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Ensure ultimate digestive health for your canine with 21st Century Essential Pet Probiotics
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The probiotics listed in the article are made specifically for dogs and have different bacteria in them than those for humans. For some dogs, they are more effective than human products for that reason. But in a pinch, you could use a human probiotic temporarily if you couldn’t get the canine version. If it didn’t do the trick, you could switch to a canine product instead. The human products are available just about anywhere – grocery stores, Walmart, Walgreen’s, CVS, etc. The canine products are available through your veterinarian, through pet stores (at least the larger ones – PetSmart, PetCo, etc.), and online (Amazon, 800-Pet-Meds, etc.)
13 Items - Shop the latest probiotics for dogs at PetSmart. With high-quality dog probiotics, you can protect his urinary and digestive health.
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Nulo MedalSeries for dogs is a line exclusive to PetSmart for the pet parent wanting to serve up high-protein, low carb meals for pups who share their pet parents' active lifestyle. The Chicken and Pea recipe has the rich protein and low carbohydrate ingredients needed for stable energy with over 82% of the protein coming from animal-based sources. Nulo delivers rich protein and low carbohydrate ingredients along with high-quality amino acids with advanced probiotics and healthy antioxidants that every pet needs. This wholesome formula is made without grain, potatoes, tapioca, corn, wheat or soy. Additional recipes include salmon and sweet potato, turkey and peas and lamb and lentils combinations. Shop the latest probiotics for dogs at PetSmart. With high-quality dog probiotics, you can protect his urinary and digestive health.
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