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Senior Vitality Chews


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Benefits Of Senior Chews

  • Promotes Cognitive Health: Our delicious liver flavored chews for senior dogs can help promote nerve transmission, whilst providing support during times of stress and anxiety.
  • Antioxidant Support:​ Packed with bioflavonoids, each vitamin-rich chew can provide powerful antioxidant support, helping to break down fats, proteins, and carbohydrates whilst simultaneously maintaining healthy digestion.
  • Provides Vital Nutrients: The rich plethora of vitamins and minerals used in these senior chews can offer optimum and vital nutrition needed to support both the physical and mental health of your aging pup.

Senior Vitamin Chew Feeding Guide

  • For dogs up to 20 lbs, feed up to 1 Senior Vitality chew per day as a snack, treat, or a reward for good behavior.
  • For dogs between 21 - 40 lbs, feed up to 2 Senior Vitality chews per day as a snack, treat, or a reward for good behavior.
  • For dogs between 41 - 60 lbs, feed up to 3 Senior Vitality chews per day as a snack, treat, or a reward for good behavior.
  • For dogs over 60 lbs - feed up to 4 Senior Vitality chews per day as a snack, treat, or as a reward for good behavior.
Product Facts

Form: Chews

Product Weight: 4.2 Oz

Storage
Store in a cool, dry place. Avoid temperates above 86 F.

About Our Senior Vitality Chew

During their senior years, many dogs struggle to get their complete daily requirement of vitamins and nutrition from dog food alone. This can leave them vulnerable and lacking in important nutrients to keep strong, happy, and healthy as they age. With improper nutrition, your dog can fall victim to health difficulties; illnesses, disease, and allergies. Correct nutrition is the foundation of a healthy, happy dog. And when it comes to senior dogs, they require many significant nutritional needs during the final stage of life. Our Petlab Co. Senior Vitality vitamin-rich chews contain a unique combination of the most important vitamins and minerals needed to promote overall physical and mental wellbeing, whilst aiding cognitive health and nerve transmission.

Senior Chew Ingredients

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12

Can help to promote a healthy nervous system and brain function, as well as the formation of blood cells.

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3

Helps regulate the calcium and phosphorus balance in your senior dog’s body, helping aid bone formation and muscle control.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A

This vitamin, found in carrots, is responsible for good vision and it also helps with overall health and wellbeing.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E

An antioxidant that helps defend against free radicals. Good for supporting immune system health and promoting a healthy coat and skin.

Iron

Iron

Helps oxygenate red blood cells, and promotes a healthy immune system & production of energy.

Biotin

Biotin

Supports the nervous system by aiding neurotransmission activity and nerve signal function. Biotin can work with vitamins to help protect cognitive health; improving memory and combat neurodegenerative disorders.

Full List of Ingredients

Using Senior Dog Vitamins For Older Dogs

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