Scientific Articles on VitalChew Ingredients |


Scientific Articles on VitalChew Ingredients

Following articles can be found in PubMed or via Google:

• Teraputic use of fish oils in companion animals, John E Bauer, 2011 JAVMA Vol 239 no 11

• Potential adverse effects of omega-3 fatty acids in dogs and cats, C.E Lenox, 2013 J Vet Intern Med 2013; 27:217-226

• Responses of dogs to dietery omega-3 fatty acids, John E. Bauer, 2007 JAVMA Vol 231, No 11

• Nutraceuticals and their use in veterinary practices, L Schneider 2013, NZ Vet Nurse

• Nutritional Management of Skin Diseases, C. A. Outerbridge 2012, Vet Clin Nutrition Chap 11

• Clinical study on the effect of biotin on skin conditions in dogs, M Frigg 1989, Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde

• Role of Selenium in pets health and nutrition: A review, K.C. Sharadamma, 2011, Asian J Anim Science 5(1): 64-70 2011

• Nutritional Care for aging cats and dogs, D.P Laflamme 2012, Vet Clin Smal Anim 42( 2012) 769-791

• Anti-inflammatory response of dietary vitamin E and its effects on pain and joint structures during early stages of surgically induced osteoarthritis in dogs, M. Rhouma, Canadian J Vet Research 2013; 77:191-198

• A multicenter study of the effects of dietary supplementation with fish oil omega-3 fatty acids on carprofen dosage in dogs with osteoarthritis, D.A Fritsch JAVMA Vol 236, No 5, 2010

• Evaluation of the effects of dietary supplementation with fish oil omeg-3 fatty acids on weight bearing in dogs with osteoarthritis, J. K Rousch, JAVMA Vol 236, No 1, 2010

• Multicenter veterinary practice assessment of the effects of omega-3 fatty acids on osteoarthritis in dogs, J.K Roush, JAVMA, Vol 236, No 1, 2010

• Systematic Review of efficacy of nutraceuticals to alleviate clinical signs of osteoarthritis, J.M Vandeweerd, J Vet Intern Med 2012; 26: 448-456

• Evaluation of cognitive learning, memory, psychomotor, immunologic, and retinal functions in healthy puppies fed foods fortified with docosaehexaenoic acid rich fish oil from 8 to 52 weeks of age, S. C Zicker, JAVMA, Vol 241, No 5 2012

• Oral folic acid supplementation decreases plate and/or lip cleft occurrence in Pug and Chihuahua puppies and elevates folic acid blood levels in pregnant bitches, A Domoslawska, Polish J Vet Science Vol 16, No 1, 33-37, 2013