Supplements for pets...are they worth it? Do you take a multivitamin while getting ready for the day? Do you give your children those Flintstones vitamins you used to take as a kid? It's much easier to take a supplement to fill the gaps of nutrition that you may not be getting from your food. Now, what about your pets? You give them the best food possible but are they getting the correct amount of nutrients they need to live a complete life? Many pet owners are discovering through research or as a suggestion from their veterinarians that supplements are beneficial in multiple ways.
If your kitty and pup are healthy and have a good appetite for the commercial pet food you're giving them, they're likely in no need of supplements. However, if you're noticing a lack of appetite, or if they require additional intake of certain ingredients because of particular health needs, it would be wise to look into supplements.
Do note, if you're currently giving your furry friend a prescriptive food, they may already be getting the added vitamins and minerals their body needs. There is a chance the supplements would work adversely with the prescription pet food. As you would speak to your veterinarian about adding a prescriptive food, talk to them about the health benefits of adding a supplement.
Let's go back to the beginning. We want to make sure we're giving our families and pets the correct nutrients for a healthy life. At the same time, we are very cautious about what supplements we take before putting them in our bodies. Too much of anything, even if it is healthy, can have a negative affect. Always check with your veterinarian before changing your furry friend's diet or supplements.
Again, just as different people have different physical responses to foods and herbs, it is important to keep in mind that even if a supplement has been effectively proven to have a beneficial effect, each body is different, and what might be good for one animal is not always good for another. This is especially true if your pet has a pre-existing health problem.
Just like humans, all animals are created differently. One supplement may be a huge improvement to Fido but the same supplement may not help Rover as much. Overall, all pets can benefit from the addition of supplements. Strawfield Pets Omega-3 Gel Capsule products are an excellent source of the important omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. EPA and DHA help support skin and coat health, joint health, heart health, immune system health, cellular health, and brain and eye development and maintenance. Daily supplementation with Omega-3 Gel Capsules products is a proactive way to help support overall health for your pet companions. Omega-3 Gel Capsules provides your dogs and cats with what they need to keep feeling and looking their best!
Not only are supplements able to prevent ailments to your furry friend but there is a myriad of other benefits.
Immune System-the essential fatty acids found in fish oil also benefit the immune system.
Heart- Omega 3 is highly beneficial to the heart is are required for maintaining a healthy heart in your cats and dogs. It also helps to keep cholesterol at a healthy level.
Daily supplementation with Omega-3 Gel Capsules products is a proactive way to help support overall health for your pet companions. Omega-3 Gel Capsules provides your dogs and cats with what they need to keep feeling and looking their best!