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Project Paws® Advanced Vitamin & Mineral Supplement for Dogs (365 ct.)


  • 6 Reviews
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Project Paws® Multi-Vitamin Tabs are recommended for the health of active, older and working dogs as a daily supplement. Provides a dietary source of vitamins and minerals for better health and more energy. Project Paws Multi-Vitamin Tabs also
provides a high quality source of protein. Give by hand just prior to feeding, or crumble and mix with food.

In addition, Project Paws® Advanced Vitamin & Mineral Support is the only multivitamin on the market that gives back to shelter dogs! Each purchase provides 14 healthy meals for shelters pups waiting for their forever homes.

Directions for Use:

  • Dogs under 10 lb. – 1/2 tablet daily
  • Dogs over 10 lb. – 1-2 tablets daily

Storage: Store tightly closed at room temperature to ensure freshness.


This product feeds 14 shelter dogs! Learn More

Verified Customer Reviews


Our dog was confused by the harder tablet aspect of the vitamin. We solved it by breaking it into fourths, and then he felt comfortable gobbling it up. By: Sonya


My dogs will actually eat these vitamin's without any problem. By: Daniele


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My doggies love their vitamins !!! This product has helped improve their health. They are looking young, active and happy !!! By: Gloria

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