Your pets need vitamins as much as you do. Pet Vitamins supplements can be added to the food of pet animals to make up for possible vitamin deficiencies.
Supplements for pets come in different forms for ease of use by pet owners. Pet tabs, Pet supplements, dog sedatives and neutraceuticals are some of the forms in which pet vitamins are sold in the market.
All vitamin and mineral supplements are directed towards the most common ailments of cats and dogs such as allergies, anxiety; loss of appetite; bites, cuts and wounds; indigestion, skin and coat problems and problems of a similar nature.
that working dogs be given vitamins
While there are vitamins for dogs and vitamins for cats, most cat and dog pet supplements are recommended for maintaining the health of your pets. Dogs that work hard and are often stressed out require vitamin supplements to keep them healthy and fit. Most dog vitamins are formulated to eliminate the symptoms of stress. Vets in fact, recommend that hard working dogs should be given vitamins as normal daily supplements in order to ensure proper digestion and good health of your pet dog.
Ideally dogs should be given a complete and balanced B complex that includes all the 11 B-Vitamins, a full range of fat soluble vitamins including Vitamins A, D, E and K and the eleven vital minerals needed for composition of body fluids, formation of blood and bone and maintenance of healthy body and nerve functions. Cats, too, require a high calcium diet and calcium supplements are recommended for cats that lead an activity filled life.
You can even use a Natural Flea Remedy, if you're so inclined.
Omega 3 Fatty
acid intake will help you maintain the healthy shiny coat of your pet
dog or cat. Antioxidants are considered essential for cell development
while trace minerals are necessary for honing up the efficiency of all
body functions. Digestive enzymes and Probiotics are recommended for
improving digestion. (Read about Fish
Oil for Dogs.)
that are considered essential and beneficial to your cat or dog are
ascorbic acid or vitamin C. Yucca which reduces fecal odor and gas and
alfalfa which cleanses the body system and restores health are also
beneficial vitamin supplements that can be added to your pet’s diet.
With this brief overview of vitamins for pets, we hope
you now appreciate that the use of these supplements for
pets is just as important, or in some cases even more essential than
their use by their owners.
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