Veterinary pet supplements and nutraceuticals are widely used by dog, cat, and horse owners across the United States, generating millions of dollars in revenue for manufacturers. Despite the widespread use of these veterinary products, oversight and regulation remain limited as compared with human dietary supplement regulations. This review describes the current regulation, quality control, safety, and efficacy of pet supplements and nutraceuticals targeted toward dogs, cats, and horses.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nutrition and Dietetics