Digestive Care for Dogs
While you might give your dog the best diet you possibly can, it is likely that they are sniffing out tasty treats while out on walks or in the garden. Luckily your dog's digestive system should already be pretty resilient, but these less than desirable snacks can sometimes lead to gastrointestinal infections. In order to toughen up your dog's ability to handle these rare and wonderful treats, you can give them supplements providing intestinal support. This can work both as a preventative measure and as a way of helping your dog to recover from any infections that they have already contracted. Digestive disorders are not only uncomfortable but can mean that your dog is not absorbing the nutrients in their food properly, compromising their health. Taking action as soon as possible is essential to get your dog on the road to recovery. Symptoms such as diarrhoea and vomiting, excess flatulence and loss of appetite are all good indicators that your dog is suffering from digestive problems and needs some help.
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