3 quick tips to improve your pet’s GI health

3 quick tips to improve your pet’s GI health

Tip No.1

You Are What You EatDigestive stress can be a sign of a number of issues.
A single dietary supplement may help with GI upset and get your pet back to feeling normal.

What might that supplement be?Probiotics!

Just as with humans, probiotics are helpful for pets. But don’t give your pet yogurt or human probiotics. While Acidophilus and Lactobacillus won’t hurt our pet, they have no beneficial effect in dogs and cats.
Ask your vet for a suitable probiotic supplement for your pet.
Tip No.2

Nearly 4 In 10* Dogs And Cats Suffer From Digestive Upset.Diarrhea, loss of appetite and excessive gas, are common health issues for our furry friends.
Sometimes a simple dietary change can help. As your Murrayhill veterinarian what diet is best for your pet. We can help get cats purring and dogs’ tails wagging again.

*Purina Veterinary Diets® Gastrointestinal Issues Study No. 5482, Synovate, February 2011.

Tip No.3

Don't Make Your Pet Wait.Gas and diarrhea are uncomfortable for pets, too. If your pet isn’t feeling well, don’t hesitate to call us. With five Beaverton veterinarians on staff and drop off or admit appointments, we’ll make sure your pet gets seen quickly and starts feeling better soon.

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