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Vitamins for Pitbulls

How to Choose Vitamins for Pitbulls

With all the choices flooding the market for vitamins for pitbulls, bullys’ and bulldogs how can a responsible dog owner make an informed decision? Well we have complied a list of criteria that will help owners of bully breed dogs choose the right dog supplements or pitbulls vitamins. 

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Questions to Ask

1. Is your dog supplement human-grade?

2. Where is your dog vitamin supplement produced? USA?

3. Does the company post real photos of dogs or photoshopped, cartoon dogs?

4. Do the photos belong to the company or affiliates?

5. Is the supplement really balanced with protein, good fats, vitamins and minerals?

6. What form does the dog supplement come in, powder, pills or liquid?

7. Who designed the supplements? Vets, nutritionists, and qualified persons?

8. Is the supplement for adding bulk or high quality muscle?

Truth Finding

For question one, if you have answers to this question, you will be able to narrow your choices down significantly. Most dog supplements are not human-grade with little exceptions on the market so far.

Question two, narrows down the market to maybe approximately 1-2 supplements on the market. Questions 3-7 continue to guide you in the right direction of quality.

Satin Balls?

Finally, question 8, this is personal choice. Some owners looking for vitamins for pitbulls may want to simply “bulk” their dogs up by any means necessary. There are supplements designed for bulking as well as recipes to home-made products such as “satin balls.” 

Muscle Mass Gains

For dog enthusiasts looking to add quality muscle, improve overall health and quality of life, the answer is clear. BuffK-9® True Champion Dog Supplement (suitable for ALL DOGS) fulfills all the criteria of an elite dog supplement. BuffK-9® Supplements are known for producing quality supplements that produce results.

Top Quality Supplements

True Champion Dog supplement incorporates human-grade ingredients to combine protein, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, omega fatty acids and herbs. This formulation not only helps to boost health but also lean muscle, skin/coat appearance and joint health. LEARN MORE

 

 

 

Article submitted by Jarrod Myers. Pictures by BuffK-9®

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American Pit Bull Terrier Information

American Pit Bull Terrier American Pit Bull Terrier information hosted by dog vitamin supplement provider Buff K-9 Supplements.A brief summary of this article introduces general information on the American Pit Bull Terrier. It may be a good idea to supplement with a good vitamin formula such as Buff K-9 Supplements.

> “The American Pit Bull Terrier (APBT) is a medium-sized, solidly built, short haired dog whose early ancestors came from England and Ireland. It is a member of the molosser breed group” (“American Pit Bull Terrier”).

> According to the United Kennel Club, “aggressive behavior toward humans is uncharacteristic of the breed and highly undesirable” but “because most APBTs exhibit some level of dog aggression and because of its powerful physique, the APBT requires an owner who will carefully socialize and obedience train the dog.”

>“The breed tends to have a higher than average incidence of hip dysplasia. They may also suffer from patella problems, thyroid dysfunction and cogenital heart defects. American Pit Bull Terriers with dilute coat colors have a higher occurrence of skin allergies” ( Stahlkuppe and Orthopedic Foundation for Animals).

>“American Pit Bull Terriers excel in many dog sports, including weight pulling, dog agility, flyball, lure coursing, and advanced obedience competition” (“American Pit Bull Terrier”).

Resources “American Pit Bull Terrier.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wiimedia Foundation, Inc.. 17 May 2012. Web. 18 May 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Pit_Bull_Terrier#cite_note-pitbulls-ontheweb-8 >. “American Pit Bull Terrier (revised November 1, 2008)”. United Kennel Club. Retrieved 2011-05-18.   Stahlkuppe, Joe (2000). American pit bull terriers/American Staffordshire terriers. Barron’s Educational Series. ISBN 0-7641-1052-7.    “Statistics and Data – American Pit Bull Terrier”. Orthopedic Foundation for Animals. Retrieved 2012-05-18.