A 50/50 solution of apple cider vinegar and water can be used topically to relieve itchy skin and rashes caused by yeast and poison ivy in dogs.
Cleaning dirty dog ears can be done with a 50/50 solution of apple cider vinegar and purified water using cotton balls until the ears are clean.
ACV can repel fleas and ticks when sprayed on dogs before going outside or added to their food or water during flea and tick season due to its acidity.
Regular intake of ACV for 8-12 weeks can help reduce blood sugar levels, which could prevent or manage diabetes in dogs, thus requiring less insulin.
ACV's acetic acid can help improve heart health in dogs by reducing high lipid levels and high blood pressure.
ACV has antimicrobial properties that can help manage infections in dogs and by restricting the growth of toxic bacteria and yeast.
ACV may reduce inflammation that causes UTIs, potentially helping with managing urinary tract infections in dogs
ACV's phenolic compounds, such as gallic acid and can help protect dogs from Canine Cognitive Disorder by reducing the risk of Alzheimer's disease.
ACV can reduce oxidative stresses caused by obesity, lowering the risk of related health issues, as shown in a study feeding rats a daily dose of ACV.
ACV's prebiotic properties make it useful in supporting good bacteria in your dog's gut, promoting digestion and overall gut health.