Pet Supplements That Add Life to Your Pets Years And Years to Your Pets Life.
Are you thinking you should add dog supplements or cat supplements to your pets food because you are concerned that your pet just isn't getting the nutritional values necessary to be at optimum health and peak vibrancy? Well you've got every reason for being so and here is why, as a rule pet food including premium pet foods are formulated to minimum nutritional guidelines! Minimum means what? Well, in down-to-earth terms it means the lowest quantity necessary to keep your pet alive, it doesn't provide for optimum health, longevity, performance and vitality. Optimum is the precise opposite; optimum is the very best result obtainable and that is what you obtain whenever you include VetBalance® dog supplements or cat supplements to your pets food.
As a pet owner you should consider pet nutrition and pet health to be just as
important as your own. You should also know that taking good care of your
family pet requires more than just an annual examination and vaccines, since
age acceleration in pets is dramatically faster, potential illnesses like heart
disease and kidney disease can show up on our pets before you know it. The
point where most dogs and cats reach middle age is approximately 4 years.
Providing optimum pet nutrition is just as important to illness prevention as it is
about treating it and maintaining pet health. Taking your pet to the vet once a
year for a wellness check and shots, just like you have a physical once per year
is a good start as long as you do it. All too often however vet visits are left to the
last minute when your pet is already or the shots are long past due.
Your Journey to Optimum Pet Health
Giving your pet vitamins or pet supplements is an important step in the process, they need supplementation just like you do. The reason for this is, pet food companies use ingredients that have minimum nutritional requirements for growing, adult dogs and cats. These ingredients include a lot of grains, slaughterhouse waste and cheap fillers that are void of nutrition. The industry does not let anything go to waste if it is unfit for human consumption it's good for animals! Quite simply, they are used because they can be turned into a profit easily. These low grade components contribute to obesity being high in carbohydrates and containing way too much fiber, which is very difficult for dogs and cats to digest. You can generally look at a dogs stool and tell the quality of their food. The looser the stool the lower the nutritional value of their food and the more fiber it has.
Poor Pet Nutrition and Pet Health
In years past our pets used to have fewer health problems, they were able to regulate their food intake to naturally maintain normal weight. Statistically if we look at all the many breeds of dogs and cats, we can predict that at a minimum 30 - 40% are going to be overweight or obese from over eating nutritionally deficient foods. Most pet foods contain as much as 40% to 60% carbohydrates which are way too much for optimum health. In fact dogs and cats require no carbohydrates at all. Therefore, determining proper pet nutrition, what to feed, the right amount to feed, and how often to feed will actually require some thought. Your goal when feeding is optimum pet nutrition. Optimum pet nutrition and your pets' wellness is not going to happen by just grabbing a bag or can of food off the shelf and filling the bowl up each day. Dogs and cats are still carnivores and even though the animal its self has changed over time their digestive anatomy and physiology has remained the same. Their relatively simple and short digestive tracts require that they be fed the ancestral diet that was naturally selected over time. That diet consists of high protein, low to moderate fat an almost no carbohydrates.
FACT:"Overfeeding puppies and kittens increases their total number of fat cells, making them more susceptible to cat and dog obesity as adults. Never allow your puppies and kittens to put weight on too fast. They will pay for it the rest of their lives." Dr. William Barnett DVM
Guaranteed Optimum Nutrition and Pet Health
Dr. Barnett Developer of VetBalance pet supplements advocates three elements to achieve optimum pet health and longevity:
A small amount of VetBalance on a daily basis can:
Here Is What You Can Expect
Canine and feline wellness pet supplements are an easy-to-use, great
tasting powder that can be added to any pet food or in the case of
Pro Joint Formula are tasty tabs that can easily
be used as treats.