posted: by: Jen Tags: "Clinic Specials" "News" 

"You've probably heard about probiotics, whether from food commercials or from your doctor. They're usually linked to digestive health, and just like with humans, probiotics can also be beneficial to both cats and dogs. You might not think of nutritionally managing health problems with strains of healthy bacteria, but it's actually quite natural. f you've noticed your pet has had gastrointestinal incidents, like vomiting, diarrhea or excessive gas, your pet might benefit from a probiotic supplement.

These GI conditions are often associated with an imbalance in intestinal microflora (bacteria), which can be triggered by stress (related to boarding or changes in the home environment), dietary problems or food change. Since antibiotics work by killing bacteria, antibiotic therapy can also leave a pet in need of a probiotic boost."

We carry several products. including Acetylator, Prostora, Pro-Pectalin, Proviable and Fortiflora.