WILLISTON, VT. — FoodScience®, LLC’s brand VetriScience recently debuted two new pet supplements, expanding its line of allergy and immune health offerings for dogs. The new Immune Plus and Omega Plus supplements target seasonal and environmental allergies, immune function, and skin and coat health in dogs.

“We are excited to offer dog owners this lineup of advanced allergy and immune support supplements formulated to help dogs with a variety of allergy symptoms and skin and immune health needs,” said Derek Archambault, vice president of marketing at FoodScience. “These supplements, like all VetriScience products, are made with effective, multifunctional active ingredients that aim to help dogs feel their best.”

Immune Plus is a capsule supplement formulated with a blend of vitamins, amino acids and antioxidants that can help support immune system health and complete wellness in dogs. The supplement is available in two varieties, one for small dogs and another for large dogs. It can be added to a dog’s food and is safe for dogs of all ages. Additionally, the supplement can specifically be given to senior dogs that need a boost of antioxidants to protect cells from damage.

Omega Plus is a chewable supplement formulated with a blend of fish oil, olive oil, safflower oil, vitamins, Omega fatty acids and amino acids to help support skin and coat health. According to VetriScience, the supplement helps keep a dog’s fur soft and shiny and can support sensitive skin by restoring hydration. It is recommended for dogs of all ages and sizes that experience dry and itchy skin, dandruff or flaking, irregular shedding, and a dull or dry coat.

Similar to its Allergy Plus supplement, which was launched earlier this month, the new supplements are formulated by veterinarians and made without artificial flavors or synthetic colors. The supplements also boast the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) quality seal.

All of VetriScience’s supplements are available via Amazon, Chewy, VetriScience.com and other e-commerce retailers, as well as at veterinary clinics.

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