The Advantages of Adding Probiotics to Your Dogs' Diet
Probiotics refer to the “good kind” of gut-dwelling bacteria and yeasts. Millions and millions of probiotics exist in the gastrointestinal system of all animals, including us. Probiotics assist in the digestion of food, fighting off harmful microorganisms, generating nutrients and vitamins, and strengthening the immune system.
Probiotics also help support intestinal health and help maintain healthy intestinal flora. When there is a lack of probiotics in an animal’s system they can suffer from diarrhea, inflammation of the intestine, intensified allergies, skin irritation and other uncomfortable effects. Has your pet ever obsessively scratched at their -paws or legs? Probiotics are designed to help conditions like these. Probiotics are all-natural supplements that groove right into your pets’ system, containing a source of live (viable) naturally occurring microorganisms to boost your animal’s overall health.
When your dog is experiencing dull fur, acne, greasy texture, rashes, allergies, digestive problems, struggling with stress or taking medications, this is your dog’s ways of telling us something. It’s a reaction to an internal situation. Healthy dog skin is the sign of a healthy digestive system and overall dog health. So what can you do as a dog parent?
Adding a structured diet that combines probiotics, living water, fruits, veggies, and fresh meats, the results will be quick and noticeable. Muscle, bone, and organs should be added to a raw diet for your dog for full effects. You will see your dog’s body thrive on its own. Check out our article on how to determine the best quality dog food for your pet, here!