Daily Multi-Vitamin and Minerals for Dogs – Dancing Paws

A lot of the natural minerals and vitamins are lost during processing, making it necessary for food makers to add them separately. The domestication of cats and dogs has made supplementing an essential component of the food making process, since they cannot go out into the wild to find the sources for these ingredients on their own. Just as with humans, vitamins and minerals aid in the metabolic, digestive and immune system processes, and help to keep the nerves and blood cells at their healthiest.

Dr. Harvey's MultiVitamin, Mineral Herbal Supplement for Dogs and Cats

You're not the only one who can benefit from a multi vitamin and mineral—your dog can too! PetGuard makes it easy with this Multi-Vitamin & Mineral for Dogs. This chewable vitamin and mineral supplement treat is delicious—dogs love the flavor! Plus it has no sugar or preservatives, and no artificial colors or flavors, so you know you're giving your dog the best!

Important Vitamins, Minerals and Amino Acids for Dogs and Cats

health & care Vitamins, Minerals and Herbal Remedies for Dogs A well-balanced, high-quality dog food will help your dog meet all its nutritional needs. Check the nutritional label of your dog's food for necessary vitamins and minerals, advises Dr. Katy Nelson, a veterinarian. While these can be posted as separate ingredients, you also might simply find sources listed. For instance, animal by-products are a good source of many vitamins and minerals, says veterinarian Dr. Bernadine Cruz.

What about vitamins, minerals and other supplements for old dogs?

I’m also looking for a free of synthetic vitamins and minerals, grain free/good for sensitive dogs to allergies, and i can make it into a rotational dry kibble diet(cans are too expensive to feed to large dogs and i dont have the fridge space for a raw/home made diet). I recently heard of different studies (done with humans, not dogs so it might/not apply) where the researchers compared the health of people who took synthetic vitamins from pills and those that took their vitamins from their diet(vegetables, fruits, meats ect.). They found that those that took synthetic vitamins had higher occurrences of cancer than those who ate their naturally occurring vitamins in foods. Here are two sources where you can get this info from: ,
“Can nutritional supplements lower cancer risk?
There is strong evidence that a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and other plant-based foods may reduce the risk of cancer. But there is no proof at this time that supplements can reduce cancer risk. Some high-dose supplements may actually increase cancer risk.”

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