(This was on a non-animal group page--brought over so the members of this group could check this out.)
Common Kitchen Herbs that Are Good for Dogs
Chances are, your spice rack and/or herb garden is packed with herbs that are not only safe to give your dog but are also canine cancer-fighting, breath-freshening, and stomach-soothing. Rosemary, basil, peppermint, oregano, and parsley are all good for dogs, and have benefits that range from helping with digestive problems, diarrhea, and gas to radio-protective effects, helpful for animals undergoing chemotherapy. Nausea and travel sickness, bad breath, and more can also be assuaged with the right herb! To find out which herb helps which condition, check out our gallery of herbs beneficial to dogs. (Dosage information follows the last herb featured.)
Above is the link where they share more in detail about each herb and the benefits it gives to your dog.
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