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Optimum health for your pets

As a new company in Ireland, Petcare International Ltd is introducing into the global market a brand new concept of nutrition for cats and dogs through Spray Minerals and Vitamins.

Spray vitamins are easily administered via the mouth of the animal or on their food as opposed to the trauma of giving a pill. Through their fine molecular structure the vitamins and minerals are immediately absorbed into the bloodstream. Dogs and cats have relatively short gastrointestinal tracts, which result in rapid rate of passage and therefore a lower digestibility for food and pills.
Spray vitamins are necessary for lactating or pregnant bitches and queens; this is the most effective way to make sure that they get the necessary supplementation.

In cases of obesity, an ever increasing problem in household pets, spray vitamins will give them the required supplement while on a diet.

Sport dogs like Greyhounds, hunting dogs or working dogs expend a lot more energy and use up the nutrients faster, therefore they would benefit from spray vitamins. Not only are spray vitamins good for the overall health of the animal, they also reduce the effects of stress in the animal. Stress in pets as in humans can lead to illness.

Spray vitamins give people a choice as to how they want to administer supplements. Absorption into the bloodstream is within 30 seconds, so bypassing the stomach and the intestines.
There are three products on the market at the moment, these are:

• Vita-canine, a multivitamin for dogs
• Vita-feline, a multivitamin for cats.
• Pet-eeze, a vitamin and mineral spray for older dogs and cats, especially those with joint problems, containing among other ingredients, glucosamine sulphate and chondroitin sulphate.

Oral absorption is the fastest, most effective and convenient way to get a daily dose of vitamins, minerals and other supplements for your pets to keep them in optimum health. So why give them a pill when you can spray?

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