A healthy supplement
Pet Supplements are Unusual
We think about using vitamins and good foods for us as humans, but what about our furry Children?
I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t sit and wring my hands if I had a human loved one deteriorating with age. I’d find SOMETHING, ANYTHING to help them. You might feel thye same way.
Senior dogs have health care needs that are much different than those of a puppy. This probably doesn’t come as a shock to anyone. But how do you know when your dog has become a senior?
It depends greatly on the individual dog. In general, giant breed dogs age faster than smaller breed dogs. A Mastiff is considered to be senior by roughly 5-6 years old whereas a Pekineses would likely only be middle-aged then, and probably not considered a senior until 10-11 years. Large breed dogs fall somewhere in the middle. A Labrador Retriever might be considered senior by 8-10 years of age. Nutrition, environment, even genetics; all of these play a role in how fast your dog appears to age.
Finding a supplement for a pet who is aging just ain’t easy. The ingredients used have to be in the right proportions to give the dog or cat the boost it needs. That is not something that a supplement user is always assured of unless they find the genuine product. I found just such pet supplement in Foxx’s UltraMito.
This stuff operates by giving more energy to each and every cell by boosting the glutathione to the Mitochondria. Giving more energy to the individual cells means seeing more energy in the animal overall.
As your dog or cat gains years, many of their basic needs, from food to activity, will start to change. This will help you understand how to keep your senior dog happy and healthy.
Canines are very good at hiding their health problems, but felines tend to show it more readily and as an owner, it’s quite a responsibility to keep an eye on your senior dog to ensure that you are adjusting their lifestyle to match changes in his body and immune system that make him more susceptible to physical and environmental stresses. Regular exams, preventive care and changes to your dog’s lifestyle can help your baby stay healthy even as the years creep up.