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Bugs and Lizards: Cats and Dogs love to stalk them, but some bugs have built-in toxic defense glands; others are toxic because of exposure to pesticides.
Hairballs pose a potential danger by blocking the passage of digested food through the intestines, causing an impaction.
Since hair is not easily digested, it can compact with undigested food in the stomach and gastrointestinal tract. Compactions can cause painful constipation.
Commercial Pet Food is another likely suspect. Open bags of dry food or canned food left out too long are potential breeding grounds for bacteria. They also attract bugs, and mice that leave droppings, as well as eggs that get eaten by your pets.
Household Cleaning Agents: Your pets spend most of their lives close to the floor, they breathe in toxic agents and lick their paws, consuming them. Toxic agents are a cause of skin problems.
Premature Weaning can weaken your pet’s immune system for life. Kittens and Puppies need a full term of mothers milk in order to develop strong immune systems. Premature Weaning is an overlooked cause, and the likely cause of many cats now being lacto-intolerant.
Health of Mother: A healthy mother is far more likely to produce healthy offspring. She should be well cared for before, during, and throughout weaning.
“90% of all chronic diseases are caused by an unhealthy intestinal system!” -Royal Society of Medicine of Great Britain
Veterinarians Dilemma: Not knowing the actual cause of constant diarrhea makes treating pets difficult. Vets are likely to prescribe a broad spectrum antibiotic just to cover all the bases, plus they tell you withhold food and water for a few days. This is rough on your pet.
By eating what our bodies need to stay healthy, we minimize illness and disease. The same is true for our pets; however, this also means we are eliminating costly medical bills and extended hospital stays. It can lead to a more attentive partner in obedience class, a more energetic and good natured playmate at the local dog park and a more content companion around the house.
Pet Flora is the “missing link” to both healthy and unhealthy pets. If your pet does not respond within a few hours of double doses of Pet Flora, most likely their intestinal wall is inflamed. The inflammation must be resolved before Pet Flora can be effective. We offer a range of products to address chronic GI conditions for cats and dogs.