Individualized Care for Dogs, Cats, and Horses
Dogs, cats, and horses have individual nutritional needs beyond what their regular diets provide. These unique needs change based on age, activity level, and health status. Standard Process pet supplements were created to provide each animal with targeted, essential nutrition that supports their quality of life.
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Since dogs are omnivores, the canine formulas contain a variety of ingredients, including a balance of animal tissues and botanical materials. These ingredient combinations provide a spectrum of nutrients to support multiple body systems.* Learn how the Pup Club can help get puppies started on a lifetime of optimal nutrition.
Since cats are obligate carnivores, the feline formulas contain fewer ingredients than our canine formulas and focus more on specialized protein extracts. These ingredient combinations provide a wide range of nutrients to support multiple body systems.
Our equine formulas contain ingredients such as vegetables, herbs, and fruits to deliver a full spectrum of phytonutrients, enzymes, minerals, and vitamins. Safe and effective, these formulas were developed to target the nutritional demands of specific equine systems.
Could your pet benefit from a vitamin or supplement?
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"In this day and age, when everyone is seeking more healthy choices and support for themselves and their beloved family pets, I can recommend Standard Process products with confidence. The quality and amazing results I get makes this an easy step towards helping patients live healthier lives."
Dr. Sheila Dodson, DVM, CVA
Mariposa Veterinary Wellness Center
Hair & Saliva
Pet Health Analysis
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