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It has been awhile since I last posted. I hope to post on a more frequently in the future. Nevertheless, what I am going to discuss is very important for those with new and growing puppies.
Most German Shepherds are born with good joints and good genetics to grow into healthy adults without joint problems later in life. However, since puppies no longer for the most part have natural diets where they consume fresh killed prey items, especially consuming the predigested stomach contents of prey animals such as rabbits, deer, etc., a vitamin C deficiency exists in most German Shepherd Puppies diets. Puppies grow fast; therefore, it is important that their diets bein balance with vitamin C in relation to their calcium intake. Excessive calcium encourages rapid bone growth especially in the long-bones, however if this takes place with a vitamin C deficiency the joints growth will not be congruent with the long-bone growth and joint disease and abnormalities can develop even in genetically normal and healthy puppies.
By providing vitamin C even in excess can help ensure that your puppies grow correctly and have healthy joints as adults. In addition, to our Total Pure Vitamin Supplement, which contains ample Vitamin C, we are recommending that you add an additional 500 mg Vitamin C tab daily to your puppy’s diet , especially if you are supplementing their diet with Yogurt.
Please continue to check out our web page as we post updates on available litters: https://kgsd.inventivehorizons.com/PuppiesForSale.htm. We have several wonderful puppies that that are ready to go home.
Ask me a Question and I will provide my opinion. Also, please see our web page: KeystoneGermanShepherds