About Pets Probiotics

Pet Probiotics Series
Product Features

  • Probiotics with Patented Technology - Scientifically Proven to Withstand Gastric Acid and Reach the Intestines.
  • Triple Prebiotics - Providing Essential Nutrients to Nourish Beneficial Gut Bacteria.
  • Fast-acting Postbiotics - Rapidly Balancing Gut Microbiota.
  • The first Pets Probiotics Product included,Bifidobacterium adolescentis.
  • 2 Formulas targeting Common Pet Health Issues
  • Each Sachet contains 1.5 billion CFU of active probiotics
  • Gastric Acid & Bile Salt Resistant
  • Preventing Probiotics from Being Digested Before Reaching the Intestines
  • Ensuring Pets Absorb Sufficient Amounts of Probiotics Daily
  • Food-Grade
  • Passed Food-Grade Safety Testing, such as Heavy Metal and Plasticizer Testing
  • Produced in accordance with PIC/S GMP and ISO 22000 standards.
  • Produced with the same quality and standards as probiotics for human consumption.
  • Safe for Pet Consumption

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