Can dogs eat lemongrass

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Can dogs eat lemongrass

I found a picture that I wanted to try. I have some lemongrass that I bought in bulk and I was wondering if I can use it to make a dog treat? I know there's a lot of stuff out there on the internet saying not to but this is my first time trying it.

So far they've been very good with their food, although they do have a tendency to eat the whole bag within the week. They even eat out of a bag that I put in their bowl, that they have to work to get to (but they like it and I don't mind).



I find lemongrass works best as a flavoring rather than a dog food ingredient. There is a fr amount of sodium content in the lemongrass, and the only way you can really use lemongrass in food is to remove most of the sodium and make it taste more like the fresh stuff.

However, it is possible to do it with some care. My vet recommended that I soak the lemongrass in water overnight, change the water a few times, and then dry it and grind it into powder. I also use the fresh stuff (the stalks).

I have a small scale coffee grinder that I use to grind the powder, and then I sprinkle it on my dogs' food. If you have a small food processor that can be set to grind (it isn't strong enough to grind hard material like corn husks), then you could use that.

Another way to use lemongrass is to steep it in oil, then use that oil in your cooking. A good source for lemongrass oil is here.

My cats love lemongrass. They seem to associate it with catnip. They get very excited by it and start running about the house. I think they think they can get high on lemongrass, but in the end they have to run it off.

I bought a contner of lemongrass at a grocery store for about 4 dollars, but that seems kind of high. If you bought the dried stalks, it could be about a dollar. But you should be able to find it in the bulk food section of your grocery store. I don't know what the fresh stuff costs at the store.


"Some good is to be found in all evil. In the bad is the seed of the future good." ~ Al-Jahiz

We have an all-natural dog food (it's in the bag), but I always try to get organic, and in our area, organic lemongrass is super-expensive. So I've found that I can buy the lemongrass oil and mix it with peanut oil. The lemongrass oil is very inexpensive and seems to work just as well as any other oil for our dogs. You can use lemongrass oil in a lot of different ways. Just google the stuff.

My dogs love the stuff! I've had to adjust the quantities, though. The dogs don't really seem to have a problem eating it, but it can be a bit strong on the breath. So I would start by mixing in 1/2 a tablespoon and see how your dog takes to it. You can always add more, if your dog needs it.


"Some good is to be found in all evil. In the bad is the seed of the future good." ~ Al-Jahiz

This stuff is so good, if I could I would eat it!

If you read the other posts, you can see the whole range of things that lemongrass can be used for. I think I'll stick to the oils.

I just bought some lemongrass from the store. They were charging $4.99 for 3 ounces! I got it for $3.29. I think that's pretty good.

I have two dogs and I would feed them one of these bags a day. It lasts quite a while.

If you want to mix the lemongrass oil with peanut oil, you could. I just tried it the other day and I found that the lemongrass and peanut oil tasted pretty good together.


"Some good is to be found in all evil. In the bad is the seed of the future good." ~ Al-Jahiz

I use lemongrass oil, but mix it with olive oil, and use it in salad dressing. I find that the lemongrass really gives a lift to the salad and tastes good too.


"Some good is to be found in all evil. In the bad is the seed of the future good." ~ Al-Jahiz

My mother makes something similar. A lot of people don't like it, but it's good on dogs.


"Some good is to be found in all evil. In the bad is the seed of the future good." ~ Al-Jahiz

This is interesting, it was on one of my previous threads. It would be really good to make a lemongrass dog treat. I have a friend who loves to do this. If you do a google search, you'll find several websites that offer recipes and instructions.

One of my dogs loves lemongrass treats!


"Some good is to be found in all evil. In the bad is the seed of the future good." ~ Al-Jahiz

We have a family member that grows lemongrass and makes lemongrass oil and tea. We buy ours from him for our home use and have it in bulk. He has told us that the oil is very good for dogs, and we have been using it for treats, treats, treats.

We have been making lemongrass rolls for my dogs. I think it is a great idea and a very healthy treat. I find that they don't chew them too fast or too much, they

Watch the video: my dogs eat lemon grass (July 2022).


  1. Kara

    It's impossible.

  2. Macmurra

    To merge. I agree with all of the above-said. Let us try to discuss the matter. Here, or in the afternoon.

  3. Meztikora

    Thank you very much for the information you need.

  4. Taut

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