Dog vitamins and supplements are often incorporated into a dog’s diet to make sure that they get all the things that they need in order to live a healthy life and stay clean from any illness.
More and more people are starting to incorporate these products into their dog’s daily diet to make sure that their four-legged friend reaches optimal health, fitness and happiness.
There are many different products available out there however and it can be extremely confusing to separate the high quality ones from the low quality ones.
The average Joe doesn’t know the difference between vitamin A, vitamin B12 and vitamin C so that when it comes to picking out a bottle, it gets very tricky. Not to mention when it comes picking one for a pet.
Before we go on, it’s important to note that your pet may not need any additions to their daily diet. Your pet may already be very healthy and they may get all the nutrients that they need to live a healthy, happy and stress free life. On the other hand, your pet may be seriously lacking in essential nutrients and minerals which can make an enormous different to their well being and immune system.
Everything should be in moderation, too much of a good thing is a bad thing.
If you’re unsure if this is the case with your dog, contact and consult a qualified vet. They will then examine your pet and they will give you instructions on what to do next.
Without further ado, here are some of the things that you should look for when selecting a product:
Does it have vitamin A and Vitamin C?
Does it have good reviews from dog owners?
Has it been in the market for over 12 months?
Has any certified vet recommended the products (be wary of marketing ploys)?
Stay away from products that have too many warning labels. Also make sure the product is not fill of artificial ingredients, this can be dangerous for your dog.
These are just a few things to look for. There is a ton more information on the subject and you can read on more about various products online, in books or you can also choose to contact an expert or a vet.