[New Product] Advita Probiotic Natural Supplement for Dogs and Cats

It’s pretty safe to say that most people want to keep their beloved pets healthy and extend their lifespan as much as possible. While some issues and sicknesses just can’t be avoided in both humans and pets, it’s best to help what can be avoided to ensure the overall well-being of your fur baby.  Just like humans, pets’ bodies contain both good and bad strains of bacteria. The levels of both strains of bacteria in your pet’s body can greatly impact his or her health and how they feel. Probiotic supplements, such as Vet One’s Advita Probiotic Nutritional Supplement, are often recommended by veterinarians as a tasty supplement to keep your pet healthy.

Here are three reasons why you should consider giving your pet probiotics:

Manages Digestive issues-

Dietary changes, such as giving your pet a new kind of treat, changing his or her food suddenly, or giving them table scraps, are a major cause of digestive issues. Disease and even stress due to traveling or being left alone can cause your pet to develop digestive issues. As a result, the balance of “healthy” bacteria in your pet can be knocked out of whack, and your pet can experience symptoms such as constipation, loss of appetite, diarrhea, and vomiting.

Giving your pet probiotics daily can help maintain the balance of “healthy” bacteria in your pet’s digestive system and alleviate any negative symptoms caused by digestive issues. Probiotics can also help treat pets with chronic gastrointestinal distress and disorders such as IBD (inflammatory bowel disease), colitis, and more.

Improves immune system-

Because most pets are likely to ingest everything they can get their paws on, the gut is the first line of defense against bacterium, viruses, or other disease-causing microorganisms that are swallowed. Symptoms of allergies are also known to be affected by the balance of bacteria in the gut.

In addition to the good bacteria probiotics provide your pet, it also contains vitamins that, together, improve the intestinal immune system, resulting in a stronger immune system.

Decreases side effects of antibiotics-

When your pet gets an infection, it is likely your veterinarian will prescribe him or her an antibiotic to rid the body of any infection. Antibiotics are designed to kill all bacteria, whether it’s good or bad. Feeding your pet probiotic supplements will help his or her body reproduce the “healthy” bacteria and even reduce the side effects of the antibiotics.

Advita Probiotic Nutritional Supplement improves your pet’s overall health

Help your pet be as healthy as they can with Advita Probiotic. The tasty powder is easy to give to your pet and is available in 1-dose packages so you give the correct dose each time.

Advita Probiotic Nutritional Supplement contains guaranteed amounts of 4 different live, active cultures and pre-biotic inulin, which help maintain your pet’s digestive health.  It also helps maintain a healthy immune system. It’s used as a supplement to maintain appetite and digestion. Advita Feline is also used to maintain normal stool consistency in kittens and cats. Advita can be used before and after veterinary procedures, during diet changes, or boarding/traveling.

Advita is available for both dogs and cats (canine and feline). Sprinkle a packet of Advita per day over your pet’s food to help them live happier, healthier and longer!

Learn more about Advita at 1800PetMeds

 

Win FREE Advita Probiotic Nutritional Supplement for Dogs and Cats!

Does your dog or cat need a probiotic supplement? We’re giving away one Probiotic Supplement for Dogs and one Probiotic Supplement for Cats. Just leave a comment below specifying whether you want Advita Probiotic Nutritional Supplement for Dogs or Cats and you could win FREE Advita Probiotic Nutritional Supplement from 1800PetMeds!
Two winners will be chosen at random on Tuesday, February 27, 2017, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! (Limited to residents of the U.S.) Good luck!

Congrats to the drawing winners, Cecilia and Donna! Look for our email with details about claiming your prize. 

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74 Comments

  1. Advita for cats!

  2. I have 5 kitties (all rescued) plus a small feral colony…I would love to try this supplement not keep them as healthy as possible!

  3. my cat is a puker so i would love to try him on a good probiotic to see if that would help him

  4. Oh my gosh I’d love one for either dogs or cats! We have BOTH! My boys truly believe they are brothers… we never told them they were adopted!

  5. 4 Poodles (they really are not “dogs”, but humans in fur bodies)

  6. Cats. Meow..5 sweet ones

  7. For my two adopted doggos 🙂

  8. For my sweet dog who has digestive issues

  9. For my rescue pup!

  10. I have 3 dogs i World like to win.thanks

  11. I have a dog who has been on this every time she is on antibiotics and now that she is older I would like to start giving it daily. Thank you for the chance to win.

  12. Since I have a 10 and 15yr old dog I think they would benefit most from the probiotics here. My 2 cats would definitely benefit too but we are short on funds and cannot afford them right now since I am terminally ill. Thank you for the opportunity to try this out as my younger dog just started having hip issues.

  13. For my dog-she has digestive issues and I’ve tried everything-would be great to try this and see if it works for her!

  14. Have dogs from 12yrs to 1yr and cats from 10 yrs to 6m

  15. I would love to start giving this to a certain, stray Mr. Kitty. Beautiful tabby that adopted me several months ago!

  16. For my dog with digestive issues

  17. My Dog has been ill for over a year, part of his problem is digestive issues according to the Vet. It would be great to try this product and get him well again and off so many prescriptions.

  18. FRITZI, HAS DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS SURE WOULD BE NICE TO WIN THIS FOR HIM..

  19. mY DOG GETS LOTS OF GAS AFTER EATING.

  20. Dog!

  21. Would like to try the one for dogs. My older dog could use some digestive support as she gets gas and other issues.

  22. Advita for dogs

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