Do you know what the best probiotic for your dog and cat is?
Nourishing your pet’s gut health is essential to healing and preventing disease.
The microbiome is an important part of your dog and cat’s overall immune health. It can affect every tissue in your pet’s body!
These good bacteria assist in the digestion of nutrients, synthesize vitamins, prevent infection, and impact the overall immune system.
However, many pets are dealing with dysbiosis, where the good bacteria levels in their GI tract are not at optimal levels.
What are common signs that your pet’s gut health is not doing well?
Allergies, cancer, arthritis, amongst other diseases, can be the result of gut bacteria being off.
Other common GI upset signs include:
- Flatulence (excessive gas)
- Loose stool
- Eating a lot of grass
- Skin inflammation
Many health conditions are related to gut dysbiosis.
Also, many of the conventional drugs that are given to help your pet stop itching or treat an infection will directly impact the levels of good bacteria in your pet.
Studies show that a single dose of metronidazole (Flagyl) antibiotics can disrupt good bacteria for a year and a half.
If we’re not replacing the good bacteria or feeding the microbiome the right probiotic foods, your pet will continue to show symptoms.
This is the vicious cycle of going back and forth to the veterinary clinic for the same problem, spending lots of money, and watching your pet be miserable.
It’s frustrating for you as a pet parent and the veterinarian.
However, there are many ways that you can support your pet’s health through diet and introducing supplements, like probiotics.
Make sure you watch the video to learn more about how you can use probiotics in your dogs and cats to help them feel their best.
In this video, you’ll learn how to optimize your pet’s gut health through probiotics and diet:
What is the microbiome
Why beneficial bacteria help our pet’s bodies
How can probiotics help your pet’s gut health
Different types of probiotics and which probiotics are best for your dog and cat
Probiotic side effects and what it means
Best dosage of probiotics
How to use diet to support the microbiome
Prebiotics and why they’re important
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