Do you ever feel like your dog's digestion is the most unpredictable thing out there? One day they are fine and the next they are leaving a surprise present all over your dinning room floor. Well, have no fear Dr Woow Probiotic Dog Chews are here to save the day! These little treats are packed with all the beneficial bacteria that can help improve your dog's digestive system and overall health. And let's be real, anything that helps prevent those surprises at home is worth trying, am I right?
But in all seriousness, if you are a pet parents like us, you know that your furry friend health it must be taken seriously. That is why in this blog we will be discussing the benefits of probiotic dog chews, how they help improve your dog's digestion and overall well being.
What are probiotic dog chews?
Probiotic dog chews are a type of dg treat that contain beneficial bacteria, similar to the probiotics found in human probiotic supplements or yogurts. Usually probiotic dog chews are formulated to be easy to digest and provide many other benefits beyond improving the digestion system.
Dr Woow Pre, Pro, Post Biotic Digestive Chews for dogs provide not only probiotic benefits but also brings prebiotics and postbiotics to your pups digestive system. By adding beneficial gut bacteria to their gut, these chews can help support your dog's overall health and wellbeing.
These probiotic chews help boost the immune system, improve nutrient absorption, reduce risk of digestive issues like diarrhea. Plus they offer a tasty and convenient way for your pup to boost their overall health.
How do probiotic dog chews improve digestion?
Probiotics dog chews are meant to boost the healthy gut bacteria that help them digest the food we give them. Thanks to its properties the probiotics we feed our dogs help them maintain a healthy amount of good bacteria in their body and allow them to break down food faster and more efficiently. At the same time probiotics are known to help lower digestive upsets such as diarrhea and gastrointestinal upsets.
Recent studies, showcase that probiotics have benefits beyond the digestion system for pups. Some of the benefits may include counter reactions to urinary tract infections, nutrient absorption, immune system disorders and even anxiety!
Mental health is one of the most interesting revelations about dog probiotics. The gastrointestinal tract and your dogs brain are so connected that proper microorganism in the intestines may help with mental and emotional regulation.
What are the other benefits of probiotic dog chews?
In addition to improving digestion and boosting the immune system, probiotic dog chews can also help to reduce bad breath and improve dental health. The beneficial bacteria in these chews can help to break down plaque and tartar, leading to healthier teeth and gums. Probiotic dog chews may also help with:
- Bad breath
- Coat Quality
- Immune Disorders
- Intestinal inflammation
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Liver disease
- Skin disorders
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Provide the needed chemicals that are needed to produce biotin, B group vitamins and folic acid
How often should you give your dog probiotic chews?
The frequency of giving your dog probiotic chews will depend on the specific product and your dog's individual needs. Some probiotic chews may be recommended for daily use, while others may only need to be given a few times a week. Dr Woow probiotics dog chews are based on your pups weight and the feeding instructions can be found on the side of the label and they are:
- If your pup is 25 lbs. & under: 1 Chew
- If your pup is between 26 lbs. - 74 lbs.: 2 Chews
- If your pup is 75 lbs. & Over: 3 Chews
What should you look for when choosing probiotic dog chews?
In a podcast Dr. Gail Czarnecki-Maulden a leader pet research nutritionist at explains that when choosing a probiotic dog chews pet parents should look into the specific probiotics in the product. She cites a study in which scientists examined live microbe Lactobacillus acidophilus (Which is part of Dr Woow Proprietary Probiotic Blend) extracted from dog feces. In the study they where 97 stains, only 17 had probiotics activity but each of them showed different proprieties.
She points out that more strains or different forms of bacteria are not necessarily better in probiotics, because they may work against one another. Of the studies conducted on how well probiotics work, she says, most have been done with single strains.
It's also important to choose chews that are made with natural, healthy ingredients and do not contain any harmful additives or preservatives. Finally, consider your dog's individual needs and any specific digestive issues they may have when selecting a probiotic chew.
So what do you think are you ready to try out Dr Woow Pre, Pro, Post Biotic Digestive Dog Chews? Is your dog already taking probiotics? Let us know in the comments below.