Probiotics, Enzymes, Humic-Fulvic Acid for Pets


***Please remember that a species appropriate raw diet is ALWAYS the basis of good health for any animal. If you are in doubt as to how to do that, please consider taking joining my DOGgone Truth Club to learn about a whole health lifestyle for your dog. For a diagnosis of any illness please consult with your veterinarian before embarking upon any natural protocol to make certain you are using the correct products for your pet’s health issue***.

Detox

Luxolite – Clay Minerals for Dogs and Cats

On the humic-fulvic acid, this is what I use with my own dogs – I do not receive any affiliate fees for this product: https://www.manalifelab.com/lithicin. Here is a blog post I wrote about these needed nutrients: Fulvic-Humic Acid for Immune Support in Our Pets

Probiotics & Enzymes

Super Pet Enzymes for Dogs & Cats
Pet Enzymes
Pet Flora – Probiotics for Cats
Pet Flora – Probiotics for Dogs

The following is an unsolicited testimonial from a client shared with permission – I am so happy we found balance to help this dog since she is raw fed:

I stopped giving Branwen the plant based probiotics and started her on Pet Flora. She started having regular daily poop. This is the first time since I stopped feeding her any plant based food. ~Hilary C, CA, USA

***For those whose dogs may need joint support or support with other issues, a product that is often touted as a panacea is CBD oil. I will soon be offering CBD oil here, but until then, here is a great resource to help you learn more about it and use this product safety with your dogs: https://www.cbdoil.org/cbd-oil-for-dogs/

***Please remember that a species appropriate raw diet is ALWAYS the basis of good health for any animal. If you are in doubt as to how to do that, I have a great course available DOGgone Wellness, which I created through my years of consulting with clients. It’s available through a great mobile app for easy listening and access.

For a diagnosis of any illness please consult with your veterinarian before embarking upon any natural protocol to make certain you are using the correct products for your pet’s health issue***.

DISCLAIMER: All information contained here on Aspenbloom Pet Care is intended for educational purposes only. It is not provided in order to diagnose, prevent or treat any disease, illness or injured condition. If should consult with and obtain a diagnosis from your veterinarian prior to embarking upon any natural protocol for your pets. If you need guidance in which supplements to use, you may obtain a consultation with me after you’ve received the diagnosis from your veterinarian.

Photo Attribution: Schatzie the Carolina Dog by Dr. Kim Bloomer, All Rights Reserved.

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