Give your pets some source of vitamin A

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Vitamin A is one of the best nutrients your pet animal can take, give them vitamin A and their vision will benefit along with certain tissues surrounding organs and even bone growth. If you want to make sure your dog is healthy this is a great read along with the sources.

Vitamin A is in carrots, sweet potato, spinach, broccoli, eggs, and much more since vitamin A happens to be a fat-soluble vitamin means it’s able to dissolve in fat and will be stored in your liver and fat tissues until needed. You can find large amounts of vitamin A in liver and fish liver, egg yolks according to the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). Be careful of dosages you don’t want to give your dog over 5000 International Units (IU) of vitamin A.

Growing your pets tissues for continuous health 

Giving your pet vitamin A also provides growth & development for epithelial tissues. Proliferation concerning epithelial tissues focuses on your pets cell growth which provides complete organ protection. You can learn a lot about the different types of tissues in the body from this link. (Youtube/Crash Course) While watching you’ll understand more and more about how you and your pets can benefit from taking regulated and targeted doses of vitamin A.

Bone health with your pets 

Vitamin A promotes bone growth in your pets also, but too much can have adverse effects interfering with the positive benefits of vitamin D, an important player in preserving bones. According to the National Institute of Medical Research vitamin A deficiency leads to abnormal bone growth creating widespread nerve degeneration throughout the whole body.

I hope you learned something from this post and if you have any question please leave a comment or question and I’ll try my best to lead you in the right direction for your answer. I'm no doctor so please continue to do research, the internet is highly opinion based so be careful

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