Probiotics for Dogs - Super Concentrated - 180 Scoops
Max & Neo Super Concentrated Probiotics for Dogs is an excellent way to help your dog maintain a healthy gut. A healthy gut with helpful bacteria will help your dog stay regular and maintain a healthy GI tract.
With over 5 billion total CFU (colony-forming units) per scoop, a small amount of this super-concentrated supplement can be mixed in with your dog's food without your dog even noticing. At just 400 grams per scoop and serving, our probiotics contains no fillers at all.
Our Probiotic formula contains a blend of 4 Probiotic strains and Fructooligosaccharide as a Prebiotic.
Each serving contains:
- Bifidobacterium lactis (2.5 billion CFU per scoop)
- Lactobacillus acidophilus (1 billion CFU per scoop)
- Lactobacillus planatarum (1 billion CFU per scoop)
- Lactobacillus paracasei (0.5 billion CFU per scoop)
- Fructooligosaccharide (20mg per scoop)
What is a Prebiotic?
Fructooligosaccharide is a prebiotic which is indigestible to you dog. It travels with the probiotics to your dog's gut where it is then consumed by the probiotics providing them food to thrive. The more prebiotics that probiotics have access to, the more efficiently these live bacteria work and the healthier your gut will be.
- Prebiotics are essentially food for probiotics
- Prebiotic fiber is the main food source of probiotics
- Probiotics cannot thrive without prebiotics
- Probiotics are essential in helping probiotics grow and flourish within your dog's gut.
B. lactis is a naturally-occurring anaerobic bacterium that is found primarily in the large intestines of most mammals, including all humans and dogs. This probiotic is commonly found in fermented foods like yogurt and cheese and is essential for breaking down the foods your dog eats, helping their body to absorb nutrients, and maintaining intestinal regularity.
L. acidophlius is primarily found in the small intestines of dogs and humans and is important for overall digestion, nutrient absorption, and urinary tract health.
L. planatarum is important for overall digestive health and it also creates hydrogen peroxide as a byproduct of oxygen conversion. Hydrogen peroxide is used by the body to destroy bacteria in the gut that would generally be considered bad bacteria.
L. paracasei lives in your dog's small intestine and colon and is important for nutrient absorption and for increasing liver function.