Homeopathic Uses for Vitamin B in Dogs

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Vitamin B is an important element that can improve your dog's stamina and well-being. A dog that gets enough Vitamin B will have a stronger immune system which can ward off age-related degeneration and disease.

Significance

  • Dogs who are deficient in Vitamin B will exhibit signs both inside and outside their bodies. They typically display unruly behavior, have skin and coat problems, and are usually overweight. Vitamin B has many homeopathic uses in dogs.

Function

  • Vitamin B is an immune system enhancer for dogs, especially ones suffering from illnesses. Holistic veterinarian Dr. Martin Goldstein says, "Every day, I use injectable B complex vitamins, plus injectable B, because they make sick animals feel better, which helps them get better."

Types

  • The Vitamin B complex group consists of: Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Niacin (B3), Pantothenic acid (B5), Pyridoxine (B6), Biotin (B7), Folic Acid (B9), and Cyanocobalamin (B12).

Identification

  • Supplemental pills are rarely needed if a dog eats a healthy, home-cooked diet. Naturally prepared foods contain more Vitamin B complex than commercially prepared kibble.

Considerations

  • You cannot give too much Vitamin B, because it is water-soluble, meaning any extra amounts will be safely flushed out of your dog's system.

References

  • "The Nature of Animal Healing," Dr. Martin Goldstein; 1999
  • "The Whole Pet Diet," Andi Brown; 2006
  • Photo Credit Image by Flickr.com, courtesy of Steve Jurvetson
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