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Vitality Kit For Senior Pets

PetOmega 3, Multi Essentials, Yucca & Old Timer

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Pet Vitality Care: A Guide to Revitalizing Low Energy Dogs

Pet Care Tips 3 min read
Photo of a Beagle looking dog laying down on the sofa with the eyes shut closed, to illustrate a blog about low energy dogs.

Seeing your once active pup turn into one of the low energy dogs can be heartbreaking. If your canine companion is in their golden years, it’s not uncommon to observe signs of reduced activity. But there are easy ways to help put that pep back in their step and bid farewell to the sluggish or less enthusiastic days. 

Signs of Lethargy in Pets

As devoted pet parents, we always want to ensure our fur babies are living their best days. Yes, things will naturally slow down as they age, but low energy can also be a red flag for various underlying issues, including joint discomfort, decreased metabolic rate, or even more severe health concerns warranting immediate attention.

Things may naturally slow down as your pup ages, but low energy can also be a red flag for various underlying issues.

Keep your eyes out for these clear signs that your little one is lethargic and might need urgent care:

  • Less interest in playtime.
  • Unwillingness to go for walks.
  • Increased napping.
  • General lethargy.

These are the first steps you should consider if you notice any of these signs of low energy dogs:

  • Schedule a vet check-up to rule out any health issues.
  • Provide a comfortable and warm sleeping area.
  • Adjust exercise routines to match their energy levels.
  • Maintain a balanced diet tailored to their needs, especially if you have a senior pup.
  • Provide mental stimulation through puzzle toys or interactive games.
  • Consider adding natural supplements to help enhance vitality. 

Natural Support for Low Energy Dogs

Photo of a senior looking dog with his eyes halfway closed to illustrate low energy dogs

Now, let’s talk supplements! Our Vitality Kit for Senior Pets is a game-changer for low energy dogs. This bundle was specially crafted with four supplements that work together to enhance vitality and address the unique needs of senior pups. Here’s how each of the formulas can help promote healthier energy levels and overall wellness for your little one:

NHV Old Timer is formulated to help promote overall vitality, support joint health, and encourage circulation. The herbs in this formula, like Asian ginseng, have a long history of use for improving energy levels, helping the body deal with stress, and supporting endurance.

NHV Yucca is rich in steroidal saponins and polyphenols, which can benefit your pup’s digestive, endocrine, and immune systems. Yucca also helps relieve overall body discomfort and may help reduce inflammation in muscles and joints, which might be responsible for your little one’s decreased activity levels. 

NHV Multi Essentials is a blend of herbs rich in a range of nutrients such as calcium, magnesium, iron, vitamins A, B12, and K, and more to help maintain your pet’s energy levels, skin and coat health along with helping arthritic inflammation and overall joint health. This blend also helps fill any nutritional voids and encourages healthy metabolism.

Lastly, NHV PetOmega 3 is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which promotes a healthy brain and heart and encourages healthy skin and coat. This fish oil blend may also help prevent or slow down cognitive decline, which is common in senior pets. 

Remember, every dog is unique, and these tips are general guidelines. Always consult with your vet before introducing any new supplements or making significant changes to your pet’s routine. In the meantime, please know that we are ready to respond to any questions you might have about low energy dogs, vitality support, or overall wellness.

Dr. Amanda Nascimento DVM, MVSc, PhD

Dr. Amanda Nascimento DVM, MVSc, PhD

Dr. Amanda completed her undergraduate degree in veterinary medicine in 2010 and graduate studies in veterinary pathology (MVSc. 2012 and PhD 2016) at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of São Paulo. She completed her post-doctoral training at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine – University of Saskatchewan in 2018. Dr. Nascimento will be hosting her own blog series and sharing her knowledge with our extended NHV family.

Published: November 27, 2023

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