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Paw DigestiCare 60 150g

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Paw DigestiCare 60 combines multi-stain probiotic powder with fermented wholefood powder. Provides good bacteria to restore and improve intestinal balance. It aids during period of intestinal dysfunction, including treatment and control of diarrhoea. Helps in the establishment of gastrointestinal microflora of puppies and kittens. Delivers essential amino and fatty acids, key vitamins and minerals via naturally fermented organic wholefood powder. In form of highly palatable powder that can be easily sprinkled onto your pet's food. Suitable for dogs, cats and other companion pets with poor digestion, suffering from stress or after antibiotic treatments. Consult your veterinarian regularly for further information and advice.
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    • Health Benefits
      Digestive Health
    • Brand
      Paw
    • Ingredients
      Active ingredients: 7 strain probiotic powder at 60,000,000 cfu / 2g (Lactobacillus acidophilus; L.delbrueckii subspecies bulgaricus; L.lantarum; L. rhamnosus; Bifidobacterium bifidum; Enterococcus faecium;Streptococcus alivarius subspecies thermophilus). Other ingredients: naturally fermented organic whole grains and seeds, alfalfa grass, quinoa, spirulina and other legumes and cereals to provide easily absorbed nutritional support.
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    • karen says... I wanted to get something for my little dog who has digestive problems. At least once a month out of the blue she would get a gurgling stomach and would be off her food and general unwell for at least 24 hours. I thought I would try her on a probiotic. I purchased Paws digestive care 60. She has been on it for 2 months now and it is working a treat she has had one incident in the first 2 weeks but it was not as bad as he usual unsettled stomach and the 2nd month she has not had any upset stomach. I give it to my larger dog as well because they share food so I cannot monitor and I think it makes for a healthy and happy dog. I will keep getting this for them for general gut health I cannot recommend it high enough. It is a little pricey but it seems to be on sale quite often and it last about 2 months if you are using 4g scoops in their food daily.
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    • Hong Formby says... I use this for my old dog (13 YO) to balance his bowel. He has a lot diarrhea recently. After he's on for 2 days he is back to normal and healthy
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    • Tab says... I started to use this for my dog after she finished a course of antibiotics, and I'm going to be continuing her on it. No more flatulence or belching, and good, healthy bowel movements
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