Senior Vitamins for Old Dogs and Cats
Old dogs and cats have changing health needs - vitamins for senior pets can help!
Geriatric pets have a harder time absorbing nutrients, and tend to excrete more of them through their kidneys. Their digestive system may become more sensitive and/or not able to break down foods as they once did. Additionally, some old dogs and cats don't have the hearty appetite they once had, either due to dental or other health problems.
Studies show that vitamins, digestive enzymes, antioxidants and adaptogenic herbs can help improve digestion, boost the immune system and offer added protection against complications that may arise during the aging process in older pets.
Why should I give my senior dog or cat a vitamin supplement?
Extensive research has shown that many modern-day ailments and diseases are caused by nutrient deficiencies, and exposure to environmental toxins. Fortunately, there is something we can do to support the health and the normal growth and development of our pets. By enhancing your pet's diet with a wide spectrum of supplemental vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acids, we can help make up for nutritional deficiencies … which means your best friend will stay healthier longer.
So stack the odds in your pet's favor. Start today by giving it the required nutrients it needs for balanced health and the most practical “pet insurance” that money can buy.
Vitamins for Old Dogs and Cats:
Canine Plus Senior
Canine Plus Senior Chews
Canine Geriatric Basics
Nu-Cat Senior Chews
Cat-Cal Nutritional Gel
Learn more about the role that vitamins, mineral and amino acids have on your pet's health.
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