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Adult Pets

What’s important for adult dogs and cats?

Common challenges

  • Maintaining a healthy body condition
  • Overall nutritional concerns about providing adequate nutrients to support brain, eye, heart and joint health
  • Skin and coat conditions, including food allergies, dry or itchy skin, hot spots, etc.
  • Supporting a balanced microbiome

Tips for maximizing health and performance

  • Choose a dog or cat food that matches the activity level of your pet. Animals that are more physically active will likely require food with higher levels of protein and fat.
  • Do not overfeed your pet! Read the label on the back of the dog or cat food bag and feed it according to the manufacturer recommendations. Doing this will ensure that your pet receives the proper levels of micronutrients without consuming excessive calories. Remember, especially at the maintenance stage, the stomachs of adult dogs and cats are relatively small and do not require as much food as you may think.
  • Choose dog or cat foods made with 100% organic trace minerals and selenium, which work to promote eye, joint, brain and heart health. The health processes that minerals are involved in can also aid in keeping your pet’s skin and coat in good condition.
  • Provide high-quality pre- and probiotics made for dogs and cats to promote a healthy microbiome throughout your pet’s lifetime.