When to Give Your Dog a Pet Vitamin Supplement

by Geraldine Dimarco

What is it that you have every morning that gives you the energy to do what you want through out the day? The answer is simple, your vitamins. You have them to keep you active and resistant to ailments. Of course all these views are endorsed day in and day out by commercials and programs on television. And if you are a keen dog lover, you would naturally feel inclined to extend this healthy habit to your pets too. At the end of a stressful day, you do come home and unwind with your furry friend. So why not give him that extra boost for his energy levels too. Not only will your precious pooch be healthy, he will also live longer!

If you own a dog, you get constant licks on the face and cuddles from your baby. Did you know that dog vitamins will help your dog live a longer and healthier life? By giving them a good pet vitamin supplement you are helping to ensure that their immune system is running at its fullest potential. Just as with humans, our pets need supplements to keep up with the daily grind of life. With the recent pet food scare coming out of China, our dogs need their vitamins now more than ever. Even if you are even giving Fido a top quality dog food, he will still need supplements to stay at the top of his game. Many types of vitamins exist, and understanding which constitutes a good vitamin for your four legged friend can make all the difference in their health.

What type of dog vitamins that you give your dog will depend on where they are at in their life. For example, a very active puppy will need specific vitamins that will help him have the best start on his journey through life. They will more than likely need to include some sort of Omega-3 fatty acid to keep his heart healthy. Another type of popular pet supplement is for the older dogs. Many dog vitamins for senior dogs will have glucosamine included and this will help to keep their joints agile and moving. For the adult dog in the prime of his life, you can find vitamins that are specifically made for overall health and intended to just keep the animal at peak performance and health.

Dog owners should take special care while choosing the right type of vitamins for their precious pets. Keep in mind the requirement as per the breed and the age of your doggie. While purchasing the supplements and even the food, see the labels carefully to find out where the packet has come from. At times, many people buy stuff that is available at a discount. If it is the right food, go ahead but don?t buy it just because it is cheaper. This could cause damage to your pooch?s delicate digestive system. He or she could come down with a bout of diarrhea or some other tummy disorder when you change its diet. So, if you really really love and care for your little furry pal, take the trouble of finding out the specific requirements for them. Then go and purchase the best you can. Remember that they too need all the extra nourishment like we do to enjoy a healthy existence. It would be the ultimate gratification to have your precious babies grow with you and stay healthy too!

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