Postbiotics can support immune health, provide digestive support, improve gut function, and help to restore the ability to adequately absorb nutrients, including vitamins.
Postbiotics have been shown time after time to be beneficial for everything from clearing gut infections and resolving imbalances to supporting the immune system and enhancing the protective gut mucus lining.
Research also indicates Postbiotics may also improve vitamin and mineral absorption.
Our issue with the other Probiotics on the market is sprinkling a powder over a fussy dog’s food mostly causes the dogs to not eat their food or eat around the powder and leave it in the side of the dish.
Hence Activ Daily has four specifically formulated Probiotics infused into a 100% natural treat that every dog loves and craves.
Our Postbiotic Strain has been specially formulated by our expert team of research and development scientists specifically for DOGS, we are not just giving your dogs human postbiotics like most of the other products on the market.
We have put an amazing amount of work and effort into the develop of what strains we use and the specific amounts of each to come up with the perfect amount to produce the perfect Postbiotic Treat.
When your pet is sick or feeling stressed (for example, when she’s boarded at a kennel or is moved to a new home), the balance between healthy and illness-causing microbes in her gut can become disrupted. This can lead to issues like diarrhea, gas, cramping, and bad breath. Probiotics have been shown to reduce the duration of diarrhea in dogs from seven to four days.
Antibiotics do not discriminate between good and bad bacteria. And while antibiotics are effective at fighting infection, they may also cause diarrhoea or other gastrointestinal side effects in your dog. If you know ahead of time that your loyal companion will be taking antibiotics, you may be able to ward off unpleasant side effects by starting your dog on probiotics a few days in advance and continuing them beyond the duration of antibiotic treatment.
If you have a pet that suffers from chronic intestinal distress, try giving her a high-quality dog probiotic with prebiotics daily to help replenish her gut with healthy bacteria. This practice can support a healthy inflammatory response in her GI tract and ultimately help her feel better.
One of the first signs your pet isn’t feeling well is a behavioural change. As humans do, dogs with unhealthy gut bacteria and digestion problems may also experience emotional issues. These might include behaviours like excessive licking or other obsessive-compulsive actions. So, in the process of supporting digestive health, probiotics might also improve your dog’s behaviour.
Older dogs are much more susceptible to weakened immune systems. And since almost 70 percent of immune cells are in the gut, promoting the growth of healthy, or ‘good,’ bacteria in the GI tract is a sound way to help boost immunity. Your dog’s gut flora is very important to her overall health and well-being and may be the key to living a long, happy life.
Constipation is no fun, for humans and dogs alike. Painful gas, bloating and cramping can, if left untreated, also lead to vomiting, lethargy, and loss of appetite. Together, exercise, fresh water, and dog probiotics support a healthy gut environment, so that your pet doesn’t have to suffer from painful issues related to unhealthy gut bacteria.
If your dog has been eating the same food for a long time and you make a switch, I can almost guarantee your furry friend will experience gastrointestinal distress as a result. Prep your dog’s gut with probiotics to level the playing field against the ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria before changing to a different food.
Allergies (which are essentially misguided immune system responses) are on the rise in humans and dogs alike. Researchers have attributed this, in part, to an imbalance of bacteria in the gut. Because gut and immune health are so intertwined, giving your dog probiotics may lessen skin allergy symptoms. Several studies support this theory, having demonstrated that dog probiotics may be effective for allergy management.
Preliminary research suggests that giving your dog probiotics could also support her dental health. That’s reason for both of you to smile!
Promoting the growth of healthy gut bacteria can have all sorts of beneficial effects on the body, making you look and feel better. When you give your pup a daily dog probiotic you’ll likely see the benefits on the outside of her body, as she begins to feel better on the inside.