Biotin For Dogs

If you want to add a boost of biotin to your dog’s diet, luckily, it can be found in many foods that are dog safe. Meats, particularly organ meats, are excellent sources of biotin, and dried liver snacks are a favorite of dogs everywhere! You can mix the occasional egg with your dog’s food, or top off their meal with green beans for a boost of biotin without a lot of extra calories.

Other dog safe foods that are good sources of biotin include:

  • Sweet potatoes
  • Salmon
  • Yeast
  • Avocado
  • Broccoli

High-quality dog food and multivitamins designed for dogs also contain biotin. Read the label to see if biotin is listed, or if the food or supplement contains ingredients that are natural sources of biotin.

Hungry Bark includes biotin in all 4 recipes. If you are looking for a supplement containing biotin, the Hungry Bark Whole Health Multivitamin Supplement Chews provide biotin as well as other essential vitamins and minerals, in a tasty, treat-like chew!

Hungry Bark foods and supplements are made with all-natural, whole food ingredients that are sustainably sourced. They also contain probiotics to aid in gut health. This is especially important in dogs since their gut bacteria are capable of producing biotin.

As you can see, biotin plays a very important role in nutrition. If you want your dog to keep their sleek, shiny coat, have boundless energy, and be the best version of themselves, make sure they’re getting enough biotin in their diet!



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