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Healthy Select Enzymes & Probiotics Supplement for Dogs

Promotes a healthy digestive tractBlend of concentrated enzymes derived from vegetable sourcesNaturally occurring microorganisms recommended to help support digestive tracts
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Is this a capsule, a pill, chewable?

I bought the other chewable one and to get my dog to chew it I took a tinny tiny nibble-yuck-its no wonder my dog wont chew it-its terrible. Please make a chewable that tastes good to dogs..
So how is this other one?
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After speaking with our Vet about vaious supplements, we've been giving our 14 pound dog chewable Healhy Select Digesive Enzymes & Probiotics tablets for about a year. He immediately takes them and willingly eats them without any fuss. We had tried pills in a different brand before and it was always a bit of a battle. We're all very happy wth the Healthy Select chewables. Most importantly our little dog's tummy and digestive system stays balanced and healthy. You may want to check wih your Vet first, but they've really helped our dog.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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Both of my dogs will chew these tablets and they seem to like them. Too bad it didn't do anything for their gas, but they didn't mind eating them.
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answered 3 years, 1 month ago
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what is the dose for a 54 lbs 10 months old GSD for Probiotics?

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Check with your Vet even after reading the label. We always talk to our Vet first regarding the dosage and which supplements have the best ingredients.
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Always follow the instructions on your probiotics for dogs.
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My german shepherd has a yeast infection. What products are available to treat this

asked 2 years, 1 month ago
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Personally I would only want to go by the professional advice and medicine prescribed by our Vet regarding this topic.
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My Labrador also gets yeast infections. I recommend taking your dog to the vet for consultation and to receive a medicated ointment or lotion; if you can, try to avoid antibiotics and steroids as these do more to compromise your dog's immune system, leaving it more vulnerable to chronic problems for the rest of its life. If it is a urinary or female yeast infection you can add cranberry supplements to her diet to help relieve symptoms, these work by changing the ph balance of the dog's internal environment to be too acidic for the bacteria that is causing the problem. If it's an ear yeast infection, you must keep the area clean using a gentle ear cleaning solution(look for something that does not contain fragrance, alcohol, glycerin, or other irritants) or you can make your own solution by asking the vet for a recommended recipe. If it is a skin yeast infection, you must shave off the hair, clean the spot with a gentle cleanser, and use a gentle antimicrobial lotion or spray to remove the bacteria from the location. The number one thing you need to be with infections of this nature is consistent and persistent. Even if it looks as though the infection is gone, you need to continue treatment for at least a week longer. I also recommend switching your dog to a low carb diet, meaning avoid anything that contains grains, especially as the first ingredient listed as that means that their food is mostly made up of fillers. It will be more expensive to feed your dog a low carb diet, but it's much cheaper to switch diets now, because if you don't you're looking at tons of vet visits for the rest of your dog's life. Also, in their natural diet dogs and wolves do not get any grains at all, so you're adding something to their diet that their bodies are not equip to deal with, which causes many other issues, from organ failure to diabetes to something as simple as chronic yeast infections. I currently have my dog on a no carb, low veggie, high meat diet and it has saved us so many trips to the vet. Many vets assume that chronic yeast infections are caused by an allergy, but in reality, in most cases it is just a symptom of their immune system being compromised by getting too much of a food that they normally should not have any of. Veggies contain enough carbs for a dog's system, they do not, and should not have corn, wheat, flour, or most rice. A small amount of brown, whole rice is ok, because they do not break it down and it acts like fiber. I hope I have helped you and your dog, good luck!
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Slersk
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How much do i give a 65 lb. dog?

The package says 1 1/2 tablets but, my question is, do i split the 1 1/2 tablets between 2 meals (morning & night) or do i give him 1 1/2 tablets at each meal (3 tablets a day)?
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The package should tell you if the dose should be split or not. If it doesn't then ask Petco either in person or via a live chat on-line.
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answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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Dosage question for 20 1/2 lb dog

The pills don't cut in half well. Our dog is 20 1/2 lbs. Is it OK to give him a whole tablet?
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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Our dog weighs 14 pounds. After discussions with our Vet we have continued to give our dog a whole tablet every day and he is doing very well. I would recommend that you also discuss this with your Vet to see what dosage they believe is best for your dog.
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