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Reddit reviews: The best dog probiotic supplements

We found 20 Reddit comments discussing the best dog probiotic supplements. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 8 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Dog Probiotic Supplements:

u/Liklytobeforgotten · 1 pointr/guineapigs

Also feed her every two to three hours, even at night. My vet, specelised in guinea pigs, told me, if the fall under 500 gram there is no real chance of recovery, because they crashed to hard and are to weak to recover.

Monitor her weight closly. If you have red light that will warm her or something to lay on, like a snuggle safe, give her this as well.

Give her her favorite foods, there is a chance she is more motivated to eat them. Cut them into small pieces, if they are to big.

If she got an antibiotic you can help her if you give her some bacteria for her digestion. What we have here is bene bac. Give it one hour after you gave the antibiotics. The reason is, that antibiotics don't care what bacteria they are killing, so they kill the bad and the good ones. Intorducing the good bacteria 1 hour after the antibiotics means, that they are not being killed of immedatly and the diguestive track is a little stronger, meaning she has a better chance of regaining some appetit and is able to digest the food way better.

Also, between feeding, let her rest. Fighting the illness is very hard work and she needs all the rest she can get.

Best of luck for you two.

Edid: grammar

u/DookieTuesday · 0 pointsr/xboxone

If nothing else, it would open up a whole new market for peripherals. I use a wireless KB & optical mouse from my couch with Steam Link... and while it's not uncomfortable - it's not as compact and convenient as a controller. I think a more condensed WSAD pad (similar to the T9) which fits in one hand, coupled with a good stationary track ball could be extremely comfortable.

It may not occur to many people that having your hands so far apart could be comfortable. It seems unwieldy and unintuitive if you've never done it - but it really is extremely comfortable and you pick up on it almost immediately. I had one of those ASCII NGC Keyboards imported from Japan to use with PSO Ep I & II - which basically split the controller in twain and jammed a keyboard between the buttons. I thought it was going to be a pain to get used to, but really, it keeps your arms in a more natural resting state and reduces the angle your wrists have to extend.

I don't think it'll be nearly as much of an adjustment as people fear it will be, especially if devices are designed with the ergonomics of couch play (rather than desk play) in mind.

https://www.amazon.com/Game-Keyboard-Controller-ASCII-Sammy/dp/B0000AFZRW

u/Soleniae · 1 pointr/rawpetfood

Assuming by your meaty bones mention that you're talking about a dog?

Regardless, variety is usually better than a static diet. But when starting, I'd recommend trying a given food for a week or so to get a feel for how it does/doesn't agree with your pet.

A probiotic (eg. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003FDWWPA) is useful prior to and through this testing.

u/laureeohohoh · 2 pointsr/dogs

My dog has had constant yeast ear infections for the past couple of years, and we've gone through all the washes, powders, pills and balms the vet had to offer. What's really worked for her is this magic stuff right here. Probiotic powder, sprinkle it on their food or mix it in to some broth so you know it all gets in, seriously the best $30 investment I made for my pup.

u/GLAXAY · 1 pointr/shiba

I give mine probiotic/fiber treats to help “regulate” their schedule.

u/jmiller321 · 1 pointr/NYYankees

Zesty Paws Probiotic chews!


There are some better options, but they get to be almost 4 times the price for dogs that get above 45lbs.

u/cargo54 · 2 pointsr/puppy101

few things.

  1. have you tried changing dog foods?
  2. what helped us when our puppy was on a week + of stomach issues. was we tried chicken, rice, pumpkin mixed. it helped some but wasn't 100%. finally we added 1 of these before every meal. so 2 a day for her. https://www.amazon.com/Probiotic-Dogs-Digestive-Prebiotics-Constipation/dp/B01N17VJF7/ . Within a couple days she was doing better and i slowly cut the pumpkin mixture with dog food. so <1/4 cup for a couple days, then <1/2 cup, and slowly replaced until it was finally all dog food.
u/tkm603 · 2 pointsr/puppy101

The brand we use is called geneflora, you can get it on amazon here:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000NVBZ5K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_4GFRCbB97GHEQ

u/Markbro89 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Amazon link

It was mainly used for Phantasy Star Online.

u/Swoon_PM · 1 pointr/SSBPM

Get this controller and paint it black and indigo :3

u/Z_as_in_Zebra · 1 pointr/Greyhounds

We use this probiotic
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LNQQ85Q/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_.QTuzbHRSJKEG

And I just got this at the grocery store:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B015VBRIXE/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_WSTuzb83DZ34K

I'm not too specific on how much I give him. One stick lasts a couple weeks. I only give him the fiber in the morning, probiotic both meals. We also give him this stuff because he had a bit of arthritis that we don't want to get worse:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00028ZLTU/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_3WTuzb7RNKA2K