We are pet parents just like you. And we know how important it is to us to ensure our pets nutritional needs are met so they can live their best and highest quality of life. With this in mind, we developed a product to provide a blend of seven amino acids designed to provide nutritional support for your pet’s body. Each amino acid was selected because of the benefits they provide individually, but also because when combined together they further enhance the benefits as a whole.
What makes Petviti unlike other supplements on the market? Quite simply, no other supplement on the market has the combination of essential amino acids that are found in our soft chew and food topper.
- L-Arginine: An Indispensable Amino Acid for Mature Dogs. Supports the cardiovascular system in multiple ways. Demonstrated to support both skin and bone health.
- L-Valine: Supports muscle maintenance. Required for muscle metabolism, healthy tissues, and the nitrogen balance in the body. This amino acid works together with L-Leucine and L-Isoleucine to promote healthy circulation and muscle energy.
- L-Isoleucine: An essential dietary amino acids for dogs that combined with Valine and L- Leucine promote muscle recovery after physical exercise. This amino acid helps to support healthy blood glucose levels already within a normal ranger and energy levels.
- L-Lysine: : Lysine enables the biosynthesis of protein and calcium absorption. It supports the immune system, and can decrease urine calcium and calcium loss.
- Glycine: Is a neutral amino acid that has been shown to be cytoprotective in the kidneys of dogs. It is essential to maintaining a healthy central nervous and digestive system.
- Taurine: Aids in cardiac function, eye health, immune system function, and in multiple other systems. Taurine is especially concentrated in the heart muscle and contributes to it functioning properly. Certain breeds like Golden Retrievers, Cocker Spaniels, and Newfoundlands may have a predisposition to low taurine levels.
- L-Glutamine: Glutamine, as one of the body’s main amino acids. Glutamine is often recommended for pets with chronic bowel disorders including inflammatory bowel disease and parvovirus enteritis, since it is the preferred fuel source of damaged intestinal epithelial cells. Strenuous exercise, infection, surgery, and trauma can also deplete the body’s glutamine reserves, particularly in muscle cells. It may be a useful adjunct treatment for pets with suspected leaky gut syndrome, where increased intestinal permeability can lead to the development of food allergies or intolerances.