by Dr. Selmer, Long Island Veterinary Specialists
Studies have shown that if Vitamin D deficiency occurs below a certain threshold it could lead to many diseases:
The good news is that we can test and treat for Vitamin D Deficiency with a simple blood test. To help lower your pets’ risk to these problems or to improve the outcome for your pet if he/or she is suffering from one of these chronic conditions, schedule an appointment with your veterinarian for your pet’s Vitamin D testing. All you need to do is call and book your appointment today! Let them know you heard about it thanks to The Pet Gazette.