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Probiotic Miracle Dog Probiotics for Dogs (360 servings)

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  • Up to 360 doses per container. Over 360 BILLION CFU of probiotics per jar. Great value and Superior Quality Probiotic Blend.
  • Made in the USA, with years of consistent results combatting dog diarrhea, loose stool, yeast overgrowth, bad breath, constipation, itching & scratching, allergies, digestive issues, and gut related problems in pets.
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee within 60 days of purchase. Best if used within 8-10 months after purchase.
  • Formulated specifically for the dietary and health needs of your dog or cat. Scientifically researched for pets and recommended by Top Breeders and Veterinarians as a #1 trusted brand in America.
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Product Description

HEALTHY PETS: The #1 Selling Probiotic for Dogs and Cats! *Up 360 doses (for animals under 50lbs -180 servings for dogs over 50lbs). Probiotic Miracle is a stable, tasteless probiotic powder for dogs and cats. Each scoop provides 1 billion CFUs of healthy probiotics for your pet. PROBIOTIC MIRACLE IS THE MOST COMPLETE AND EFFECTIVE YOU CAN BUY - GUARANTEED! PROBIOTICS for dogs and will help! YOU WILL notice BY ALL the health improvements your dog or cat experiences! Probiotic Miracle was formulated specifically for the needs of your pet and contains the following stable strains of bacteria: L. acidophilus- L.acidophilus has the ability to actually cling to the intestinal wall without harming it. In fact, it is best known for its ability to move un-disrupted through the stomach and into the intestines where it eats away at disease causing bacteria. It is known for reducing the occurrence of constipation and diarrhea, increasing nutrient uptake (especially calcium), preventing food poisoning and alleviating dermatitis and other skin and coat conditions. B. animalis- one of the most researched probiotic strains for domestic animals. B. animalis is found in the large intestine and aids in protecting and removing toxins from the colon. L. rhamnosus- is one of the more highly studied pro-biotic strains, primarily used in the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders. It also aids the body in resisting yeast and urinary tract infections. L. salivarius - has been shown through research to produce a high amount of lactic acid, which is able to inhibit the growth of harmful H. pylori bacteria. L. fermentum - Highly researched to help prevent and aid in urogenital infections. Effective in inhibiting the growth of harmful bacteria in the body. L. reuteri - Known as the "universal gut" organism, inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria as well as supports production of natural anibiotic-like substances. Widely researched and effective for dogs and cats.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 2.5 x 3 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002RGU0AA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (481 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,029 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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My dog has been suffering with severe allergy problems for about 7 years. I experimented with many foods and settled on Taste of the Wild about 2 yrs ago. This helped some but still did not keep her comfortable. She smelled bad, had constant skin issues (infections, flaky skin, excessive oiliness), ripped her hair out by the bushel, had chronic ear infections with weepy goopy eyes, and acted obsessive compulsively about licking herself. Repeated trips to the vet produced sympathetic responses, but nothing that really helped. I had to treat her ears pretty much every day with Otomax or Panalog or she had them ripped open and bleeding. She couldn't be outside for very long because she would get excessively itchy. Giving her antihistamines and bathing her with cortizone were somewhat useful but I didn't feel it addressed the problem, just covered the symptoms enough to make things bearable for her. A friend of mine whose dog seemed to have similarly severe issues told me that she tried putting her dog on probiotics and saw an improvement. Willing to give it a try I purchased this product and the Enzyme Miracle in mid-December. When it arrived, I was skeptical that it would help; after all, if this was the answer, why didn't the vet recommend doing this a long time ago? Well, I will tell you that my dog has been on this for a month, and she is growing all of her hair back, she no longer smells awful, she has not had a single ear infection, and she is generally much calmer and happier. She is still getting some eye goopiness but that may be things working their way out or due to the dryness in the house since it's winter. We'll see if it keeps up.Read more ›
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My wife & I got a yellow lab puppy late 2010 and I started to notice she had skin blemishes on her underside and it turned out she was very susceptible to UTIs. The vets initially ignored the skin blemishes and focused on the UTIs, giving her antibiotics when they would act up. They would clear up and then she'd (the dog, not my wife, lol) get another irritation (sitting down on the ground hard, scratching, etc.) in another couple of months...

As she grew into a full sized lab (she's now ~75 lbs.), the skin blemishes became dark, surface scabs. I would have to bathe her once a week; and dig, with my nails, each scab from her skin. They were mostly on the surface/epidermis & superficial. But, if I let it go to 2 weeks, she would bleed from me removing the scabs. I never let it get to three weeks, so I have no idea how out of control it may have gotten, had I let it.

3 vets opinions -> all thought it was an allergic reaction, sensitive skin, etc. All treated with antibiotic and discussed skin cream for irritations/eczema (I never tried, but i just assume it was 1% hydrocortisone).

A friend that one may assume is a bit of a hillbilly and has nothing meaningful to offer in regards to medical advice, took one look and said it was a yeast infection. He also said that he had a friend whose dog had the same problem that they quelled by giving it yogurt -- presumably because of yogurt's bacteria content.

So I figured what the hay...

Mind you, I don't mess around. I give her 1/2 a teaspoon per serving (she eats just under 2 servings of 2 cups of dry food per day). I sprinkle it on top, and it doesn't even phase her (it's tasteless). I don't need to mix it in, hide it, etc.

The first thing I noticed was that her coat became very oily.
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Hello. I am a 9 year old ShihTzu with a Thyroid disease. I take 2 pills a day for my Thyroid problem and I also take 2 benedryl daily to help with the itching and other allergies. My owner has taken me to the doctor many times for skin problems and they have given me special shampoos (which I hate) and they've also given different pills (Rx and OTC. They all seem to help, but my skin stays itchy and red regardless of what they do. If my skin isn't red, it's pink because of my problem.

My owner bought this probiotic stuff for me to try because she was desperate to find something that would actually work. She put it in a pill pocket and I ate it, but sometimes I would figure out how to get some of the powder out of the pill pocket and spill it. I didn't care to lick it up. So, she started sprinkling it on my dry food and then she added some special food (wet can food) to my regular food to mix it all up. Yum!! I noticed a little change in my skin right away, but not much.

Finally, my owner started giving it to me more. (kicking up the dose slightly). She puts a scoop in my morning food, plus I get treats rolled in it and she sometimes puts a little on peanut butter for me. They say your not suppose to taste it, but I can tell its there because the texture is different. It's fine though I dont mind it and she easily disguises it.

My owners have been commenting how well this is looking on me and it seems to make me feel a lot better. After 4 weeks of taking it (after kicking up the dose slightly more than what is recommended) , I'm not itching and licking anymore and my skin isn't hot and itchy. My owners went out of town for a week and my care taker forgot to put this in my food. So, when they returned, I was pink again.
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