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Is Your Dog’s Poop … Bad? It Could Be Worse Than You Think

The 5 Silent Distress Signals

Smelly, soft, runny, mushy, and sometimes even diarrhea. That’s bad poop.

Other common digestion problems also include:

  • Excessive farting and smelly farts
  • Irregular or slow digestion
  • Etc.

These aren’t just smelly, annoying and uncomfortable, but are a clear sign that there’s a problem in your dog’s gut.

Poor Digestion Leads to Serious Health Issues

Poor digestion can lead to more serious issues, like:

  • Nutrition deficiencies, due to malabsorption of nutrients
  • Weight loss or weight gain, if the metabolism is disrupted
  • Gastrointestinal discomfort can lead dogs to behavioral changes like lethargy and irritability
  • Weakened immune system
  • Chronic health problems, like pancreatitis, liver disease or inflammatory bowel disease

So, if you spot any poor digestion signs, you need to act now.

But What is Really the Problem?

There could be multiple root causes for digestion issues, but one of the most common ones is an unbalanced gut.

Inside our dogs (and humans, too), is an entire city filled with good bacteria, bad bacteria and yeast. This is known as the gut microbiome.

Everything in the gut microbiome is meant to work well together. BUT, like cities can get overpuplated and filled with pollution, so can our dog’s gut microbiome.

That happens when bad bacteria and yeast outnumber the good bacteria.

Fortunately there are clinically proven solutions that works.

Support Your Dog’s Gut with Postbiotics

Postbiotics maintain a good bacterial balance in your dog’s gut. 

Adding postbiotics to your dog’s diet will ensure that the good bacteria in the gut outnumber the bad bacteria, and prevent the bad bacteria from causing havoc in your dog’s body.

This surge of support is designed to re-balance your dog’s gut and promote a healthy, happy dog - free from constant health issues.