“Do we give our pets everything they need for a long, happy and healthy life?” This question may appear in our heads from time to time when we begin to learn more about our pet's nutrition and learn more from several pet health experts.

With advances in science, it seems that using animal supplements is a way to help our furry friends, but is it really necessary? And if so, what supplements are needed for my pet? We will help you figure out what makes these pet supplements so beneficial for your pets, and which ones you can try.

How do I know what my dog ​​needs?

Like people, there is no “supplement for everyone," that would be good, but the needs of each pet are different, as are we. And it can be based on a number of factors, such as size, race, age, healthy history, and more. Considering all these factors, there is also a large selection of pet supplements that can confuse pet owners to decide which one is right for their pets.

Thus, here are some things to keep in mind when considering and considering the various types of pet supplements:

Immune system: Does your pet struggle with scratches, hot spots, and colds caused by seasonal (pollen) or environmental factors? Fortunately, there is a wide variety of immune supplements that can help. Look specifically for foods that contain antioxidants, apple cider vinegar, and probiotics, because a healthy stomach can also affect your pet's immune health.

Digestion: Have you noticed recently if your pet looks uncomfortable or unhappy after eating, has gas, or even moves the floor on the floor? Therefore, perhaps adding a digestive supplement to your daily diet can help get rid of discomfort. Like human digestive products, look for pet supplements that contain probiotics, prebiotics, and digestive enzymes that can help and help alleviate your pet’s stomach problems.

Fur and fur: Does your pet have dry or flaky skin? If so, you can look for products that contain fish oil, which helps offer your pets a rich source of omega fatty acids, which can help soften your pet's skin and give your fur a nice and shiny look. ,

The above are just some of the most common ingredients that you can consider in your pet's supplements, which can be very helpful to make him healthier and happier. The choice is definitely large, but do not give up, the well-being of your pet depends on it.

Just giving them pet food is just not enough?

Some well-intentioned pet owners may suggest that your pet can only get all the nutrients it needs from its daily pet food. However, like some foods that people eat daily, pet food may not be as healthy or have a lot of food. Even some pet foods are made using low-quality ingredients and waste, as well as artificial flavors that simply do not improve your pet's health.

That is why it is so important not only to make sure which ingredients are included in what you feed your pet daily, but also to see what additional nutrients are missing in your diet. In addition to doing all the homework and self-study, it is also highly recommended that you consult with your veterinarian about what your pet does not have and what needs to be increased. From there, you can better determine which supplements your pet needs.

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