Revealed: The 5 Silent Distress Signals Your Dog is Broadcasting Loud and Clear

The 5 Silent Distress Signals

Unmask the truth behind your dog's erratic digestion, incessant itching, and unpredictable moods ...

While our furry friends might not speak our language, they often have their ways of signaling when something's off.

Especially when it comes to gut health, the signs can be subtle, yet telling.

Dive in to uncover the key indicators that might be your dog's silent plea for some extra support.

Understanding the Signs: Is Your Dog in Discomfort?

Dog in Discomfort

#1 Irregular Stools: If your dog's poop is frequently too hard, too soft, or irregular, it's a clear sign their gut balance might be skewed.

#2 Excessive Gas: Occasional gas is normal, but if your dog seems to be a mini "gas factory," and the smell is so horrid it makes your eyes burn, their microbiota could be imbalanced.

#3 Constant Scratching: Surprisingly, skin issues can be a reflection of gut health. If your dog constantly scratches their ears, licks their paws, or has skin irritations, looking inward (to their gut) might be the solution. These symptoms are often a sign of yeast overgrowth, which can be solved by rebalancing the microbiota.

#4 Low energy: A compromised gut can rob your dog of essential nutrients, leading to lethargy and less motivation to move and play.

#5 Mood Swings: Believe it or not, the gut plays a role in mood regulation. If your dog seems unusually irritable or anxious, it could be a cry for gut help.

Your dog might not be able to verbalize their discomfort, but they're relying on you to decode their signals and take appropriate action.

You could try to tackle these issues one by one, but there is a better way…

All of these nuisances stem from one place - your dog’s microbiota, the delicate ecosystem of bacteria, viruses, and fungi that (usually) live in harmony in your dog’s body.

They are heavily involved in your dog’s digestion, immune system response, metabolism, and overall mental and physical well-being.

That is why it makes sense to target it directly and tackle the problem at the root.

That will not only get rid of whatever current issue your dog is having but also make sure they don’t come back in the future.

That’s why we developed Belly Champ. It’s approved by vets and loved by customers.

Pawital helps maintain your dog's optimal health

"I'm happy to recommend Pawital, which is formulated to support internal bodily balance and helps maintain your dog's optimal health."

Aleksandar Pavsic
Dr. vet. med., Zamba Veterinarians

And the effects are seen practically immediately.

In the words of one of our customers:

"Both my dogs took Belly Champ. In just 2 days their poop looked better than ever before. I was just like whaaaat."

Try Pawital now and do what is best for your dog.