Canine Whole Body Support
Canine Whole Body Support provides general multisystem support for daily maintenance of all body systems, with emphasis on a healthy endocrine system Is an excellent nutritional foundation for use with all other system-support formulas.
Indications for Use: Daily supplement for any patient: Growing animals, Performance/working animals, Endocrine system support, Senior animals, and more!
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Beneficial bacteria, or probiotics, in your pet's gut are key building blocks for overall health.
A majority of the immune system lives in the gut. Keeping an abundance of good bacteria in the gut's delicate microbiome can help strengthen the immune system. This could help your dog or cat fight off harmful bacteria, viruses, and everyday toxins as well as to prevent allergies, maintain a healthy weight, and improve the overall quality of life! Read on to learn more about how to restore your pet's gut health.
4 Ways to Restore Your Dog's Gut Health
- Feed your dog a nutrient-dense, biologically appropriate diet.
- Introduce probiotics into their diet to build good bacteria
- Add organic bone broth to their food to increase nutrient absorption
- Maintain daily exercise and play to help reduce stress
Hair & Saliva
Pet Health Analysis
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