Always consult a veterinary physician or animal care specialist before using Vitamin A + Vitamin D3 supplements. If the condition does not improve or worsens, call a veterinary physician or animal care specialist.
Refer to an animal care specialist for guidelines on dosage. Do not exceed what they advise, and complete the full treatment, as stopping early can result in a recurrence or worsening of the problem.
Consult with an animal care specialist about any other medications that are being taken by the animal, and their medical history, before giving your pet any dietary supplement.
- Essential nutrient for pet’s bone, heart, joint, skin, coat, vision, dental, kidney, and immune system health;
- Helps to maintain and replace normal levels of vitamin A and vitamin D3 that may be lacking from your pet’s diet;
- Prevents cancers, autoimmune diseases, cardiovascular disorders and infectious diseases;
- Tablets are easy to chew and digest.
Consult with your veterinarian before using Vitamin A + Vitamin D3, in order to establish a safe and effective dosage for your pet. This supplement is given by mouth in the form of a tablet once daily. The medication should be given with food, either just before eating or mixed into the food.
- The product is for animal use only and should be used only when instructed by a veterinarian;
- In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately;
- If a dose is missed, continue with the next dosage at the scheduled time;
- Never give your pet two doses at once or give extra doses;
- Note that most commercial foods for pets have the minimum amount of vitamins added already;
- Some dangers of excess vitamin D can lead to toxicity and result in the following symptoms: abdominal pain, vomiting, excess drooling, diarrhea, lethargy, excess thirst, excess or decreased urination.