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    Multivitamin for Dogs - Glucosamine & Chondroitin + MSM for Hip & Joint + Arthritis - Fish Oil for Skin & Coat + Digestive Enzymes & Probiotics + CoQ10 Dog Vitamins - Chicken Flavor - 90 Chew Treats
    Pet Products (Zenwise Health LLC)

    Zenwise Health LLC

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    • POWERFUL HIP & JOINT SUPPORT - Each dog chew features OptiMSM®, a GRAS-designated distilled form of MSM. This mobility boosting ingredient works with the Glucosamine HCL and Chondroitin Sulfate in these chews for hip and joint health.
    • DAILY 5-IN-1 FORMULA - Zesty Paws Multivitamin Bites are chewable treats with vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that support the skin, coat, joints, heart, digestive function, and immune response for dogs of all ages, breeds, and sizes.
    • HEART & IMMUNE HEALTH - Multivitamin Bites feature Kaneka Q10®, a pure CoQ10 compound that that promotes healthy cardiovascular function, while Vitamin A, C and E provide powerful antioxidant support to bolster the immune system.
    • DIGESTIVE ENZYME & PROBIOTICS - These chews also contain Digestive Enzymes, Niacin, and a five-strain Probiotic (500 million CFU per chew) to promote healthy digestion for dogs that struggle with gas, diarrhea, constipation, and bloating.
    • SKIN & COAT CARE - This anti itch formula contains Cod Liver Fish Oil, Biotin (Vitamin B7), and Vitamin E to nourish dry and itchy skin for a soft, supple, and dandruff free appearance, while also revitalizing coats to restore strength and shine.

    Nutri-Vet Multi-Vite Chewables for Dogs, 120 Count
    Pet Products (nutri-vet)


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    • Multivitamin and mineral supplement for dogs between 1 and 7 years of age to help maintain peak condition.
    • Good for all size dogs
    • Protects cells against damaging "free radicals"
    • Veterinary formulated
    • B-complex vitamins support the health of the nervous system, skin, hair, liver, muscle & brain

There's a new company in town; they've come in under the radar and they're hiring!

Liquid Health, that’s the name of the company but don’t go there to apply, you won’t find much yet but they’re working hard to bring their production warehouse and distribution to Mesquite. They are in the former Do-it-Best Lumbar center on Cimerron Court,  off West Pioneer Boulevard. They’ve got both buildings and a lot of square feet to work with.

They already have a handful of employees and were looking for more when Nexeo appeared at the recent job fair, which was hosted by Mesquite Works and the Rising Star Sports Ranch.

Nexeo is the employment company you want to look toward if you are looking for work with Liquid Health.

Nexeo offers salaries that range anywhere from $9-$11 an hour and benefits from day one. Your employment will initially be under Nexeo but in 90 days you’ll be eligible to become a member of the Liquid Health team permanently, if you prove yourself.

According to their website:

Liquid Health manufactures the most comprehensive line of natural liquid vitamins and liquid supplements available. We carry over 30 liquid multivitamin formulas for people and groundbreaking pet supplements. Some of our most popular liquid supplements include: liquid prenatal vitamins, daily multivitamins, sleep aids, colloidal silver, skin care supplements, glucosamine for dogs and more.

What are some top rated multivitamin for small breed dogs?

For some odd reason, my dog likes to eat every other day so I want to give him a top rated multivitamin to make up for those days he doesn't care to eat.
Alesi's Chi's she's eating taste of the wild but she doesn't like to eat every day. That's

I'd be less concerned about vitamins and more concerned about hypoglycemia. If your dog is eating a top quality diet, there shouldn't be a need for any vitamins

Can I give my dog a multivitamin for human consumption?

or how about such a C or fish oils? I have too many vitamins that I don't take. Is it a bad idea?

Yes it is a bad idea.

First of all: never give your dog vitamin C pills. Dogs make their own vitamin C - they don't even need to get it from food, much less pills on top of that.

Fish oils - no. The key to proper fish oil

Yes it is a bad idea.

First of all: never give your dog vitamin C pills. Dogs make their own vitamin C - they don't even need to get it from food, much less pills on top of that.

Fish oils - no. The key to proper fish oil

There are various schools of thought on Vitamin C, so I would suggest you do your own reading before deciding.

A dogs body is not the same as a human body, and therefore I wouldn't bother.