Healthy and full-fledged nutrition of our Dogs is a guarantee of his well-being and long life.
However, we must remember that even the best composed food based on meat does not always provide the dog with all the vitamins.
When and which vitamins?
Vitamins in the case of a dog positively affect the body’s defense system and regulate the action of all systems. Taking them is especially important during the puppy period, when there is a rapid growth of all organs of the body.
Dogs should take both vitamins that dissolve in water, as well as those that dissolve in fats. Their presence allows to improve the process of vision, blood clotting, as well as better absorption of calcium, phosphorus or improvement of the digestive process.
Vitamin A is important, among other things, which positively affects the organ of vision, recommended also for skin problems and hair loss, this vitamin is also involved in the synthesis of certain hormones, which contributes to the proper functioning of the reproductive system. Vitamins B, on the other hand, are intended for active dogs, and vitamin C should be given with overloads of the body.
Lack of vitamin D will have a bad effect on the dog’s bone system, while vitamin E is a natural antioxidant that has the effect of slowing down the aging process. In addition, it strengthens the immune system and is recommended especially for dogs living in cities.
The vitamins themselves can be bought in powder, liquid or tablets. It is important to choose the right dose for the dog in the context of its weight and breed.