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my girls definatly have enough energy.maybe a little so much.LOL
 

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Talk to your vet first. But if they're tried, tested, and approved supplements for dogs, give them a try and see how your dogs do. There's nothing wrong with supplements for dogs. They do us good. ;)
 

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I guess if your vet approves them, it would be ok. My dog doesnt need it, he already has enough energy as it is. He would be bouncing off the walls!
 

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My concern isn't the energy level, it's the for health purposes. I know in humans, antioxidants is a great preventative tool for cancer cells and helps prolong your life. I was just wondering if it had the same affect on dogs.
 

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I can't see why it would hurt, as long as they are safe for the dog. I take antioxidants myself. Anything healthy for me is surely healthy for dogs... hehe.

Does anyone know if you can give dogs human vitamins?
 

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Probably not since humans and dogs have different dietary needs. And if your dog weighs significantly lower than you or a normal healthy person, the dog may get a vitamin overdose.
 

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I've seen commercials for one of the purina foods that said they are putting antioxidants in dog food now. Don't know if its a different formula for dogs or not, but certainly something to look into.
 
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