Probios Dispersible Powder SupplementBy Probios
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About This Item
- Probiotic supplement that supports the digestive system by helping restore the normal microbial balance in the gut
- Helps maintain normal appetite and digestion when given during or after times of stress
- Helps maintain pH in the gut, nutrient absorption and gut micro floral balance
- Promotes skin and coat health and natural immunity
- Contains a source of live (viable) naturally occuring microorganisms
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155 Customer Reviews
My piggies stay nice and healthy by me putting this on their vegetables everyday. My piggies got sick with diarrhea and the vet said to put cat probiotics on their food and they'll get better, and they did. Great price for the amount. It's courser granules then some other brands, but it didn't make any difference.
Good for the goose (and gander)
I love this stuff. I have used it for almost 20 years when i have an animal with digestive upset. Everything from guinea pigs to horses and dogs. It works and is palatable enough for all of them as a top dressing to their food. My (equine) vet recommended feeded it at 3-5x the recommended dose, so i give my horse a tablespoon everyday in the winter months when shes prone to digestive upset. My 17lb puppy gets a teaspoon a day. My guinea pigs have gotten pinch or two on top of their pellets if one is on antibiotics.
I used this years ago with horses, so when I was looking for something for my dogs I ordered the 5lb jar for my three dogs. It was a steal at the sale price for how long this much lasts. I give it daily to all three dogs, about 1tsp each. They weight 50lbs, 70lbs, and 115lbs. They all eat Victor Select beef formula. This seems to keep them all pretty balanced. Their bowl movements have been a little more consistent across the board. Definitely seems to help my 115lb Corso as she would have frequent tummy issues with reflux and diarrhea. My 70lb am-staff has gone from barely eating every other day to always eating every meal right away. I’m not sure how much it helps my 50lb because she still has gas and sometimes softer bowl movements but over all I think it helps her a little bit. I would say it helps each one in varying degrees. It’s not a miracle worker, but I’ve been feeding this daily for several months and see an overall improvement.
Keeps my animals healthy
I put this on top of the food for my cats and my steer. The steer in the last month finishing him out because I feed a lot of grain and it keeps his gut healthy.
All around great
I use this for my horse in the summer who is stubborn with eating hay, it helps keep his stools normal with all the grass intake. I also use this for my cat during his colitis flare ups, he was a little picky with it at first but eats the powder mixed with canned food just fine.
Definitely not effective for my dog
We have a black lab that is a little too purebred it seems. He has always had issues with bloating and/or painful gas regardless of the food he is served. Finally got a formula that minimized his problems. A particular food plus a probiotic and fish oil. We have used several different kinds of probiotics over the years. Our favorite was no longer able to be found possibly due to covid. We switched to probios recently. I gave it 2 months and it has been completely ineffective. Maybe issue is it has only one strain, or just you get what you pay for. Will not be using again and have one full container unopened. It might work for some but it definitely did not work for us.
Seems to work
Appears to have regulated my dog's system, which is helping her eat better and put on some much needed weight.
Really has made the difference in our horse. He is a performance horse who now feels much better and happier to go back to work. A real game changer for him.
We rescued a Sheppard Mix 6 years ago, and her old habit of foraging for food was to find, kill, and eat whatever she could find (presumably rats, rabbits, squirrels, etc since that’s what she was able to get around here!). Needless to say she had some digestive issues. Giving her probios 1x/day has definitely helped her stool become firm. Doesn’t seem to have a negative taste, she doesn’t seem to notice it in her food.
I usually buy this in the chew tablet form but thought I would try in the powder form since I wanted to see if my cat would like it (probiotics are recommended to help calm cats). In a 5-lb tall container, it is difficult to dispense, especially once you get to the half full mark. I probably won't purchase the powder form again and go back to the tablets; but I wish they would sell the tablets in the larger bottle as they once did. They now only sell a bottle of 45 tablets.