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See Why Vets Recommend Probiotics...
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For Dogs That Stink - Try A Bottle, FREE!
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  •  Rude Poops
  •  Loose Stools
  •  Frequent stinky ear infections
  • Terrible BAD BREATH! 
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There's Nothing Funny About A Dog Who Clears A Room
If your dog is getting harder to cuddle because he STINKS … 

... Then it may be time to consider adding a daily probiotic like Probiotic Relief to his diet.  

With 7 strains of probiotics scientifically proven to improve digestive health in dogs, it’s ideal for dogs suffering with:

Bad gas, terrible breath, stinky poops, itchy skin, ear infections, and so much more! 
 Warning Signs That Need Your Attention: 
Too often, dog owners laugh off those stinky farts.

Or you ignore a couple of days of bad "dog breath. "

But these health annoyances that make your dog a little less fun to snuggle on the couch may actually be SYMPTOMS of underlying digestive health issues that, left unchecked, can turn into more serious health conditions.

Like cancer… liver disease … dental disease … heart problems … premature aging… and ultimately premature DEATH!

So while yes, giving your dog a daily probiotic has immediate benefits that include fixing bad breath, loose stools, and gas.

Long-term, you may be adding years to your dogs life.

And help him to potentially avoid more SERIOUS health conditions.
How "BAD" Bacteria Are Making 
Your Dog STINK!
Bad gas, loose stools, and stinky breath are all signs:

Your dog is suffering with digestive issues (i.e. a gastrointestinal disorder). 

Bad “pathogenic” bacteria move in and take over your dog’s gut for many reasons that can include:   
  •  Poor diet / poor quality dog food
  •  Changes in diet
  •  Stress
  •  Infection
  •  Bacterial imbalance
  •  Antibiotic therapy
  •  Steroids
  •  Age
And when the “bad” bacteria take over…

… The result is a dog that often STINKS due to excessive gas, bad breath, loose stools, ear infections, yeast infections, etc.
Your Dog Needs To Eat "Good "Bacteria
(Like His Wild Ancestors...)
Your dog’s gut NEEDS “good bacteria” (i.e. probiotics) for healthy digestive function.

For thousands of years, dogs were scavengers and hunters, getting their probiotics by eating the fermented, partially digested food in the guts of prey.

Modern, domesticated dogs need something different.
Scientifically Proven To Balance 
The Gut Microbiota 
Probiotic Relief works by supplementing your dog’s diet with 7 strains of probiotics scientifically proven to improve the digestive health of dogs by helping to re-establish the balance of the gut microbiota. 

This not only helps to fix the “STINK problems” like gas, bad breath, loose stools, ear infections, etc.)…

But it also helps resolve many other common dog health issues! 
Helps To Resolve Many Other
Common Dog Health Issues: 
  •  Allergies
  •  Bad breath 
  •  Behavior disorders  
  •  Cholesterol  
  •  Chronic GI issues  
  •  Constipation 
  •  Depression 
  •  Diarrhea 
  •  Ear infections
  •  Fungal infections 
  •  Heart disease 
  •  Inflammation 
  •  Irritable bowel syndrome  
  •  Lethary  
  •  Liver disease  
  •  Loose stools  
  •  Obesity  
  •  Shedding  
  •  Skin issues 
  •  Stomach upset 
  •  Urinary tract infections  
  •  Weight loss  
  •  Yeast infections  
Why Vets Recommend Probiotics 
To Dog Owners
Thousands of studies have already conclusively proven—probiotics are good for humans.

And early research is showing:

Our dogs experience these same health benefits, too.  

So many vets are already recommending probiotics to dog owners:
  • Both to help resolve pre-existing health conditions.
  • As well as to help PREVENT these issues in our aging dogs.  
However, it’s important you know… 
HUMAN Probiotics Don't Always Work For Dogs!
Be Careful You’re Not Getting Ripped Off!
Not all HUMAN probiotic strains work for dogs!

That’s why it’s important that you supplement with a formula like Probiotic Relief, which has been formulated to include:
7 probiotic strains already scientifically proven to work for dogs.
All live microorganisms.  

(It might sound silly to highlight “live” organisms, but in some cases, the manufacturing process KILLS the bacteria, rendering it useless.)

Active probiotic strains included in Probiotic Relief include:
  •  Lactobacillus acidophilus
  •  Lactobacillus rhamnosus 
  •  Bi¬dobacterium lactis 
  •  Lactobacillus reuteri 
  •  Lactobacillus fermentum 
  •  Lactobacillus salivarius 
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Use It For 3-4 Weeks
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Give Probiotic Relief it to your dog daily for 3-4 weeks.

Sprinkle it on his food using the scoop provided, that’s it.

If you love the results, and you see a significant improvement in your dog’s “STINK” within 3-4 weeks as expected, do nothing!

We’ll send you FRESH BOTTLE of Probiotic Relief every month 

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For as long as you wish to keep your dog happy, healthy, and “STINK FREE.”
Why "FRESH" Matters With Probiotics
Fresh matters with probiotics! 

Because these are LIVE bacteria that die off.

That's why we don't encourage you to buy Probiotic Relief  "in bulk" but instead ship you a FRESH BOTTLE every month.

We want you to be 100% confident that your dog is getting the freshest, most potent probiotics…

… To guarantee the BEST POSSIBLE health benefits for your dog.
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  •  No gluten, rice, or grains
  •  Easy to feed, scoop included.
  •  Dogs love it!
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Your Questions, ANSWERED!
What Are Probiotics?
Probiotics are “good” bacteria that have significant health benefits.

When given as a daily supplement to your dog, these live microorganisms help to re-establish the bacterial balance of your dog’s digestive system, which can be thrown off when “bad” pathogenic bacteria take over, causing a wide variety of health issues.

Dogs once got these “good bacteria” by consuming fermented food in the guts of prey. But of course, domesticated dogs no longer live like this, so they require a little help getting these probiotics.
Can I Give My Dog Human Probiotics? 
Not all HUMAN probiotic strains work for dogs! 

That’s why it’s important that you supplement with a formula like Probiotic Relief, which has been formulated to include:

7 probiotic strains already scientifically proven to work for dogs.

Otherwise, you’re wasting both time and money feeding your dog something that isn’t delivering the health benefits you desire.
How Do I Give My Dog Probiotics? 
It’s easy to give your dog a daily dose of Probiotic Relief. 

 Use the scoop provided to sprinkle it on his food. Or, hide it in a treat.
Any Warnings I Should Know About?  
To maintain the health benefits, ongoing daily supplementation is necessary.

As we’ve mentioned before: without a natural source of probiotics in his diet, your dog’s digestive health problems will come back if bad “pathogenic” bacteria are allowed to take over his gut again.
What’s The Correct Dose For My Dog?  
Probiotic dosing is measured in CFUs (colony forming units).  

Use the dosage recommended for your dog’s weight. And remember that if your dog’s stool looks a bit loose, or his gas worsens, lower the dosage until this issue resolves. (This is common, and it usually takes 5-7 days, as the bad “pathogenic” bacteria are eliminated.)

Recommended Dosing:

Up to 20 lbs: ½ scoop daily
20 - 40 lbs: 1 scoop daily
40 - 80 lbs: 2 scoops daily
Over 80 lbs: 3 scoops daily
What Results Can I Expect?   
Within the first 3-5 weeks, expect your dog’s “stink” issues to resolve… Gas should disappear, stools should normalize, breath should improve.  

With ongoing supplementation of probiotics, dog owners report reduced instances of ear infections, improved skin condition, glossier coat, reduced allergies, overall improvement in mood and energy… and so much more.

However, it’s important to understand that to maintain these health benefits, your dog needs to continue daily supplementation.

Because without a natural source of probiotics in his diet, your dog’s digestive health issues will return as bad “pathogenic” bacteria are allowed to once again take over his gut.
The Science Behind The Formula
(Further Reading...)
Baillon, Marie-Louise A., Zoe V. Marshall-Jones, and Richard F. Butterwick. "Effects of probiotic Lactobacillus acidophilus strain DSM13241 in healthy adult dogs." American journal of veterinary research 65.3 (2004): 338-343.

Bunešová, Věra, et al. "Bifidobacterium animalis subsp. lactis strains isolated from dog faeces." Veterinary microbiology 160.3-4 (2012): 501-505.

Egervärn, M., S. Roos, and H. Lindmark. "Identification and characterization of antibiotic resistance genes in Lactobacillus reuteri and Lactobacillus plantarum." Journal of applied microbiology 107.5 (2009): 1658-1668.
Greetham, H. L., et al. "Bacteriology of the Labrador dog gut: a cultural and genotypic approach." Journal of Applied Microbiology 93.4 (2002): 640-646.

Marsella, Rosanna. "Evaluation of Lactobacillus rhamnosus strain GG for the prevention of atopic dermatitis in dogs." American journal of veterinary research 70.6 (2009): 735-740.

McCoy, S., and S. E. Gilliland. "Isolation and characterization of Lactobacillus species having potential for use as probiotic cultures for dogs." Journal of food science 72.3 (2007): M94-M97.

Rinkinen, Minna, et al. "Interaction between probiotic lactic acid bacteria and canine enteric pathogens: a risk factor for intestinal Enterococcus faecium colonization?." Veterinary Microbiology 92.1-2 (2003): 111-119.

Strompfová, V., A. Lauková, and S. Gancarčíková. "Effectivity of freeze-dried form of Lactobacillus fermentum AD1-CCM7421 in dogs." Folia microbiologica 57.4 (2012): 347-350.

Strompfová, Viola, et al. "Application of potential probiotic Lactobacillus fermentum AD1 strain in healthy dogs." Anaerobe 12.2 (2006): 75-79.

Swanson, Kelly S., et al. "Fructooligosaccharides and Lactobacillus acidophilus modify gut microbial populations, total tract nutrient digestibilities and fecal protein catabolite concentrations in healthy adult dogs." The Journal of nutrition 132.12 (2002): 3721-3731.

Weese, J. Scott, and Maureen EC Anderson. "Preliminary evaluation of Lactobacillus rhamnosus strain GG, a potential probiotic in dogs." The Canadian Veterinary Journal 43.10 (2002): 771.
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