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Dog calcium supplements
Dog calcium supplements have a variety of different applications for maintaining your dog's health. Calcium supplements are often used when there has been an identified deficiency, puppies or kittens some require supplementation or during periods of increased lactational stress.
Best dog calcium supplements based on our customer reviews
|Natural Animal Solutions Goat Milk Powder||My 5 months old large puppy loves this milk. The breeder has suggested to supplement his diet with goat's milk and I chose to buy this one a couple of months ago. No regrets, puppy loves it. -DENISE|
|Troy Calcium Syrup||This product represents good value for money. My dogs benefit from this supplement immensely. Calcium Syrup helps me help my dogs to stay strong and healthy. -DIEDRE|
|Vetnex Seaweed Calcium Powder||I have a ten year old cavoodle and this is a great supplement for him. I have peace of mind knowing it's made from natural ingredients. I add a scoop or two to his meals all the time. It's easy to mix with food, he loves it, and is healthier for it! Highly recommended! -LOIS|
Frequently Asked Questions
What causes elevated calcium in dogs?
Calcium is a very important mineral, found in minute levels throughout the body. It is involved in numerous important bodily functions. Elevated calcium is often referred to as "hypercalcaemia," and in some cases can indicate an underlying health problem in your pet. Some possible causes for hypercalcaemia in your pet include:
- Kidney disease
- Parathyroid gland tumour
- Adrenal disease (hypoadrenocorticism, or Addisons disease)
- Certain types of neoplasia (cancer)
- Diet and dehydration
In most cases, if a pet has an elevated total calcium level detected on a blood test, further diagnostic tests will be required to investigate the problem. This result alone is not definitive for any specific disease process but may be enough indication for your veterinarian to look further. This may involve further blood tests such as ionised blood calcium and sometimes imaging.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In-House Veterinarian