How’s your dog’s stool? The quality of your dog’s stool is the best indicator of his/her digestive and overall health. The size, shape, texture, and color all matters. Is your dog having trouble forming solid stools? Probiotics for dogs like Humarian’s Probonix can help firm up your dog’s stool.
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The Poop on Probiotics | Helps Firm Up Your Dog’s Stool
What is your dog’s stool telling you?
Part of owning a dog means regular scooping up poop. You also get to know more a lot about your dog’s health from his/her poop. I picked up many poops and I know when it’s not good. A good dog poop is firm, but not hard and I can pick it up and leave no residue on the grass.
It’s almost a year since we adopted KORU BEAR. His original poop was terrible and embarrassing to pick up. I had to make several changes to his diet. My quest for the right dog food is ongoing but adding probiotics, often called “good” or “helpful” bacteria, was so helpful. Probiotics eased KORU BEAR’s digestive problems and definitely made picking up dog’s stool more pleasant.
Yogurt is the most popular probiotic food source, but I find probiotic supplement as a better option. There are different forms of probiotics for dogs; powder, chewable tablet, and liquid. To ensure you’re supplying the right types of bacteria for your dog’s health, use only probiotics formulated specifically for dogs. Why? There are many different strains of probiotics and some are more beneficial for your dog’s health.
Probiotics supplements for dogs like Probonix includes a healthy strain of Enterococcus faecium that is an excellent and easy way to help promote balance in the gut.
Probonix Liquid Probiotics for Dogs
Probonix, liquid probiotics for dogs, is scientifically tested and proven. On a previous post, Keep You Dog’s Gut Happy and Healthy with Probonix Liquid Probiotic, I shared specifics about Probonix eight effective beneficial probiotic strains and how it’s made – Humarian’s Probonix is manufactured in a USA based Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) facility.
Beef flavored Probonix is easy to use.
Just add 6-8 drops/day to your dog’s meal or water.
Is it worth giving your dog a probiotic supplement? Yes!
Supplementing your dog with “helpful good” bacteria can help improve his/her digestion and definitely firm up an unpleasant soft stool. Liquid probiotics for dogs like Probonix can also help with your dog’s allergies, yeast infections, dermatitis, and even dental issues.
If you are unsure about probiotics, speak with your veterinarian to help decide which type of product will be best to help firm up your dog’s stool and keep your dog’s digestive health on track.
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Have you tried probiotics to firm up your dog’s stool?
I love, first of all that I got to meet and snuggle Koru Bear, and that he is such a great model for this post. Great info and I am so happy to have Henrietta on probiotics and glad it’s helping Koru Bear, too!
Thank you KORU BEAR and mom. Daisy might need this as her poop is not so good.
Emmy Scammahorn says
I always say that good poop is your pet’s greatest gift to you. “Normal” poop means your pet’s system is functioning and healthy. You can’t get better than that!
Madi and Mom says
OMCs…that was quite an interesting scoop of poop and OMCs your bowl of food looked yummy
Hugs madi your bfff
things to do says
Thank you so much for sharing the post! I have change my dog food for a weeks and I notice his stool is different. Gotta add this probiotics and change to the old dog food.
Bridget Rangel says
I am a dog owner and I have used a Probiotics for my dog and it resulted in a different stool. Nice topic for a new dog owner.