Vitamin D is necessary for calcium and phosphorus absorption and metabolism. It promotes normal bone calcification and is responsible for bone and joint formation.
Requirements for dogs are influenced by dietary levels of calcium and phosphorus. Feeding superior quality dog foods assures the level of calcium, phosphorus and Vitamin D
Excessive Vitamin D can result in rickets, depressed growth, soft tissue problems with the heart muscle, stomach wall, lung and blood vessel.

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