Mercola, Complete Probiotics, For Cats & Dogs, 3.17 ..
Jan 15, 2014 - Mercola Complete Probiotics for Pets is formulated specifically for dogs and cats and delivers 14 strains of beneficial bacteria in every dose.
Good probiotics will oftentimes provide benefits that go beyond the realm of merely regulating a dog’s bowels. Dr. Mercola Complete Probiotics for Pets certainly fits this criteria, and does so without losing focus on providing solid bowel health.
Mercola creates a number of excellent products for pets, including complete probiotics. These probiotics come in powdered form with a scoop for easy measuring. Cats and dogs smaller than 50 lbs take one scoop every day, and larger dogs should have two scoops. The powdered formula makes it extremely easy to feed these probiotics to pets. Most pet owners simply mix the powder into wet pet food.
Mercola Complete Probiotics for Cats & Dogs
MercolaComplete Probiotics for Cats & Dogs
One of my dogs was very yeasty, the other two were mildly so. What worked for them was switching their diet and adding Mercola’s Complete Probiotics. The switch in their diet back then was to a grain, soy, rice, white potato, poultry free. All yeast, bad breath, horrendous gas issues, runny goopy eyes all went away. Also one of them had terribly dry skin. I later transitioned them to all raw and that is what they eat now.Hi Shasta 220. The best yogurt is plain greek yogurt. But plain greek yogurt still does not have as many cultures as you can get in, let’s say, Mercola Complete Probiotics. Not Activia. Plain greek yogurt is much better for humans as it is for dogs.This is a good question. It seems that freeze-dried probiotics may last longer than refrigerated or other powdered products. The probiotic powder product will not last as long if it is exposed to moisture as when the container is opened and closed. When composting probiotics for pets, certains strains a chosen that can survive the harsh stomach environment and reach the intestine. All dogs and cats can benefit a lot from probiotics. But they have slighty different needs, so you should get a supplement designed especially for cats. is a brand that seems to work well. Mercola’s Complete Probiotics for Pets is also very good, just a little more expensive. The tablets will be very effective with digestive disorders because they contain both enzymes and probiotics for dogs. It is a more complete formula. I use both Mercola digestive enzymes and Mercola Complete Probiotics. They are well worth the money. My dogs are doing so well. Cost wise I guess it the size of your dog or dogs would come in to play as to how long they last. My dogs are 5 lbs., 6 lbs., & 7.3 lb.s. When I purchase them I always go for their deals where you can buy more than one at a time and get a “little” bit of a break in cost.Probiotic supplements are complete safe to give to dogs since they contain nothing but natural ingredients, i.e., probiotic bacteria that already exist in the . If side effects do occur after giving probiotics to a dog, they are usually associated with digestive issues, such as excess gas, constipation or diarrhea (if you are not already treating the dog for diarrhea). In addition, the dog’s health problems may worsen a bit before completely clearing up as the GI tract adjusts to the sudden influx of “good” probiotic bacteria.