Dog Digestion Issues – Fidobiotics

Dog Digestion Issues

Rumbly Tummy? Try Probiotics For Your Dog's Digestion

Probiotics can help manage gas, immune function, and support Fido’s detoxification and elimination process. Good Guts, our once-a-day probiotic supplement for dog digestion, is also deliciously flavored and tastes just like a Coconut Peanut Butter blend.

Good Guts contains up to 12 billion CFUs of live bacteria per scoop and includes:

  • Probiotic blend (Bacillus subtillis, Lactobacillus plantarum, Enterococcus faecium)
  • L. acidophilus
  • Bifidobacterium lactis 
  • L. plantarum
  • L. bulgaricus
  • Saccharomyces
  • Boulardii
  • Digestive enzyme blend including papain, bromelain, trichoderma reesei, rhizopus oryzae, and aspergillus oryzae
Why Digestive Enzymes For Your Dog or Cat?

The blend of digestive enzymes Fidobiotics uses in our daily probiotic powder helps break down often undigested ingredients that can be present in both kibble and raw diets, giving you (and your pup) more bang for your buck! All of the enzymes Fidobiotics uses are sourced from plant sources. Bromelain is a yummy enzyme that is sourced from pineapple and papain comes from papaya!


The More You Know...
When choosing a human grade probiotic for your dog, it’s important to look for two things: the amount of colony forming units (CFUs), which is the number of active or live cultures that will provide a beneficial influence on your microbiota; and that the supplement contains multiple strains of probiotic bacteria, which will provide a wider range of benefits. It is believed that Bifidobacteria and lactobacilli are the most prevalent bacteria in the large and small intestine, respectively, and therefore are extremely desirable in your probiotic supplement.

Storage Instructions:  Fidobiotics probiotic powder for dogs and cats does not require refrigeration and is best if stored in cool, dry place.  Cooler temperatures and refrigeration will always extend product shelf life.