Baking a cherry oatmeal muffin is a delicious way to supply your dog with healthy antioxidants.
Do you have a small dog or know of one? If so, you know that size doesn't matter. They may have the same big personality as any dog several times their size.
Well, the same is true with a cherry. It may be a small fruit, but it packs a powerful punch. This little berry contains antioxidants and nutrients such as beta carotene, vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, iron, fiber and folate. Now you know why it's called a Superfruit!
The cherry provides powerful antioxidants called anthocyanins. These are what give the cherry its deep red color.
They are also responsible for helping reduce inflammation which gives relief to arthritis. It also reduces risk factors for heart disease. Please consult your veterinarian before implementing changes to your dogs health regimen.
A fantastic way of getting more cherries into your dogs diet is to bake this cherry oatmeal muffin.
Storing: This cherry oatmeal muffin is a soft baked treat so they need to be stored in the refrigerator. They will stay fresh in the refrigerator for 2 weeks. Only keep out what your dog will eat during that time. You can freeze the remainder for up to 3 months.
The health benefits of a cherry oatmeal muffin is not restricted to your sweet dog. So go ahead, you can have a nibble of your dogs cherry dog treats, I won't tell.
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