Please note: honey is safe for dogs and also recommended for dogs … in reasonable amounts. Like most things in life, too much of a good thing can turn bad. 🙂 So you don’t want to give too much honey to your Bulldog.
But in terms of sweeteners, this is the best sweetener because the sugars are more easily digested than processed sugars – and because of the health benefits that honey has.
Here are the Top 6 reasons why we use honey in our superfood biscuits:
- Digestion  
- Allergies 
- Immune System / Anti-bacterial  
- Cardiovascular system  
- Kennel Cough   
If your Bulldog suffers from allergies, honey may help. There is a small amount of pollen that can desensitize your Bulldog’s body so they won’t over-react to pollen when their exposed to it in large doses in the spring and summer. 
#3: Immune System / Anti-Bacterial
This is fairly obvious … but honey is a sugar and sugar boost energy. There is anecdotal evidence to show that honey may help older dogs regain some of their energy.
Honey may help lower triglycerides and increase HDL (“good”) cholesterol. Increasing HDL Cholesterol helps lower LDL (“bad”) cholesterol. Honey also contains flavonoid antioxidants – which is associated to a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease. 
#6: Kennel Cough
Kennel Cough is a highly contagious respiratory disease. It’s commonly contracted at dog boarding and daycare facilities, dog parks, dog shows, etc.
Kennel cough is typically treated with rest and/or antiobiotics. There is also a vaccine called “bordetella bacterium” which many dog boarders and daycare facilities require. Bordetella bacterium is the most common agent to cause kennel cough (but not the only).
We know as humans that consuming honey can provide some relief from a cough or cold … it may also help your dog with it’s cough or snotty nose. Honey’s antibacterial properties may also help.   
When you are looking for a dog biscuit for your Bulldog … read the label.
Find one that uses honey as the natural sweetener in the biscuit!
The Typical Health Issues of Bulldogs:
Bulldogs have some common health issues they are more prone to than other dog breeds.
When you compare the potential benefits of Honey to the common issues that Bulldogs are known for, you understand why we consider Honey to be one the best sweetening superfoods for Bulldogs.
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