We asked Shawna Abrams, President of Party Animal Pet Food, why they used coconut oil in their canned Cocolicious line of dog foods. “Coconut oil is a mild flavored and extremely stable oil that has an array of health benefits for pets and humans alike,” says Shawna. “We began using the oil in our products because we feel that pets should be benefiting from this magnificent oil as much as humans are. Coconut oil contains lauric acid, one of those good fats we are always in search of. Additionally the oil does not break down in heat or light and also has anti bacterial and anti fungal properties. ”I have been giving my four Coconut oil for almost a year now. At first I did notice some weight gain so I cut back on the oil and also give them shredded coconut and coconut milk. The extra fiber is great and recommended by our vet and they love the taste. Tear stains are gone, their ears have been clean and healthy. I have a “foot licker” and drooler, his feet and chin are not stained either. I have 3 Golden’s and a mini Goldendoodle so health concerns are a priority.
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This phenomenon tends to protect the hybrid's health, because first generation mixes are generally much more vigorous and much healthier than subsequent inbred generations. Their personalities are also much more likely to be pleasing to families, in that they are generally very friendly and affectionate, as well as intelligent and easy to train. They make excellent pets and service dogs, and because they are part poodle, they generally shed very little. This makes them perfect pets for those with allergies. Because they're so intelligent and easily trained, they make superb service dogs and family pets, both. They are generally very friendly toward children, but because of their poodle characteristics especially, they can be high strung and can exhibit "alpha dog" characteristics toward their humans if they are not properly trained right away. They absolutely must have guidance and structure if they are to be well behaved. As with the poodle, they are so intelligent that they can actually pick up on whether or not an owner is weak minded and can be dominated. In short, if the Goldendoodle can dominate its owner, it will. Because of that, the owner of the Goldendoodle must be calm but assertive and establish "top dog" status right away while the new family member is still a puppy. The Goldendoodle is a hybrid enjoying a surge in popularity.