Dog Probiotics & Vitamins

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  • 20 Probiotic Strains 
  • 21 Multivitamins & Minerals 
  • Prebiotic Inulin 
  • Alpha-Galactosidase 
  • Cranberry Fruit Powder 

Benefits Associated With Probiotics

Probiotics are live microorganisms introduced into the body for their beneficial qualities. Health benefits attributed to the use of probiotics are numerous and well documented. For example, probiotics have been clinically tested and shown to:

  • Reduce the frequency and duration of gastrointestinal illnesses, especially diarrhea, associated with antibiotic use
  • Decrease the number of unfavorable metabolites (procancerogenic enzymes) living in the colon
  • Relieve constipation and irritable bowel syndrome
  • Minimize allergy symptoms by strengthening and stabilizing the immune system
  • Improve mineral metabolism to help dogs achieve healthy bone density and bone stability
  • Improve coat and skin health
  • Provide chemicals necessary for manufacturing biotin (for skin), folic acid and most B group vitamins
  • Facilitate removal of toxins by enhancing digestive processes
The Role Of Probiotics In Dogs
  • Just as in humans, probiotics help restore and maintain the proper balance of “good” and “bad” bacteria ensuring optimal digestive health in dogs.
  • Your dog should have a probiotic supplement in their diet starting as a puppy and continuing into their teenage and adult years of life. If your dog has been on antibiotics, the probiotics will help restore the “good bacteria” that has been killed by the antibiotics and keep your dog’s gastrointestinal tract in balance.
  • Probiotics can also be beneficial when your pets receive vaccinations. Other signs your dog may need probiotics include: diarrhea, dry skin, constant itching or scratching, ear infections, bad breath or foul smell, and shedding large amounts of hair.
  • As always, you should consult your vet before administering any supplement to your dog; especially if your dog has a serious illness.
  • The Recommended Amount Of probiotics To Give Your Dog Daily 
  • The recommended amount of probiotics to give your dog is dependent on their weight and health. A dog under 50 lbs. should get 1-3 billion CFUs (colony forming units) per day; a dog over 50 lbs. should get 2-5 billion CFUs.
The Role Of Vitamins & Minerals In dogs
  • Vitamins are necessary for literally tens of thousands of different chemical reactions in the body.
  • They often work in conjunction with minerals and enzymes to assure normal digestion, reproduction, muscle and bone growth and function, healthy skin and hair, clotting of blood, and the use of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates by the body for overall energy that your pet needs to function.
Can I Give My Dog Probiotics & Multivitamins Together?
  • Yes, and many dietitians/veternarians will recommend this.
  • Probiotics and vitamins work together really well in the body. 
  • Probiotics can help vitamins to be separated and used in the body through the digestive processes.
  • Vitamins do not impede the probiotics role, just as probiotics do not hamper the vitamins. It's a great combination!
Two Great Products In One Formula
  • Why buy a seperate probiotic and multivitamin supplement costing twice as much when ScruffyPet Dogprobiotics & Multivitamins contain 20 carefully selected different probiotic strains ( 2 billion CFUs per scoop) - 21 Multivitamins & Minerals - 750 mg Prebiotic Inulin - Alpha-galactosidase & Cranberry Fruit with 44 different nutriants in total. 
  • Compare us with other leading brands and see the difference!