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Hairball Treatments for Cats

Cats spend hours grooming themselves and as a result, they swallow lots of loose fur and hair which can accumulate in their stomachs. In most cases, the hair is vomited out, resulting in a cat hairball or furball. If the cat's digestive system is weak, the fur and hair can remain inside the cat and cause numerous digestive problems including constipation, vomiting or the build up of toxins. They may lose their appetites and experience abdominal discomfort.
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Probiotics for Pets

"Friendly" bacteria such as Bacillus coagulans (Lactobacillus sporogenes), Bifido-bacterium bifidum, and Lactobacillus bulgaricus are just a few of the helpful microorganisms that can reside in your dog or cat's intestinal tract where they play an important role in defending his body against disease and illness.
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Food Allergies in Pets

Food allergies and food intolerances are common conditions in both cats and dogs. Symptoms are often digestive in origin, i.e. diarrhea, enteritis, irritable bowel syndrome, vomiting and malabsorption. Food allergies can also manifest themselves through chronic ear infections, skin disorders and respiratory problems.
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Diarrhea in Dogs & Cats - Natural Treatments

Natural treatment for cat and dog diarrhea include probiotics, glutamine, digestive enzymes and herbs like slippery elm. These ingredients help to firm runny or soft stools, heal the intestinal tract and support healthy bowel function in dogs and cats.
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Digestive Problems in Dogs and Cats

While cats are known for being finicky eaters, dogs are known to eat just about anything. Despite the difference in their eating styles, both cats and dogs often develop digestive problems which have unpleasant consequences for both the animal and caretaker. Fortunately, many digestive disorders are temporary and resolve themselves in a day or two. In other cases, where parasites, bacteria, food allergies or other food sensitivities are to blame, your pet may benefit from taking supplements which contain glutamine, fiber, probiotics or enzymes to help restore their digestive system to a healthy state.
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Help for Constipated Dogs and Cats

Although it's hard to imagine it when you are scooping up the backyard, many dogs experience constipation from time to time.
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Enzymes are Necessary for Proper Digestion

As pets age, they produce fewer enzymes which are necessary to break down their food. This can result in sluggishness, bloating, gas and vitamin deficiency.
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Cushings Disease in Dogs - Natural Treatment

Have you noticed increased thirst in your dog? Frequent urination? What about his appetite? Is he eating more and more, but getting weaker and weaker?
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Digestive Enzyme Supplements for Dogs and Cats

Digestive enzymes break down food and allow the nutrients to be absorbed and distributed to cells throughout the body. Could your pet benefit from an enzyme supplement?
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