Should You Give Chaga To Pets?

Our pets, let’s face it, are like our children. They are a member of our families and for the most part, tend to get the best of everything, even before ourselves. And why shouldn’t they? Pets can bring a lot of good into the lives of many, whether as a family addition or companion for the frail, ill and elderly. We cannot discount the impact they have on our lives. So what about supplementary additions for our pets?

Ailing pets can be a drain on us emotionally, not to mention financially, so it makes sense to look at some assistance, and maybe even preventative solutions for them as well as ourselves.

Give Chaga To Pets?

There are many online anecdotes that suggest dogs and cats may enjoy the taste of chaga with their food.

Do some research and of course, speak to your veterinary expert of the ways chaga can be introduced to your pet as a wealth builder, and a possible preventative from the conditions that some older pets may experience.

Of course at present there are no scientific studies done on the benefits of chaga when introduced into an animal’s diet, however, if you look at some people’s actual experiences, there probably should be.

There are no studies presently that consider chaga mushrooms tea to be a danger to dogs and cats.

Properties That May Assist

Some pet owners see that their furry friends have a new ‘pep’ in their step. With an older dog, for example, that is experiencing arthritic-like conditions, the anti-inflammatory Properties chaga mushroom products offers can be a real gift for you both.

Being able to move with more comfort gives our pets a quality of life that may not have been available previously.

If your pet has been ailing through sickness, an energy boost from a few drops of chaga a day may help with his ability to recover and assist with getting back to normal exercise routines

Of course, modern medications can offer relief, but it’s good to consider alternatives with the view of simply aiding what can be a debilitating ailment.

Better alertness, and movement, and an overall appearance of well-being can result from small amounts you add in a pet’s daily food.

Siberian Chaga Extract with Betulin

This may be the solution you have been looking for to assist with improving your pet’s condition.

If your pets need a boost for their chaga immune system or if you feel they are not so alert, chaga may be the perfect solution.

The same inherent properties that make chaga to go-to supplement for humans, can be the same remedy for the other cherished members of our families. It is with a light heart that people turn to alternative remedies for their pets.

We wouldn’t let our human counterparts suffer, so why should we let our pets?

It is not that we seek to turn our backs on today’s veterinary medication, but simply look to accompanying and partner solutions. Should you give chaga to pets? Do some research and see the positives for yourself.

28 responses to “Should You Give Chaga To Pets?”

  1. my dog has cancer and want to ease her pain ,how much chaga ,should I give her ,it,s in a bottle with a dropper 1;1 dual extract ,she weights app, 20 lbs

  2. My dog is around 55 lbs how much chaga in milligrams can she have per day of Inontus Obliquus 8% Beta Glucan per 5oo mg capsule?

    • Dear John,

      Thank you very much for contacting Sayan. Chaga mushroom extract powder would be a good supplement for your dog. Just to let you know – our Chaga extract powder doesn’t contain any alcohol since it is produced by water extraction method only. We have many other clents who use our chaga extract for their pets.

      The dosage for dogs would be 1/8 tsp of Chaga extract powder per day per 10 kg / 22 lbs dog.

      Thank you very much, please let us know if you have any other questions

  3. So I have a 19 year old cat. She hasn’t been to the vet much in her life, Her brother was the sickly one. I noticed her showing signs of going blind. But today shes fine. Her Iris’s are always dialated now. My Best friend said thats usually high blood pressure. I’m also thinking shes starting to have kidney issues. I started her on a powdered chaga mixed with herbs. Which i use for myself. I mixed it with pumpkin and some “missing link” and she gobbled it all down. she wont eat wet food unless its a soup. I’m excited to see the results I have been using mushrooms for a few years now and haven’t been sick in a while. I’m hoping this is going to help my cat. I wholeheartedly believe the commute to the vet would be too stressful and she would be worse off, or die. Shes not crying in pain, she can jump on the couch or the bed with no issues. shes eating well. So I’m thinking we have time. Willing to try anything at this point.

  4. Hi my cat has sarcoma she weighs 7 kilograms how much chaga powder should I give her daily? Can it help in the case of sarcoma?

    • Hello Andrea,

      Not really sure what would be dosage for cats, but i assume you can use dog analogy for the weigh: ​The dosage for dogs would be 1/8 tsp of Chaga extract powder per day per 10 kg / 22 lbs dog.

      AS for sarcoma, you can definitely add to your cat’s diet, it will overall improve cat’s immune system and will help with its condition.

  5. Hi
    I have question
    My cat 3 years old and he is have dry fip and he is 3,8 kiloo gerams
    How can i use chaga for my cat?

    • Hello Donya,

      Not really sure what would be dosage for cats, but i assume you can use dog analogy for the weigh: ​The dosage for dogs would be 1/8 tsp of Chaga extract powder per day per 10 kg / 22 lbs dog.

  6. Is it in powdered form? Tincture? How do i make my dog drink Chaga tea? Can the powdered form or tincture be placed on food? A simple instruction would be helpful.

    • Chaga extract comes in powder form which could be dissolve in any liquid and given to your dog or simply mixed with dog food. Please note that when we say it can be mixed with food, we mean not just place extract on top of the food but rather mix it with dog food. Since extract has little bit of bitter taste mixing with food or with liquid prevent from bitter taste for dogs.

  7. I harvest my own Chaga , what would be the recommended dose for a 16 pound Boston Terrier?
    She is getting old and has back and digestive issues

  8. What would be the dose for ground up wild harvested Chaga ?
    I have a 16 lb Boston Terrier , she has multiple issues.

    • Dear John Chicoine,

      Thank you very much for contacting Chaga Natural. You can give chaga extract powder to your dog. Chaga extract powder doesn’t contain any alcohol since it is produced by water extraction method only. ​The dosage for dogs would be 1/8 tsp of Chaga extract powder per day per 10 kg / 22 lbs dog.

      We can’t tell you how much raw chaga tea should be drinking since it is hard to calculate how much chaga mushroom the dog will be getting. So if you plan to buy raw chaga and brew a tea from raw chaga, we would suggest about two 12 oz cups a day should do it.

  9. How should I administer to my 2 dogs in need of immune balancing and boosting? 12 & 16 lbs. Should I use the tea, extract, powder? Which one and and how much please? Is this safe for them? Where is the chaga origin?

    • Thank you very much for contacting Sayan. You can give chaga extract powder to your dog. Chaga extract powder doesn’t contain any alcohol since it is produced by water extraction method only. It is safe for dogs. ​The dosage for dogs would be 1/8 tsp of Chaga extract powder per day per 10 kg / 22 lbs dog.

    • Do you use raw chaga or extract chaga powder? The dosage which we provided was for chaga extract powder. If you use raw chaga and brew a tea than it would be probably better if you consult with your veterinarian.

  10. Well, it’s hard to tell , but usually within 3-4 days owners notice difference in energy. But please keep in m ind that every pet is different. You can also slightly bump up little daily dose in two weeks since your cat has tumor and we usually recommend higher daily dose for those animals. I would suggest give chaga for 4 weeks and than take a week off and than again for 4 weeks.

  11. my cat had a seizure and the vet thinks she might have a tumor in her brain? She is on 2 medications.Levetiracetam and Prednisolone. My question is if I can give her some chaga tea to help with the tumor?

    • Hello Cindy,

      Yes you can give chaga extract powder to your cat. We have many customers who gave chaga extract to their pets. The dosage would as following: 1/8 tsp per day per 10 kg.

      Please let us know if you have any other questions.

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