What your DOG will love
- Supports probiotic growth for a healthy tummy
- Builds robust immunity against infection
- Reduces allergy symptoms
- Brings relief to sensitive stomachs with food intolerances
- Made of real peanut butter
What YOU will love
- Helpful after antibiotics! Eases side effects from prescription drugs
- A dog with a healthier digestive system and regular bowel movements
- Easy to administer. Simply mix powder with water and you’ve got a delicious peanut butter treat
- Made in the USA at a FDA registered and GMP certified facility
Recommended Serving Guide
|Body Weight||Servings Per Day||Total Servings|
|Less than 25 lbs.||½ scoop||60 scoops|
|26 lbs. +||1 scoop||30 scoops|
Add 1 scoop of our yummy peanut butter powder with 1 tablespoon of water, OR a ½ scoop with 2 teaspoons of water into your dog’s bowl.
Mix into creamy peanut butter goodness.
Serve, and watch that tail wag!
A nutritious fluid mammals produce before breast milk, colostrum is rich in antibodies to help your pup fight infection and support healthy gut function.
A powerful antioxidant that helps lower markers of inflammation and relieve allergy symptoms.
An enzyme that promotes a balanced immune response in your dog by reducing the production of inflammatory molecules.
Raspberry Extract Powder
A fruit extract rich in cell-protecting antioxidants and ellagic acid which help your dog fight against infection.
Supports digestion and immune function in dogs.
Produces lactic acid that can help stop the growth of harmful bacteria in your pup’s digestive tract.
Enhances immunity by helping fight harmful bacteria. This probiotic also aids in energy production.
Bifidobacterium animalis ssp. lactis
Normalizes bowel movements in dogs and supports large intestinal health.
Protects against illness and harmful microorganisms.
Helps your pup absorb nutrients and have a healthy response to allergies.
Although dogs produce their own vitamin C, studies have shown that supplementing with vitamin C can improve immune activity against infection.
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Kelley RL, et al. Veterinary Therapeutics. 2009; 10(3): 121-30.
Based on 1 review
I just started my yellow lab on it. It's too soon to notice a difference with his allergies. I do notice he really likes the taste. I will add another review in a month or so.