In a study conducted on sled dogs, blueberry supplementation elicited significantly elevated antioxidant status in the dogs.
This suggests that dogs fed blueberries should be better protected against oxidative damage. –
Aside from being classified as antiangiogenic aka anti-cancer, blueberries contain a compound called pterostilbene, a derivative of resveratrol.
These little blue powerhouses are good antioxidants because they contain phenolics that preferentially react with free radicals.
So, offering your furry companion blueberries can help protect them against cancer!
– Rodney Habib