Why Your Dog Needs Vitamins?

To maintain a healthy quality of life, it is very much essential that you make right nutritional balance for your dog. Vitamins and minerals are essential elements for their bodies and they keep your dog’s body working correctly, remove toxins and assist in digestion. Along with vitamins, minerals and natural enzymes help dogs to remain active and healthy. However, not all the vitamins work same in your dog’s body.

A huge number of bodily functions require vitamins. That is why it is very much important to have a balance of all the vitamins. There are mainly two types of vitamins – water soluble and fat soluble. Fat soluble vitamins are stored in fatty tissues and the liver. Vitamins like A, D, E and K are soluble in fatty tissues and they remain in the body for a long time.

Water soluble vitamins are flushed out of the body of your dog on a regular basis. B Group of vitamins and Vitamin C are some of the water soluble vitamins. Unlike human beings, a dog’s body can produce their own vitamin C. So, one needs to supply their dog with B vitamins.

If your dog is getting all the required nutritions from their regular food, you may not have to opt for a supplement. But, if you get a supplement for your puppy, it can boost their regular growth. Even the supplements can be of help for the senior dogs, as they may have difficulties in absorbing nutrients. Before you decide on supplying supplements, you should consult your vet, as they may suggest you the right kind of supplement according to the body mass and nutritional requirements. Pet Cal is one such supplement that can supply your dog with Vitamin D that supports strong, healthy bones and teeth in dogs.

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