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Pet Nutrition

Modern commercial pet foods are generally considered a great boon to pet owners, but many can fall short of providing the optimal pet nutrition your animal companion requires to live a long, healthy, quality life. High heat and long storage times required for processing some of these foods often deplete many key nutrients – and some never included them to begin with. Unregulated “by-products,” low-quality protein sources, and refined grains – commonly added for economic reasons – lower the bioavailabilty (bottom-line nutritional usefulness) of these products.

Veterinarians and pet owners alike 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.”

Diet is one of the cornerstones of robust health. Nutrients from food are required to bolster your pet’s natural defenses against germs, environmental pollutants, and stress. Deficiencies in your pet’s diet often bring on health problems or prolong illness. Though you should always consult with your veterinarian about any known or suspected medical problems, it’s very possible that if your pet suffers from a chronic lack of energy, dull coat, finicky digestive system, or susceptibility to infections and disease, it may be due to inadequacies in you’re his/her diet. Since many off-the-shelf pet foods are lacking in one or more nutritional aspects, it makes sense to look at pet supplements as an “insurance policy” – a guarantee that each day, your companion gets a complete nutritional package. Even if your pet is healthy and free of health concerns, consider dietary supplements as a means of adding back vital ingredients such as vitamins, antioxidants, enzymes and helpful bacteria that are lost in highly-processed diets.

Furthermore, older animals very often benefit from effective antioxidants that fortify their immune system, probiotics that help with digestion and metabolism, and other supplements specifically formulated for senior animal needs.

Whether your pet is an older pet, is facing health challanges, or is a vibrant family pet, Poly-MVA for Pets offers nutritional support that can help your animal companion maintain a full, active and enjoyable life. A patented dietary supplement with over 15 years of clinical use, and over 20 years of laboratory research and testing, Poly-MVA for Pets is a uniquely formulated combination of minerals, vitamins and amino acids designed to support cellular energy production and promote overall health in your pet. It also replaces specific nutrients that may be depleted during certain therapies. Visit the Customer Experiences page to read inspiring stories of pet who have benefited from the support Poly-MVA for Pets can provide.

Pet nutritional supplements can contribute to your pet’s overall health, vitality, and longevity, but remember that they are supplementary to a healthy lifestyle that should include regular veterinary checkups, a premium diet, plenty of exercise, stress reduction and prevention measures, and emotional support. Supplements are most effective when integrated into a holistic program of optimum health for your pet.