Life Extension Dog Mix Pet Vitamins/Supplements - Dose
Reprinted by permission from Bill Faloon of The Life Extension Foundation
Dogs can tolerate plant-based food, but since they are essentially meat eaters, they need a good amount of meat protein in their diets for their unique systems. Like people, dogs (and cats) suffer from the same conditions related to the aging process and thus may benefit from certain nutrients.
Carnitine is an essential nutrient. An amino acid found in meat, it is especially important for the heart and vascular system. Antioxidants, such as vitamins E and C are also vital for your dogs health, as are vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, biotin, folic acid, and carotenoids.
Pharmaceutical Grade Nutrients
Life Extension Dog Mix is among the best products for protecting your animals health. Just two scoops per day provide the vitamin insurance your pet needs to stay healthy and strong. Life Extension Dog Mix contains significant amounts of high grade nutrients usually reserved for the most expensive human supplements. It contains flavonoids, amino acids, antioxidants, probiotics, essential fatty acids, methylation enhancers and more.
In fact, many commercial pet foods do not contain the vitamins, amino acids, phytonutrients, and advanced antioxidants found in Life Extension Dog Mix and Life Extension Cat Mix. Life Extension pet supplements contain the same pharmaceutical-grade nutrients used in all Life Extension products.
Dosage and Use: For dogs weighing 20-30 pounds, mix two scoops a day into your pets food or a treat. Adjust amount according to weight.
Pricing Information: Life Extension Dog Mix Pet Vitamins/Supplements
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