Vitamin E and Dogs
Vitamin E can work wonders on both young and old dogs. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that stregnthens the heart and connective tissue while eliminating free redicals from the body and lowering the risk of cancer. Information
regarding dosage can be difficult to find, but below is the information I have compiled regarding vitamin E and dogs.
In 2006 Science Diet Released a dog food called "Advanced Protection", advertising that it could
make your pet feel and look healthier. However this new Science Diet listed the same primary ingredient that cheap dog food companies use to bulk up their product: Corn. So what was different? - 700IU of Vitamin E per serving. But you don't have to buy
a low quality corn based dog food with overhyped marketing to to give your dog the extra antioxidents that he needs.
Odor Neutralizing Liquid Chlorophyll
How Much Vitamin E is Safe for Dogs?
I'm not an expert,
According to R.M. Clemmons, a professor of neurology and neurosurgery at the University of Florida’s Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital "There is no known side-effects to vitamin E at levels less than 4000-6000 IU per day (except in cats, where levels >100 IU/day can create hepatolipidosis). I recommend that vitamin E be given to all dogs. For dogs under 2 years of age, give 400 IU of vitamin E daily. For dogs over 2 years of age, give 800 IU of vitamin E daily."
We also recommend supplementing your dog with liquid Chlorophyll. For humans,
Chlorophyl is a completely safe alternative to aluminum
based deodorants. For dogs, Chlorophyll is the active in ingredient in
the breath deodorizing treat, Greenies. Liquid Chlorophyll may help
improve cardio-vascular function and immune response, but the best feature is that it deodorizes a dog (and his waste) in a completely natual way.
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Vitamin E, the " Anti-Rust " Vitamin
Do you have any experience or stories of using Vitamin E with dogs? Tell us about it! We'd love to hear your thoughts.