Let us talk about gut health. Your dog’s digestive tract is filled with bacteria, or microbes, that are both helpful and potentially harmful. This system in its entirety is called the microbiome. The microbiome is a dynamic system that can be changed and modified. It is impacted by diet, stress levels, and environmental factors. When the microbiome is healthy and balanced, pathogenic and symbiotic bacteria coexist without problems. Gut health affects the entire body’s ability to function and the immune system’s ability to keep the body healthy. Your dog can achieve optimal gut health with the combination of prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics within the microbiome.
So, IT ALL BEGINS WITH PREBIOTICS.
Prebiotics, and particularly the ones called FOS, are non-living, non-digestible substances that help create a healthy environment in the guts and that have a beneficial impact on immune health. There is another type of prebiotics, called MOS, they latch onto the bad bacteria and essentially flush them out of the system.
We added prebiotics to our treats to help aid in digestion and support immune function. The results? As your dog’s gut health improves, you will see functional results like a shinier coat, healthier skin, and improved energy levels. Our mission is your dog’s optimal wellness so let’s start on this wellness journey today!
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