The G.I. tract is responsible for preventing toxins and undesirable bacteria from entering the bloodstream, as well as making sure your pet digests and absorbs valuable nutrients from the food and supplements they eat.
The gut cannot function properly without the trillions of microbes living and working there. Called the gut microbiome, this ecosystem of bacteria provides a myriad of life-supporting functions that can help your pet live their healthiest days.
Support Gut Health With Probiotics
Unfortunately, our pets can’t tell us when they’re feeling under the weather, so it’s up to us to look for signs of unease and to proactively support their health at its very core. Here’s how you can give your pet exactly what they need to support their gut health:
• Feed Appropriate Foods Providing your pet with K9 Rawsome food they are designed to digest and this is the first step to a healthy gut and happy microbes. What does this mean?
Cats, for instance, are obligate carnivores, meaning that they must eat meat to stay healthy. However a very low percentage of vegetables plays an important role too.
Dogs thrive on a meat-based diet, but can also digest other types of food such as vegetables and fruit.
If you're feeding your pet K9 Rawsome complete meals, this will nourish their inherent gut flora. There's no corn or rice to added to meals. Cheap fillers at first glance but these ingredients are not needed in a pets diet.
Did you know?
About 70 percent of an animal’s immune system is related to the gastrointestinal tract. So an animal's immunity is highly impacted by the food it eats. The right diet helps maintain a healthy gut that delivers nutrients to the pet. Much of the gut’s immune effect is due to the gut microbiome. The gut microbiome sends messages to the animal’s immune system. When the immune system is working well, what the pet owner sees is a healthy animal.
Keeping the gut balanced is important and we have done all the research. From complete nutritional meals to Franken Prey diets, our range here at K9 Rawsome Australia is trend setting the way in the Pet Food Industry.