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NaturVet Advanced Probiotics & Enzymes Plus for Dogs -- 70 Soft Chews


NaturVet Advanced Probiotics & Enzymes Plus for Dogs
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NaturVet Advanced Probiotics & Enzymes Plus for Dogs Description

  • Vet Strength PB6 Probiotic
  • Great for pets with sensitive stomachs and digestive issues
  • Specifically developed to support and balance the total GI environment
  • Pre & Probiotics - Travels the complete GI tract for optimal stomach and intestinal balance
  • Wheat Free
  • For Dogs
  • Clear snap cap seals freshness in!

PB6 technology enables beneficial bacteria to travel through the complete GI tract for optimal stomach and intestinal balance.


Directions

Feeding Directions: For use in dogs over 6 weeks of age.

 

Weight:

Up to 20 lbs. = 1 soft chew

21 to 40 lbs. = 2 soft chews

41 to 80 lbs. = 3 soft chews

Over 80 lbs. = 4 soft chews

 

Free Of
Wheat.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Servings per Container: 0
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Guaranteed Analysis per 2 Soft Chews:
Alpha-Amylase (Aspergillus oryzae)2320 SKBU
Lipase (Aspergillus niger)210 LU
Cellulase (Trichoderma longibrachiatum)75 CMCU
Protease (Papaya)22100 PU
Bacillus coagulans1 million CFU
Bacillus subtilis (PB6)1 billion CFU
Fructooligosaccharides80 mg
Other Ingredients: Brewer's dried yeast, glycerin, dried potato product, flaxseed, lecithin, canola oil, natural flavoring, water, maltodextrin, dreid bacillus subtilis fermentation prouct, dreid aspergillus oryzae fermentation product, dried aspergillus niger fermentation solubles, dried trichoderma longibrachiatum fermentation product, carica papaya, dried bacillus coagulans fermentation product, fructooligosaccharides, tapioca starch, sorbic acid (a preservative), mixed tocopherols (a preservative), rosemary extract, and vegetable oil.
Warnings

For dogs over 6 weeks of age. This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only. Due to the tasty nature of the products, do not leave package unattended around pets.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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4 Ways to Support Your Pet's Digestive Health

Just like people, animals' overall health is connected to digestive health. Not only does your pet's healthy digestion affect the absorption of vitamins and minerals from the foods they eat, but it's also paramount for healthy-functioning immune system. Luckily, there are a few simple steps you can take to help your fur baby achieve optimal digetion, for everyday comfort, happiness and a long, healthy life! 

Pets With Good Digestive Health Eating Food Enriched With Probiotics for Dogs & Cats | Vitacost.com/blog

1. Feed them appropriate foods

Pets are more than just furry companions; they're a part of the family. But that doesn’t mean they should be eating what we are serving at the dinner table. In fact, giving your pet frequent “treats” of table scraps can actually be harmful to their health.

One of the most common digestive problems in pets is a condition called pancreatitis. This is an inflammation of the pancreas which is cause most often by excessive fat in your dog or cat’s diet. Symptoms include repeated vomiting, diarrhea, a hunched back, lethargy, abdominal distention and fever. This is a very serious condition that requires immediate medical attention as it can be life threatening.

So, regardless of how adorable your cat looks drinking a bowl of cream or how crazy your dog gets for a bite of bacon, it’s best to stick to foods and treats that are specifically formulated for dogs or cats.

2. Try a probiotic supplement

It’s true, just like us, our dogs and cats can benefit from the regular addition of probiotics to their diet. Dr. Natalie Barrett, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in Moorpark, California, is a strong proponent of probiotics for dogs and cats. 

“Probiotics have been researched and proven to promote the health of the intestinal tract, which can be helpful in a variety of conditions for dogs and cats,” she explains. Probiotics can be beneficial to keep a pet’s digestion efficient and regular, which, in turn, helps to promote overall health and wellness.  

But not all supplements are created the same, and don’t just go sharing your probiotics with your pet, because that can lead to big problems. Dr. Barrett stresses, “It is very important to use supplements, especially probiotics, that have been researched and proven to be effective. It is crucial to consult with your veterinarian on what the best type would be for each individual pet.”

3. Watch for viruses or bacteria

Many animals can be exposed to and contract viruses and bacteria that can make them very ill and can possibly be fatal. Parvovirus is a common, highly contagious, intestinal virus that has a high rate of fatality, especially in puppies. Coronavirus is another which is common as well. There are even certain bacterial infections such as salmonella and e.coli, which can be passed between pets and humans, or vice versa.

If your pet has a healthy digestive system, it can aid not only in you recognizing the symptoms, as vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargy will be noticeable changes in their health and behavior, but can healthy digestion can also be instrumental in their ability to battle and recover from such illnesses.

Prevent and treat parasites

Parasites are a particularly disruptive, as well as gross, ailment that can be miserable for both you and your pet. Though there are various types, you will mostly come across them as worms in your pet’s stool. These are transmitted by exposure to the feces of other dogs or cats or ingestion of an infected flea (which is why it is also important to make sure to take action to protect your dog or cat from fleas by regularly treating with a topical anti-flea medication or consistently applying with all-natural preventative sprays).

Parasites are typically treated with an over the counter deworming medication or a prescription from your veterinarian. If your pet has a healthy digestive system, this will help in the treatment and eradication of these disgusting and uncomfortable parasites. 

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