I didn't go on the internet to COUNTER, but rather to look at the safety and if any real research bears it out. If legit site sources upset you, I am sorry.
But giving a dog pancreatitis from too much oil is dangerous, so along with your personal belief it helped YOU, the person needs to know there are safety concerns. If my purpose was to totally scare them off it, I would have included warnings for dogs with liver issues and other things I found. Instead I gave one study so they can consider if it is valuable enough for the risks.
Fats should be given so that they comprise 6 per cent of the dietary calories on a dry
weight basis. This will be accomplished by supplying 0.51 gm/lb/day (1.32 gm/kg/day) of fat in
the diet. Fats are necessary to supply essential fatty acids, fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K), and
improve palatability. Excessive fat supplementation may worsen signs of encephalopathy if the
fat source contains large quantities of short chain fatty acids, e.g., coconut oil.
My ONLY purpose, because I had personal experience (differing from yours), was to find out if safe, recommended and any legit studies so the person can make an INFORMED decision. I didn't want something that could damage the dog not responded to if there was concerns.. Instead, because I didn't know myself, I looked and shared. I think it is important for the dog's safety to be fully informed.
Personally, I like when I am given more facts to consider, even if those facts point out I was wrong. Oh wait, ESPECIALLY if they do, because then I learn something and I don't keep on giving out misinformation.