Natural organic dog vitamins that are carefully formulated for the specific needs of dogs support a healthy canine metabolism and promote a strong immune system. Energy boosting and rich in antioxidants, potent vitamins such as the Rockwell Pets Pro Natural Vitamins are beneficial for dogs of all ages.
The most common vitamins given to dogs are to promote healthy joints and to reduce shedding or make that coat shine. Also, if a dog has digestive problems, sometimes pet owners offer probiotics to their furry friends to help alleviate any indigestion or discomfort. As dogs grow older, the tendency for them to get or to be obese has increased in recent years, and as a result, they require more vitamins.
Does my dog need vitamins? It all depends on your dog’s diet. Pet owners who believe in a homemade diet might want to consider a vitamin or supplement to make up for the nutrients that are lacking in the homemade food. Those feeding their dogs commercial pet food need to be aware of the production process employed to ensure that vitamins and minerals are still present in the final product. Often processed food has undergone so many iterations that, similar to human food, not many vitamins or minerals are left.
At the end of the day, all dogs need vitamins. They need vitamin A,D,C, and E, among others just like people. Some dogs might also need dedicated multivitamins, supplements, or any other type of vitamin given a specific condition that the dog has been diagnosed with. If they have a heart problem, they might have a B12 deficiency, if the dog suffers from anorexia or muscle twitches, the vet my recommend B6. Also, the dog’s breed will play a factor into their condition and which vitamins they are more prone to lacking.
What is your experience? Do you think dogs need vitamin supplements?