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Pet Flora™ Soil-Based Probiotic for Dogs and Cats
Pet Flora is a formula of "soil-based organisms." What the term "soil-based organisms" means is that the probiotic organisms used to make Pet Flora are the same probiotic organisms which grow in the soil. In the dirt, these probiotic bacteria help to keep yeast and fungi in balance, reduce acidity and assist the plants to assimilate nutrients. And, they do exactly the same thing in higher animals. Pet Flora holds down the populations of yeast, fungi and pathogenic microorganisms in your pets and helps them to absorb nutrients at the same time.
Results of an imbalance of good and bad bacteria
The following can be signs that your dog or cat may not have the proper balance of good probiotic bacteria vs. bad bacteria:
In dogs and cats, the digestive system mediates 80% of the immune system. If your pets have a healthy intestinal tract they will tend to have a healthy immune system. Your dog and cat's intestinal tract contains food in varying stages of digestion along with trillions of bacteria, viruses, yeast, fungi, and other assorted microorganisms. All of these organisms have a role to play in healthy digestion. When the good bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract are present in sufficient numbers, everything runs smoothly. The food is digested and absorbed and the waste is eliminated from the body. When the good bacteria are in short supply the result is lowered energy, lowered immunity and perhaps diarrhea and vomiting.
Due to a combination of processed, poor quality commercial dog and cat foods and a lack of probiotic supplementation, it is easy for the bad bacteria to get the upper hand. Because pets cannot tell us that they are not feeling well, and they instinctively hide their pain, the first sign the owner may see is diarrhea and/or vomiting. Stephen Becker says, "Left unattended, this bacterial imbalance leads to more frequent diarrhea and vomiting, quickly followed by inflammation. In treatment resistant cases, the intestinal wall inflammation is so severe that it the two-way supply line to the body gets cut off. When this happens nutrients cannot be absorbed; neither can waste products be eliminated. This sets the stage for a very toxic environment."
When pets eats grass it may be because they have an upset stomach. If you look closely at what they are doing, you will see they pull at the grass. They do this to get at the microscopic soil-based organisms (SBOs) that surround the roots. They seem to instinctively know they need these soil-based organisms to maintain good health. Pet Flora offers your pet the soil-based organisms that are natural to their diet. Milk-based probiotics, such as those found in yogurt, are not natural to your pet.
Testimonial From Ana Maria of East Sussex, United Kingdom
"What can I say about your special probiotics? One thing, the effect is immediate after the very first capsule. I recently gave my dog the pet flora that I had been saving for when it was needed. Lisa, my dog, is 13 going on 14, which is a fine age for a dog her size. She's a "whippidor". She was very poorly about six months ago and we thought we were going to lose her. The vet diagnosed an acute flare up of a chronic hepatitis which we hadn't even known she had. Lisa made an immediate improvement under the vet's treatment but still wasn't right and was vomiting up the tablets from the vet. Also she had diarrhea, which she had never ever had before. After the first pet flora capsule her bowels were normal, her energy improved enormously and her appetite returned. She has been her old self (apart from sleeping more) until recently, when I think she ate something she shouldn't have when out for a walk. So I want to give her another course of the pet flora."
Each capsule of Pet Flora™ contains a proprietary blend of Leonardite and the following beneficial microorganisms: Anthrobacter agilis, Anthrobacter citreus, Anthrobacter globiformis, Anthrobacter luteus, Anthrobacter simplex, Acinetobacter calcoaceticus, Azotobacter chroococcum, Azotobacter paspali, Azospirillum brasiliense, Azospirillum lipoferum, Bacillus brevis, Bacillus marcerans, Bacillus pumilis, Bacillus polymyxa, Bacillus subtilis, Bacteroides lipolyticum, Bacteriodes succinogenes, Brevibacterium lipolyticum, Brevibacterium stationis, Kurtha zopfil, Myrothecium verrucaria, Pseudomonas calcis, Pseudomonas dentrificans, Pseudomonas flourescens, Pseudomonas glathei, Phanerochaete chrysosporium, Streptomyces fradiae, Streptomyces celluslosae and Streptomyces griseoflavus. All twelve of the seed species are Class One Microbiological agents and approved by the FDA for human and animal consumption.
Capsules can be opened and put on food or liquid. Or they can be inserted into a piece of food that your pet loves, such as a little piece of cheese, and given as a "treat."
You can stop giving the Pet Flora once the symptoms stop. However, all animals (and humans) benefit from regular use of probiotics. Effective regimens range from every day to once a week.
Special processing renders the microorganisms in Pet Flora into a state of dormancy so refrigeration is not necessary. You can store at room temperature or in the refrigerator.
Pet Flora is manufactured by Vitality Science.
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