Nutri Vet, Senior Vite for Dogs, 120 chewables
UPC Code: 669125399811
Nutri-Vet Senior Vite multivitamin complex provides a balance of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other essential nutrient to optimize physical health and mental well-being in dogs over 7 years of age. Potent ingredients work together to help promote vitality in elderly canines.
120 chewable tablets
One (1) chewable daily per 20 lbs of body weight. Continue as needed.
Pork Liver, Beef Liver, Stearic Acid, Cellulose, Silicon Dioxide, Sucrose, Natural Smoked Ham Flavor, Magnesium Stearate.
Vitamin A Acetate 1500 IU, Vitamin C* 50 mg, dl Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate 25 IU, Vitamin D 75 IU, Thiamine 8 mg, Riboflavin 4 mg, Niacin 3 mg, Niacinamide 8 mg, Calcium Pantothenate 7 mg, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride 4 mg, Biotin 3 mcg, Vitamin B12 3mcg, Folic Acid 20 mcg, Grape Seed Extract* 5 mg, Choline (Bitartrate) 20 mcg, Taurine 50 mg, Inositol 8 mg, Magnesium (Oxide) 10 mg, Manganese Sulfate 1 mg, Chromium* 5 mcg, Selenium 5 mcg, Iodine 5 mcg, Copper Sulfate Monohydrate 4 mcg, Zinc Oxide 2 mg, Iron (Ferrous Fumerate) 4 mg, Digestive Enzymes* 10 mg. *Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Nutrient Profiles.
Nutri-Vet offers a wide range of unique, professional formulated animal supplements and complementary external products that promote health and well-being in dogs, cats and horses. Sophisticated formulas combined with innovative delivery systems and high palatability profiles have positioned Nutri-Vet as the leading provider of natural animal products in North America. Nutri-Vet ensures that every product meets company established specifications and each component or ingredient can be ultimately traced back to its source. All products are made in the USA to the highest standards of quality and consistency and validated by independent testing.
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