Precious Parsley our top 5 reasons to include Parsley in your dog's diet Parsley has a long list of health benefits universally recognised to benefit our four-legged friends. Although you wouldn’t normally think of adding parsley to your dog’s diet it's a great source of vitamin K, C and Iron to name a few. In fact, it’s so good that we use it in most of our 100% natural and complete recipes for dogs. Here are our top 5 benefits that Parsley can provide for your canine companion: May improve bad breath Parsley is antimicrobial, which means that it helps to prevent bacteria and other germs from growing and therefore can be effective in helping improve bad breath Helps Dogs with Urinary IssuesParsley leaves have antiseptic properties and can be helpful in treating urinary tract infections. Since parsley is a diuretic, it is also useful in boosting kidney function and can benefit dogs with heart problems because it helps stimulate the kidneys to eliminate the excess fluids in the lungs and/or other organs. Parsley is rich in Vitamin K Vitamin K is used to regulate blood clotting within your dog, can promote healthy liver function and aids conversion of glucose into glycogen to help your dogs body store energy. Rich in Vitamin C This well-known vitamin has many benefits for your four-legged friend, and may help to relieve stress. Your dog can get many types of physical and emotional stress from moving house to a little too much exercise. Much research has shown that dogs that have supplemented vitamin C are more resilient to disease and can recover at a quicker rate from illness and even surgery. Helps Dogs Stung by Bees If your dog has been stung by a bee, you can mash a handful of fresh parsley with a little bit of water and rub it on the bee sting. This remedy not only eliminates some of the pain, but also neutralises the poison.