* Winning dog photos will receive a 365 ct bottle of PET-TABS OF Vitamin-Mineral Supplement. Winning cat photos will receive two bottles of PET-TABS FF Vitamin-Mineral Supplement for Cats.
As the makers of PET-TABS® Vitamin-Mineral Supplements, we have one goal: to help make sure your dogs and cats are healthy, happy, and full of life. Our products provide vitamins and minerals to help support normal growth, bodily functions, and healthy immune systems for pets of every age. We also provide formulas for dogs and cats that need extra supplements, like calcium or iron, or metabolize certain vitamins more quickly than average pets.
We invite you to explore our website to learn about our different products – and to find out why veterinarians have recommended PET-TABS Vitamin-Mineral Supplements for over 30 years.
Be sure to check out our blog, Keeping Tabs, to keep up with the world of pet nutrition and get answers to your questions about PET-TABS products. You’ll also be able to sign up for special contests and promotions that are only available to members of the Keeping Tabs community.
December 16, 2014
Whether you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Solstice, or even Festivus, you want your pets to enjoy the season as much as you do. With that in mind, we share these tips for keeping your furry friends safe, healthy, and happy during the holidays.
The correct dose is determined by weight. For example, the correct dose of PET-TABS OF Vitamin-Mineral Supplement for small dogs and puppies under 10 pounds is one-half tablet; dogs over 10 pounds receive one tablet. Be sure to carefully read label directions to determine the correct dose for your dog. If you have any questions, ask your veterinarian.
As with all supplements, before giving your dog or cat PET-TABS CF (Calcium Formula) or PET-TABS Iron Plus, ask your veterinarian.
The product information provided is intended for consumers in the United States over-the-counter market. The health information contained herein is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace discussions with your veterinarian.