Local Veterinarian downplays supplementary vitamins

The pet supplement market may be booming nationally, but one area veterinarian is advising pet owners to be wary of giving their dog or cat and additional vitamins.  According to a recent report by Packaged Facts, pet supplements is estimated to be a $636 million industry.  Dr. Jordan Koblilca of the Luxemburg Pet Clinic and Door County Veterinary Hospital in Sturgeon Bay says most dog foods have the right amount of daily nutrition needed for a healthy pet.


Dr. Jordan emphasizes that the only time supplements and nutraceuticals may be needed is if your pet has arthritis or a hip condition.  


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