DRBC hopes this guide helps you and your dog to a longer, happier, and healthier life. The information presented is meant to be a guide as you look for the proper nutritional program for your pet. The best program begins and remains with your veterinarian. Always include them in your discussion on diet or any other changes to your pets’ lifestyle. Be sure to make that discussion a part of your semiannual veterinary visits.
DRBC has developed a dietary approach aimed at sound health and long life. The building blocks of this program can be found by using the menu below.
Probiotics have been designed to be used on a daily basis, as well as during times of stress including traveling, kenneling or training and after antibiotic therapy, deworming, and for digestive disorders.
- Provides one billion CFUs of probiotics per serving
- Contains nine strains of probiotics
- Includes the soluble fiber benefits of FOS
- Is very palatable
- Contains a highly stable probiotic species called GanedenBC30® (Bacillus Coagulans)
Probiotics are beneficial microorganisms that help control the critical balance in the digestive system. They prevent the growth of undesirable microorganisms. Balance within the digestive system is essential to maintain a healthy intestine, protect against disease, improve digestion, and enhance overall health. Microflora also resides in other areas where mucous membranes are exposed to the environment such as the skin, respiratory tract, and genital-urinary tract.
Ways That Probiotics Keep Dogs Healthy:
- Support in digestion and prevent gas, bloating, and bad breath.
- Prevent unwanted opportunistic strains of bacteria from growing to a population where they can cause health challenges.
- Support a healthy immune system.
- Produce B vitamins and enzymes.
- Support regularity.
About FOS (Fructooligosaccharides):
FOS are soluble fibers and prebiotics that support the growth of beneficial microbes in the intestinal tract. They have been shown to inhibit the growth of harmful bacterial species. Because FOS is not digested by the body, it will increase the amount of material in the intestinal tract and stimulate the elimination process to support regularity.
NOTE: Nutrition is part of the overall wellness plan you should discuss with your veterinarian. The information contained in this website and on this page specifically represents that of the DRBC organization. All of our decisions on diet are discussed with our veterinarians on a routine basis.