5 Common Nutritional Deficiencies in Labrador Retrievers

Protein deficiency


Labs require a diet that is high in protein to support their active lifestyle and muscle development.

Calcium deficiency


Calcium is important for strong bones and teeth, and a deficiency can lead to osteoporosis and other bone-related issues.

Vitamin D deficiency


Vitamin D is essential for proper calcium absorption and a deficiency can lead to weak bones and muscle weakness.

Omega-3 fatty acid deficiency


Omega-3 fatty acids are important for maintaining healthy skin and coat, as well as supporting brain and eye development in puppies.

Zinc deficiency


Zinc is essential for a strong immune system and a deficiency can lead to skin and coat issues, as well as impaired growth in puppies.

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