Vitamins are organic compounds that are essential to your pet’s growth and development and day-to-day life-support functions.

Veterinarians are increasingly recognizing that nutritional supplements can lead to better health and resistance to disease in pets. A targeted program of supplementation may mean the difference between your pet thriving and merely "getting by."
              Vitamin A:
          Vitamin B-1:
          Vitamin B-2:
          Vitamin B-3:
       Vitamin B-12:
            Folic Acid:
Pantothenic Acid:
             Vitamin C:
         Vitamin D-3:
             Vitamin E:
Vital for vision, proper growth, reproductive functions, healthy skin and hair coat, and mucous membranes lining the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts.
Important for carbohydrate metabolism, it converts glucose to energy. Required by muscles and nerves to function normally. Susceptible to destruction in commercial foods.
Necessary for normal growth, hair coat and muscle development. Important for metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and proteins. Susceptible to destruction by light and irradiation.
Energy metabolism. Required to make enzymes function properly.
Necessary for red blood cell and white blood cell formation. Important for neurological functioning.
Involved in fatty acid and protein synthesis in the body. Helps ensure healthy skin and hair coat, growth, digestion and muscle function.
Essential for proper neurological functioning. Critical component of cell membranes in the body.
Necessary for the formation of red blood cells and white blood cells from the bone marrow. Deficiency can lead to anemia and increased likelihood of infection.
Necessary for metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Required to convert these substances to energy. Deficiency can cause hair loss, diarrhea and gastrointestinal problems.
Plays a vital role in normal bone formation. Urine acidifier, may help reduce bladder stones. Helps protect against cancer and other diseases. Susceptible to destruction in commercial foods.
Regulates calcium and phosphorous levels in the body. Extremely important for bone development. Important for nerve and muscle functions.
Potent antioxidant. Protects the body against free radical damage. Helps prevent arthritis and diseases caused by free radical damage. Shown to prevent heart and neurological diseases. Vitamin E is highly susceptible to destruction in commercial foods.