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Pet Naturals of Vermont multivitamin chews
Date Posted: Friday, December 06, 2013
Pet Naturals of Vermont multivitamin chews
Manufacturer: FoodScience

Product Description: FoodScience presents Pet Naturals of Vermont multivitamin chews for dogs and cats. Daily Best for Puppies includes fish oil containing DHA for brain health and development, vitamin C for immune system support, omega-3 and -6 fatty acids and biotin for healthy skin and coat; Daily Best for XL Dogs includes vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, digestive enzymes, antioxidants; and Daily Best for Senior Dogs is a multivitamin supplement containing nutrients that support immune, cardiovascular, GI tract, eye, skin, connective tissue, joint, liver and brain health, the company reports. For cats, the company offers Daily Best for Kittens, with vitamin C and lysine for immune system support along with fatty acids and biotin for healthy skin and coat, the company adds.

Contact: 888-340-1995

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