I think I may have to draw the line at vitamin water for dogs however

There are water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins. Water-soluble vitamins such as vitamin B and C are easily flushed from the body. Fat-soluble vitamins such as Vitamin A and E however, are stored in the dog's body. Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) is also a fat-soluble vitamin and like vitamin A and E, any excess is in the liver and bloodstream.

From that thought comes  – the first flavored, vitamin-enhanced premium dog water beverage.

Whyte continued, “I turned to Stacy and said, ‘there should be a product like this for dogsthey also need vitamins and electrolytes...they play even harder than we do, most of the time. And water alone, might not be fulfilling their replenishment requirements’.”

Vita-Dog Multi-Vitamin Water Review - Healthy Pet Drink Beverages?

Hi Amiee- totally agree. I could see using the dog specific hydration bottle as well but not so much the vitamin water part. With so many flavors to choose from, and the simple accessibility of this water, the Vita-Dog formula helps you to finally give your . This remedy isn’t meant to be used as an incentive for tricks, or to help train your beloved pooch.

On the other hand, water-soluble vitamins are quite safe for dogs

The only disadvantage to learning about the Vita-Dog water from the website is the limited information involved on it. You probably have plenty of other questions, which you can learn the answers to, by calling customer service.

Water Soluble Multi-Vitamin for dogs - K-10+ Dog Supplements

Any drink with vitamin or mineral supplements for humans could be harmful to a dog. Dogs can tolerate only specific amounts of certain vitamins and minerals that already naturally occur in dog food and water. Gatorade also contains a high percentage of sugar which could be very harmful to a diabetic dog. There are also artificial colorings and additives which can disrupt the healthy functioning of the urinary tract and other systems. Although they are physically very different beings from humans, dogs are mammals and share some nutritional needs with us. Like humans, dogs benefit from water-soluble vitamins on a daily basis and certain B vitamins, such as folate. Certain human supplements, however, are not safe for dogs. It is important to know the difference.Effects: Vitamin C is synthesized in the liver by dogs. It is important in collagen synthesis, and in many other metabolic reactions, including proper functioning of the immune system. Since the dog's body produces Vitamin C, many pet food manufacturers and veterinarians state that it is not required in the food and that oversupplementation may be harmful. This is not true, and supplementation in an appropriate form (for example Ester-C, calcium ascorbate) can have beneficial effects on dogs suffering from chronic joint and musculoskeletal disorders. In puppies it helps to prevent the development of such disorders.
Deficiency: Signs of deficiency include impaired wound healing, greater susceptibility to infection (decreased immune function), muscle and joint pain.
Toxicity: None, vitamin C is water soluble and excess is regularly excreted by the body, but overconsumption may cause diarrhea since vitamin C is a natural laxative. Recent studies have shown that excessively high doses of vitamin C may contribute to the formation of kidney stones, and in very rare cases anemia caused by interference with vitamin B12 absorption.
Stability: Partially or completely destroyed by overcooking or long periods of storage as it is sensitive to heat, light and oxygen.
Sources: Citrus fruits, berries, tomatoes, cauliflower, potatoes, green leafy vegetables, green peppers.The fat-soluble vitamins are vitamins A, D, E and K. Unlike water-soluble vitamins, fat-soluble vitamins are stored by the dog's body. For this reason, there is a greater chance that dogs can experience toxicity when given supplements containing these vitamins. However, only vitamins A and D seem to have "a potential toxicity," according to doctors Foster and Smith. If using a human supplement, keep in mind that dogs need no more than 2,272 IU/lb of food of vitamin A, 227 IU/lb of food of vitamin D and 23 IU/lb of food of vitamin E, consumed on a dry-matter basis. If the human supplement contains more than these amounts, adjust the dosage accordingly.