What does vitamin A do exactly?
Vitamin A is primarily found in (the fat from) animal products. It is necessary for the production and function of the body’s tissues, including in the skin, trachea and intestines. Vitamin A will also ensure that your four-legged friend is more resistant to infection. Furthermore, vitamin A aids the development of your pet’s eyesight. In the most serious cases, a vitamin A deficiency can lead to night blindness, though also cause dry skin, lacklustre fur and poor teeth. If you feed your pet Yarrah food, then it will be getting enough vitamin A.https://www.yarrah.com/uk/faqs/ingredients/what-does-vitamin-a-do-exactly/