Dog Vitamins – Dogs Need Vitamins Too!
Your Dog Needs Vitamins, Too!
Disease is a process which gradually debilitates the cells of an organism. The organism may be you, or me, or your dog (or mine!)
Debilitated cells are unable to rebuild, regenerate and repair damage which inevitably occurs just through the fact of being alive and moving day by day closer to the end of life.
Of course, much greater damage can be caused by poor nutrition or other dietary deficiencies or excesses, environmental poisons, physical and/or emotional stress or insufficient exercise. In short, anything which pushes the organism past its optimum capacity, or causes it to fall short of its optimum capacity, can and will cause damage and will debilitate the cells.
Pet vitamin supplements for your dog work by feeding your dog’s cells in such a way that helps debilitated cells activate their natural regenerative power. When this natural regenerative power is restored your dog’s original vitality returns. You may notice a marked improvement in your dog’s appearance, and, depending upon your dog’s current age now, your dog may well appear considerably younger than his/her actual age.
Naturally if your dog is still a pup, there’s unlikely to be so much of a noticeable change, but your puppy will surely benefit from lifelong treatment with vitamins and live to a healthy ripe old age. Wouldn’t that be great?
Yes, your dog can certainly benefit from a vitamin supplement.
Check out the best one here: Dog Vitamins!
You may have tried one or more pet vitamin supplements already and not seen any real benefits. The key with vitamin supplements, though, is that they support and encourage a healthy system, so any results you can actually see may be quite gradual.
Personally, I’ve seen some very promising results with both of my dogs with these specialized dog vitamins.
I think you might, too!
(C) 2004, Brigitte Smith, Healthy Happy Dogs
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