6 Important Questions about Your Dog’s Gut Microbiome

6 Important Questions about Your Dog’s Gut Microbiome

WHAT IS A DOG’S MICROBIOME Your dog’s microbiome are all the microorganisms living on or inside of a dog’s body. All microorganisms include ba...
A High-Count, Multi-Strain Probiotic for Your Dog

A High-Count, Multi-Strain Probiotic for Your Dog

A dog’s digestive system already has trillions of microorganisms also known as “gut flora” of up to 1,000 different species. When the canine digestive system is compromised, the microorganisms become imbalanced which typically causes digestive issues such as diarrhea, vomiting, constipation, or a range of other wellness or immune issues.

So, in a dog’s gut already containing trillions of microbes, what can help increase the population of a healthy gut following a microflora imbalance?  A high-dose, multi-strain probiotic of course! 

Not All Pet Probiotics Are Created Equal.  6 Tips for Choosing the Right Probiotic for Your Dog

Not All Pet Probiotics Are Created Equal. 6 Tips for Choosing the Right Probiotic for Your Dog

One of the most efficient and effective ways to help a dog maintain a healthy microbiome is with a high-count, multi-species probiotic that contain...
Fourth of July Cookout Food Could Mean Diarrhea For Your Dog!

Fourth of July Cookout Food Could Mean Diarrhea For Your Dog!

Most pet parents don’t realize that giving table scrap “treats” from the backyard cookout can cause serious gastrointestinal upset in dogs (especially lower bowel irritation or colitis) resulting in days, if not weeks, of vomiting, diarrhea or severe indigestion.  In addition, many of our favorite human foods such as onions, garlic, avocados, chocolate, raisins, and sugary foods and drinks can be toxic or even deadly for dogs. 
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