Dog Supplements

Written by Helen Glenn Court
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Why, you might ask, if diet is so important and I've gone to such lengths to give my dog such quality food, do I need to think about dog supplements? Understand that a wholesome diet should always come first, because no amount of other care can make up for it. Other conditions and circumstances--environment, illness, chronic condition, age, or injury--are what often indicate or dictate the need for dog supplements.

Why Suggest Dog Supplements?

Skim a list of the health conditions a vet and pet owner most often see, and the occasions that you would want to give your dog supplements suddenly become clear. Allergies, arthritis, constipation, ear infection, flatulence, hip problems, parasites, eczema, sinus problems. Is that enough to convince you?

Maybe you should feed your dog supplements. There are also cancer, sprains, eating disorders, heart problems, breathing problems, flea infestations, environmental stresses, whelping, and old age to contend with. You don't live in a perfect world. Neither, sadly, does your dog.

Since Katie had been a 9-month old puppy, she had been plagued with one bladder infection after another. She had endured one regimen of antibiotics after another. Then she faced surgery, PH imbalance, staph infections, crystals in her urine, and more surgery. Nothing changed, however, despite a carefully formulated diet she scarcely ate. A carefully selected group of homeopathic renal dog supplements turned her health around in the space of two weeks when she was two years old. Don't underestimate the power of all-natural dog foods and supplements.

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