For pets, balanced nutrition is very important. Vitamins play a very important role in the growth of puppies and the daily life of adult dogs. In pet health products, vitamin supplement is also common, so how to correctly supplement vitamins for pets? What should we pay attention to when replenishing vitamins for pets? Do puppies and adult dogs need vitamin supplement?
Advice if needed: for pets that are already deficient in nutrition, or have recently been sick or weakened, supplement is needed; for pets that are pregnant or lactating (Pet Care) and those with metabolic diseases. In addition, if the dog has special skin problems and has been feeding leftovers or low-quality pet food before, it needs to be supplemented in time. Vitamin ingredients can be found on the product label: Lactobacillus acidophilus: beneficial bacteria, normal digestive flora (AIDS). Can reduce the dog’s abdominal distention, diarrhea, dry skin, matte skin, bad breath and other problems.
Antioxidants: This is an important part of pet nutrition deficiency. Antioxidants help to inhibit the oxidation process in normal cell metabolism. It is believed that oxidation can cause cell damage.
Beer yeast: a good source of protein and B vitamins. Vitamin B: useful for tissue repair or irritating appetite. Vitamin C: supports healthy bones, teeth and skin. Helps dogs absorb iron. Calcium: calcium deficiency is common in lactating pets. Mothers of lactating dogs lose a third of their calcium, so it’s good to supplement vitamins with calcium.