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I feed my dogs and my cats a high quality food. Why would I need to add a supplement? (click for full answer)
Last Updated: 05/24/2013
Let’s take a stroll together down Nutrition Lane.  We’ll take our time so we can thoroughly digest all the information we learn while on our journey.  Nutrition is the science that deals with foods and their effect on health.   Good nutrition both sustains and prolongs life.  Hippocrates said, “Let food be thy medicine.”   Two thousand years later scientific research is proving him right! Magazines articles talk about our need for daily vitamins, minerals and brightly colored fruits and vegetables to prevent disease.  One out of two dogs are likely to get cancer. Supplementation with the above mentioned items is proven to reduce cancer risk by 30%.   Most commercial prepared dog foods are highly heated and compressed and the vitamins and minerals contained in the original ingredients are destroyed or severely compromised.  Freeze-dried meat and poultry products do not have everything our dogs and cats need either.  It’s even recommended to supplement home cooked diets, which contain fresh ingredients that are not cooked under super high pressure and temperatures.

    A good quality supplement, with human-grade ingredients which includes carefully selected phytonutrients from super-foods in addition to generous doses of very important vitamins is the best insurance policy for health that you can get for your pet.  Our Deserving Pets VITAL VITIES have all of this and more.  And you will actually see the difference.

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