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Probiotic & Prebiotic for Dogs

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Pet Probiotics for Immunity Support

Pet Diet & Nutrition 2 min read
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In the quest to enhance your pet’s overall wellness, integrating probiotics for immunity should be considered. After all, a diverse and thriving gut microbiome is crucial for optimal immune function in your little one. In case you’re wondering exactly how a healthy balance in your little one’s digestive tract helps keep harmful bacteria away. Let’s embark on a comprehensive exploration of the intricate link between your pet’s gut and immune health!

The Role of a Well-Balanced Gut Microbiome for Immunity

Probiotics, those beneficial live microorganisms, play a pivotal role in sustaining a harmonious balance within the digestive systems of both humans and pets. You may already be familiar with the positive impact of incorporating supplements containing probiotics and prebiotics into your pet’s routine for optimal gut support. What might be less apparent is the critical role the gastrointestinal tract plays as a central hub for immune activity in pets.

A diverse and thriving gut microbiome is crucial for optimal immune function in your pet.

The immune system, a complex network of organs, cells, and proteins, acts as a vigilant defender against infections. A well-balanced gut microbiome is integral to this defense mechanism. That’s because probiotics help protect against harmful pathogens by promoting the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut.

This natural enhancement of the pet’s immune response from the gut can potentially prevent the onset of significant diseases. In the same way, a disruption in the balance of probiotics in your little one’s gut can compromise the immune system’s ability to defend against pathogens. That is why maintaining the balance in the gut microbiome with a healthy diet and nutritional supplements is so important in creating an environment where harmful bacteria are less likely to thrive.

Natural Probiotics for Immunity Health

Pets experiencing stress, undergoing dietary changes, or recovering from illnesses can significantly benefit from adding probiotics to their diet. Probiotics play a crucial role in restoring the balance of the gut microbiome during these challenging periods, providing additional support to the immune system.

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NHV’s Probiotic + Prebiotic supplement is crafted to support your pet’s immune system by promoting a healthy gut microbiome. This supplement was vet-formulated with key ingredients and aspects crucial to supporting overall digestive health and, by extension, fortifying the immune system.

Nevertheless, before introducing the probiotics for immunity support into your furry friend’s regimen, especially if they have a sensitive stomach, it is imperative to consult with your veterinarian or one of our knowledgeable pet experts at NHV. This proactive step ensures a tailored plan is in place, prioritizing the well-being of your cherished companion.

In addition to probiotics, for added digestive support, we recommend NHV Yucca and NHV TumFlora. These two supplements work synergistically to fortify gastrointestinal health further. For added immune support, the mushrooms in the NHV Natures Immuno blend are known for their varied benefits, including immune-modulating properties.

If you still have any questions about the use of probiotics for immunity health, click the button below to chat with NHV’s experienced pet experts. We are always ready to offer personalized recommendations and assistance with your little one’s health in mind.

Dr. Amanda Nascimento DVM, MVSc, PhD

Dr. Amanda Nascimento DVM, MVSc, PhD

Dr. Amanda completed her undergraduate degree in veterinary medicine in 2010 and graduate studies in veterinary pathology (MVSc. 2012 and PhD 2016) at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of São Paulo. She completed her post-doctoral training at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine – University of Saskatchewan in 2018. Dr. Nascimento will be hosting her own blog series and sharing her knowledge with our extended NHV family.

Published: January 15, 2024

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