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5 Things Every Parent Should Know About Their Dogs Gut

By April 9, 2018Uncategorized
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Every parent is concerned about their dogs health but isn’t necessarily educated on the correct steps one needs to take in order to ensure optimum health for their pets gut. As you’d know, dogs aren’t the most hygienic animal of all, unfortunately, eating and licking almost anything. From feline faeces to bits of plastic and whatever else they can get their little paws on. There was even a case where a 3-year-old Great Dane pup had eaten over 40 socks!

The scary truth is that a dog’s immune system isn’t that much different from a human, and what that means is that you have to be extra cautious with what your dog chews on or consumes. We know it’s not always possible to monitor what your dog gets up to or more fittingly, what goes down your dog’s belly, but there are solutions and precautions to combat the germs and disease your dog is exposed to on a daily basis.

At PetProBio we care immensely about the well being of your best friends and that is why we’ve taken the time to put together a list of 5 things every parent should know about their dog’s health.

Vaccinations:

Like humans, dogs, especially puppies, need vaccinations to defend them from all sorts of diseases that bacteria and germs carry. If you don’t take the necessary steps to vaccinate your dog, they can develop the following diseases:

  • Parvovirus
  • Distemper
  • Hepatitis
  • A canine Cough

These injections must be done by a professional. Its advisable to stick with one vet throughout his or her life, so find one that you like and can trust and let your doggy develop a long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationship with its vet (just like you and your doctor or dentist). Your dog will need to go for check-ups just like you. The initial injections may be quite pricey, but they will prevent extremely expensive bills in the future if your dog were to contract one of the above illnesses.

Get your dog fixed:

This is purely for the prevention of your dog wanting to run away from home. Unless you are wanting to breed, professionals recommend de-sexing your dog at 6 months of age. Some owners do it sooner but just do your research first.

Whole raw foods for deworming:

Unbeknownst to some, there are healthy foods that can prevent and even rid your dog of worms.

Fruits and vegetables:

  • Sauerkraut
  • Kimchi
  • Carrots
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Pineapple
  • Papaya
  • Carrots
  • Watercress
  • Fennel
  • Cucumber

These are all great foods that contain enzymes that help fight worms for your canine friend. When preparing such remedies for your dog, do a bit of research first in terms of amounts etc.

Avoid overfeeding:

Animals need the correct balance of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals in order for their immune and digestive systems to work properly. If your dog isn’t fed a balanced diet, it can develop health issues such as:

  • Bone malformations
  • Poor bone density
  • Heart disease

This could be due to a lack of calcium, phosphorous and taurine. Make sure to look out for these specifics when feeding your pet. Consult a vet or research online for healthy diet plans, but make sure to never overfeed your dog. Some people may be under the impression that a dog with a bit of weight on it is a healthy dog, but this is most certainly not the case.

Overweight dogs can develop obesity, which can lead to many severe conditions such as:

  • Difficulty in breathing
  • A decrease in stamina
  • High blood pressure
  • Insulin resistance and even diabetes
  • Several types of liver disease or dysfunction
  • An increased risk of developing malignant tumors (cancer)
  • Osteoarthritis
  • A lowered immune system functionality

This is one of the leading factors of premature death in canine, so make sure to condition your pup, and develop a healthy, sustainable diet while the dog is young.

Probiotics:

At PetProBio, we have developed a truly incredible prebiotic that can be used in all types of scenarios, here are a few, but the list is endless:

  • During and after the use of antibiotics
  • When your pet is recovering from illness
  • Before and after deworming
  • While staying at kennels or a cattery
  • General health for elderly animals
  • As a tonic to reduce stress in pets
  • To settle diarrhoea and bowel trouble
  • To aid with food intolerances and allergies
  • For Colitis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

If you are looking to give your beloved dog a long, healthy and active life, filled with joy and experiences, then contact us to find out more on the perfect supplement that offers ultimate vitality for your pooch.

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