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Answer "Vitamin A in the ration of your pet?"

Vitamin A in the ration of your pet?

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Dogs require a lot of various vitamins and microelements, except fats, carbohydrates, and proteins to remain healthy and happy. Vitamin A (Retinol) is one of the most important vitamins for our furry pets. First of all, young dogs and puppies need an increased amount of Retinol.

Vitamin A improves the normal regulation of the salivary and lacrimal glands, normalizes of renal function, sight, and increases the resistance to various kinds of infections. Besides that, retinol is required to keep mucosal tissues healthy in urinary, intestinal, and bronchial systems.

The lack of Vitamin A in dog’s body leads to disruption of protein and carbohydrate balance and to endocrine system diseases. This problem may cause reproductive pathologies, bad vision, and growth retardation. Malicious changes in nervous tissues (which may also be caused by the lack of vitamin A) may lead to coordination problems and muscle weakness. The animal becomes vulnerable to various diseases.

Vitamin A is received by the body of the dog in form of carotene and vitamin A, which when will be converted to retinol by a liver. Animal products contain Vitamin A, and plant products contain carotene. Here is the list of products that contain the higher amounts of Vitamin A/Carotene: liver, sea fish, carrot, and yolks, kidneys, butter and milk, corn and herbs.

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