Apple Cider Vinegar for Pets? Yes or No?

We all love our furry best friends and want them to live their happiest, healthiest, and longest life don’t we? For that to happen we need to prioritize our pet’s health by assuring they’re getting proper exercise, sleep, and most importantly the proper nutrients to keep them feeling well. 

Like us, our pets need a wide range of nutrients and vitamins to keep them feeling happy and healthy, but unlike us, they don’t know what these essential nutrients are. That’s where we come in, to make sure they’re getting the best quality foods available for them, one of these being, apple cider vinegar. Yes, apple cider vinegar! 

Apple Cider Vinegar has been proven to aid humans with their immune system, digestive system, heart health, and more but did you know that this also applies to most pets? 

Here are some of the benefits that come from including Apple Cider Vinegar in your pet’s diet: 

Improvement in Digestive Health: The probiotics and prebiotics in apple cider vinegar help support good gut health by introducing and enhancing good bacteria in your dog’s stomach. 

Relieves Arthritis and Joint Pain from Inflammation: Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, apple cider vinegar is known to help relieve joint pain caused by inflammation which can be very common in older dogs. 

Prevents and Treats UTIs: Because of it’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, Apple Cider Vinegar has been used to help treat UTIs. Its acidic properties also help neutralize your pet’s PH balance which in return helps prevent any future UTIs.

Reduces High Blood Pressure: Consuming Apple Cider Vinegar is known to help reduce blood pressure which can improve heart health and prevent diabetes. 


Including Apple Cider Vinegar in your pet’s diet won’t make them live forever, but it can help them live longer and healthier lives for them to spend with you! Fire Brew’s Pet Brew - made from a base blend that contains apple cider vinegar and other natural ingredients such as blueberries, spinach, apples, ginger, turmeric, and more so your pet cant reap all the benefits of these superfoods!