liver for your dog:

🐶Loaded with B12 – Vitamin B12 helps with red blood cell formation and aids in cellular function as well, helping avoid anemia. Your dog’s nervous system, metabolism, and brain health will also be supported and improved with this super vitamin. Keep you pup’s mental health game strong with B12!i

🐶Vitamin A – Essential for healthy vision, bone strength, reproductive system, and skin, Vitamin A is something you need to make sure your pup is getting. A powerful antioxidant as well, Vitamin A helps support extra strong immunity

🐶High Iron Content – Providing an energy boost, Iron helps fight anemia while getting rid of fatigue and neurological problems.

🐶Supports Liver Health – Keeping your pup’s liver healthy is so important as the liver filters out waste and toxins from the blood, which are then flushed out of their bodies. The liver also breaks down hormones and medications, all while helping create proteins used in blood clotting.

🐶More Nutrients: Beef liver for dogs also has Omega 3 & 6, Copper, Zinc, Chromium, Selenium, Phosphorus Niacin

Make sure you’re giving your dog beef liver in raw form: Freeze dried, dehydrated, and air dried are the way. Cooking beef liver will remove many of these incredible nutritional benefits!

Whether through our monthly box or from other sources, make sure you’re incorporating beef liver into your dog’s diet. Their health will thank you <3

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