Vitamin B12

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B12 is found in meat (especially organ meat), fish, poultry, eggs, and dairy products. In a healthy dog, the pancreas, intestines, liver, and kidneys are all needed to properly absorb and store this B12.

Adequate Vitamin B12 gives all-over protection against disease, particularly illnesses involving the pancreas and the digestive system. Making sure your pooch is protected will keep organs like the pancreas disease-free. Boosts immunity: A healthy dog means a strong immune system.

Vitamin B12 also helps increase the production of white blood cells and antibodies, thus helping strengthen a pet's immune system against infection and disease. It also helps improve brain function and memory, which can be beneficial for animals that struggle with learning new tasks or commands quickly and accurately.

Without sufficient B12, your dog's body may struggle to convert the food he eats into the energy he needs, leading to fatigue and lethargy. Another symptom of B12 deficiency is a loss of appetite.

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