5 Reasons Why Diet is So Important for Seniors

  1. As pets age, their digestive tract becomes less efficient. Highly digestible, protein focused nutrition is especially important for older dogs and cats.
  1. Supplements become more important. Additional vitamins and minerals become more important to assure optimum levels reach the cells of the body.
  1. The immune system can struggle with age. Stress can accompany age and challenge the immune system.
  1. Weight is a critical factor. Excess weight increases stress on the joints and all the organs of the body.
  1. Quality, specific life-stage nutrition is the most important factor in long-term health. As pets move from puppy to adults and finally to seniors, their nutritional needs can change. Adjusting the diet can make a huge difference to long term health and quality of life.

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