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- Dr. Jacob Klos, DVM
Results in as little as 3 Weeks!
- Your dog starts their journey to better overall health
- Improvement in coat and stronger nails
- Immune system starts to get stronger
- Improvement in allergies
- Better joint mobility
- Better heart health and blood flow
- Increased nutrient absorption
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Acting as an anti-inflammatory, boswellia can help reduce the formation of leukotrienes in your dog, which are the molecules responsible for soreness, swelling and tenderness. This leads to better joint health and improved digestion.
A natural extract, krill oil is one of the richest sources for Omega-3s available. Omega-3s help the body store energy, regulate hormones, and can lead to healthier skin and coat, improved brain development, reduction in heart disease, improved bone health, pain relief, improved liver function and can help boost their immune system!
Yucca Schidigera Root
Rich in vitamin A, B and C, yucca schidigera root has been shown to have reduced pain, inflammation, and arthritic symptoms in dogs along with decreasing plaque and tartar build up in their mouths. It is also rich in antioxidants and antimicrobials that help strengthen your dogs immune system.
Vitamin A Acetate
Vitamin A plays a vital role in the body - from skin health to eyesight, as well as growth and bone development, low levels of vitamin A can cause numerous serious health problems, including loss of vision.
Unlike humans, dogs do not process sunlight in the same manner and cannot convert it to vitamin D, so they require a little extra help consuming vitamin D. Vitamin D plays an important role in maintaining calcium levels, muscle function, bone and tooth health, immunity, as well as kidney and vision function. Although rare, ditamin D deficiency can be very serious and can cause muscle weakness, congestive heart failure or heart disease, hair loss and tiredness.
An essential nutrient for dogs, vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps dogs neutralize free radicals, the cause of oxidative stress. Vitamin E promotes a healthy heart, immune system, muscles, liver, and improves skin and coat.
Like vitamin E, vitamin C is a free radical, but it also can help reduce inflammation and cognitive aging. When dogs are sick or stress they rapidly deplete their bodies output of vitamin C which often leads to skin diseases. Research also shows that dogs who receive a vitamin C supplement show greater resistance to disease and recover from injury and illness better.
More commonly known as vitamin B3, niacinamide can be effective in treating inflammatory skin conditions since it is a core vitamin that helps the breakdown of fatty acids which helps your dog digest healthy fats. It also improves your dogs ability to convert fats and carbs into energy, as well as nourishes his or her brain.
Just like in humans, collagen can help dogs restore the moisture and skin health, helping promote shiny fur, healthy skin and strong nails. But also like humans, dogs production of collagen naturally dimish with age, and this steep decline in collagen can lead to aching joints, poor digestion, and skin issues.
An essential vitamin, B1 must be a part of a dogs diet for them to maintain optimal health. Low levels of B1 can cause weight loss, GI problems, and lack of apetite, or in severe cases neurological issues. This is because the brain relies on B1 to metabolize carbohydrates, which assits in proper brain function.
Also known as riboflavin, vitamin B2 helps your dog break down nutrients, metabolize fats, and create energy.
This vitamin aids in food metabolism which directly impacts your dogs energy levels. Dogs with a B5 deficiency can display loss of hair and premature aging along with lethargy.
One of the most important vitamins for dogs, B6 is vital for behavior, brain health, eye health, prevention of arthritis and more. Deficiency can cause lethargy, confusion, irritability, weak immune function, and abnormal heart rhythms.
Foilc acid is necessary for metabolic functions such as red blood cell production. This vitamin is important for normal blood formation, immune function, and tissue growth.
Commonly added to dog foods, Biotin is a B complex vitamin that promotes healthy hair and skin. While most manufacturers include Biotin in their foods, unfortunately this often does not meet their daily intake needs. Dogs with a biotin deficiency can display dry, flaky skin, hair loss, or brittle hair. In older dogs, Biotin has the added benefit of helping maintain energy levels and support nervous system function.
Vitamin B12 helps dogs absorb the nutrients contained in their foods, leading to a better apetite thanks to digestive enzymes working properly. It also produces myelin which protects nerves, boosting the nervous system and improving brain and spinal health. Additionally it helps breakdown fats, carbs and proteins as well as boosting immunity and preventing diseases, especially those targeting the pancreas and digestive systems.
Citric Acid (as preservative), Flaxseed Meal, Glycerin (vegetable), Natural Peanut Butter Flavor (non-allergenic), Oats Flour, Palm Fruit Oil (organic, RSPO), Rice Flour, Sunflower Lecithin
Our all-natural Multivitamin supplement is designed to support overall health and boost immunity in dogs of all sizes. The chewable peanut butter flavored treats are packed with with over 15 different vitamins and minerals to help support all bodily functions. They can also help reduce inflammation, strengthen gut health, and improve your dog's coat and skin!
0-60 lbs: 1 Soft Chew/day
Over 60 lbs: 2 Soft Chews/day
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