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Small But Mighty – Dandelion For Pets

Herbs For Pets 3 min read
The health benefits of Dandelion are astounding! This little plant can help with inflammation, detoxification, and even digestion!

Dandelions (Taraxacum officinale), we see them all the time at our local parks and on the streets. Unsuspecting and small, these bright yellow flowers with lush green leaves are actually more powerful than you might think! Good news! It’s totally safe for you and your furkiddo to start using, too! Keep reading to find out more about this plant’s amazing health benefits!

What is Dandelion?

Though often seen as just merely a weed, Dandelion is actually a powerful herb that can help with a wide array of different health benefits for you and your furkiddo. Every part of this plant, from the flower to the leaves, can be useful in treating a variety of different health conditions.

History And Facts

Dandelions first started popping up in Europe and Asia but now can be found on every continent (excluding maybe Antarctica). Dandelions are also a perennial plant which means that may bloom several times throughout the year.

The Health Benefits

Dandelion is a powerful anti-inflammatory and natural diuretic. It’s also great at detoxifying the body, especially the liver, gallbladder, and kidneys. Dandelion can help to stimulate the liver, salivation, and improves digestion. It’s also packed with vitamins and minerals like A, B, C, D, and potassium and calcium. One of the most underrated herbs, 1 serving cup of dandelion can provide your furkiddo with 2,000 international units (IU) of vitamin A and has 20 percent protein by content, which is double the amount that spinach has.

Dandelion is a powerful anti-inflammatory and natural diuretic. It’s also great at detoxifying the body, especially the liver, gallbladder, and kidneys.

Dandelion is chock-full of health benefits that can help with a variety of different health conditions! This little plant can help promote healthy digestion, detoxification, and supports healthy liver and kidney function.

Dandelion in NHV Supplements

All NHV products are formulated by a holistic veterinarian and master herbalist with over 50 years of combined experience. The herbs in each blend are formulated at a dosage that is both safe and effective for pets and can be safely doubled for furkiddos that need extra support.

We use Dandelion in our five supplements, Felimm, Maris, Mellit, Multi Essentials, and Supraglan.

Felimm is our main support that can help pets fight off viral, fungal, and bacterial infections. Dandelion can be found in this herbal formulation and it can help to stimulate liver secretion, supports digestion, and can stimulate appetite.

Maris can help to promote healthy bowel movements and softer stools. Dandelion is included in this formulation as it can help with inflammation and digestion.

Mellit is our main support for pets dealing with diabetes and pancreatitis. Dandelion can also be found in this blend because it can help to protect the kidneys, liver, and can help to reduce swelling and inflammation.

Dandelion can be found in Multi Essentials, our multivitamin support, because it’s packed full of vitamins like A, B, C, and D. It also has essential minerals like iron, potassium, zinc, phosphorus, and magnesium.

Supraglan is our main support for furkids dealing with adrenal disorders like Cushing’s Disease and Addison’s Disease. Dandelion is part of this dietary supplement because it can help to stimulate liver secretion and promotes good digestion.


If you ever feel like you need some extra help in supporting your little furkiddo, we’re always here to help. Our team of pet experts and veterinarians is always on standby for you! Click the button below to get started!

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Published: September 3, 2021

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