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  • Writer's pictureSarah, Chester & Crumble

How do I know if my dog needs probiotics?

When exactly does a dog NEED a probiotic?

There are multiple reasons to start your dog on probiotics. Some examples:

Diarrhoea. ...

Bad Breath & Gas. ...

An Inconsistent Poop Schedule. ...

Excessive Yeast...

Your Dog is Often Anxious..

Itchy Ears and Skin...

A generally healthy dog should be able to maintain the balance of digestive microbes naturally. But during times of stress or illness, an imbalance can occur. That's usually when your dog will need probiotic supplements to help correct that imbalance.

What Are Probiotics for Dogs?

Probiotics are beneficial microorganisms that live in the digestive tract.

Billions of these bacteria (and some yeast) live in the gastrointestinal system of many animals, including dogs. These healthy gut microbes balance the internal environment to prevent disease and promote health.

Gastrointestinal microorganisms perform tasks like:

Helping break down food

Making nutrients and vitamins

Fighting off potential pathogens

Strengthening immunity

Interacting with the “gut-brain axis” that plays an important role in mood

I have recently started Crumble on Dear Doggo's Probiotic Chews due to her Yeasty ears and itchy skin. She hasn't got dry/flaky skin, she had just been constantly itching recently.

Dear Doggo Probiotic Chews are vet-recommended and formulated with a unique blend of science-backed powerful natural ingredients to support your dog's gut health, immunity, itching, licking, scooting and more.

They are Duck flavoured and full of natural ingredients which help;

Reduce Bad Breath & Gas

Nourish's Healthy Gut Bacteria

Provides Anal Gland Support

Clear Waxy, Itchy & Dirty Ears

Supports Healthy Bowel Movements

Gives Immune & Digestion Support

Crumble has now been on the Dear Doggo Probiotics for a just over a week, but I'm already seeing a difference in her ears!

Thanks For Reading

Sarah, Chester & Crumble

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