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The Cambridge Chronicle
By Ask Dog Lady
Thursday, May 25, 2006

Dear Dog Lady,

Q: Just wondering if blueberries are good for dogs?


A: Kevin, oh goodness yes, blueberries are the antioxidants sent from heaven. Many holistic dog foods now contain dried blueberries. Blueberries are also a healthy additive in treats. Dog Lady gives a spontaneous plug to Blueberry Crisps (wagtailfarm.com), dog biscuits made with blueberries and cinnamon that come packaged cutely in a cardboard berry carton. You can find them at many pet boutiques in the Boston area. The yummies smell delish and darling loves them.


"I am very pleased to see the introduction of Bís Blueberry Crisps to the marketplace of all-natural products for our canine companions.

Researchers have reported that a blueberry-enriched diet may improve cognitive function in older dogs. Blueberries are rich in natural antioxidants that play an important role in preventing or slowing a buildup of oxidative damage in brain aging. In fact, studies have demonstrated that older dogs that consume blueberries and other antioxidants over several years are more able to perform tasks, and learn new ones, than old dogs fed a standard diet.  

So I encourage the addition of Bís Blueberry Crisps and other fruits and vegetables rich in antioxidants in the diets of older dogs."

Stephen J.  DeVincent, DVM  


From Ask Dog Lady

"A Thrill On Blueberry Hill"

"Blueberry Crisps are the cool summer treat for dogs to devour and humans to wonder if it would be OK to take a bite. The Crisps come cozily packaged in a reusable cardboard berry carton lined with blue tissue paper. They taste delish if Dog Lady's dog can be trusted as a food critic. Darling turns up his nose at many boring biscuits, but these Blueberry Crisps got him all excited. Dog Lady has not stooped to stealing one of her dog's cookies, but she can report the cinnamony smell of Blueberry Crisps is heavenly. The cookies are made with blueberries and honey and promise lots of healthy antioxidants. There's a picture of a collie on the boxtop."


From Home Ft. Lauderdale December 2005 Issue


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