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Fur babies with dry, itchy, rashy, red, patchy skin, or another other sign of doggy allergies, may benefit from probiotics for dogs. In fact, dogs are more likely to have skin issues from allergies than the sneezing and watery eyes humans get. However, any sort of doggy allergy may benefit from the regular intake of probiotics.
In this article we will take a quick look at the benefits of probiotics for dogs--and it actually goes far beyond healthy skin or allergy issues!
Read on to find out how aging, stress, behavioral issues, digestive health, joint health and overall health can all also benefit from a healthy doggy microbiome.
Probiotics are good bacteria. Just like the good stuff in yogurt, keifer, kombucha and fermented foods, good bacteria helps a mammal body. Recent studies on humans show that 70-80% of immune system function might depend on these good bacteria, the “biome” (habitat) or “microbiome” (tiny habitat) in the gut.
That’s why if you take an antibiotic, you might have been given the advice to take a probiotic during and/or afterward. You might even just know that eating yogurt or drinking kombucha regularly is super good for you!
Well, dogs are mammals, just like us. Though there’s not yet as much veterinary research on the topic, we can assume that dogs need good bacteria for health, just like humans.
You might have also heard the term “prebiotics.” What are prebiotics? Prebiotics are the nutrients which help feed good bacteria (probiotics). Mostly, fruits and veggies contain these nutrients.
So mammals need good bacteria (probiotics) and food for the good bacteria (prebiotics) to have their best health.
Okay, so probiotics help the microbiome of dogs, and prebiotics feed the probiotics. How does that help your dog?
Given the research, as well as the experiences of pet owners, probiotics seem to help in many ways, including:
As you can see, treating your dog with probiotics has many, far reaching effects. Since a natural probiotic is not a drug, there really aren’t any consequences to worry about when using probiotics as directed.
You can always check with your veterinarian before giving any new food, treat or medicine to your dog.
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