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The Dynavyte Vet talks about animal anxiety ...

The Dynavyte Vet talks about animal anxiety ...

All too often our pets can exhibit behaviours that tell us they are suffering from fear and anxiety ...

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Good gut microbiota means healthy kidneys for your cat

Good gut microbiota means healthy kidneys for your cat

Kidneys can be the "achilles heel" for some cats. New research points to probiotics as an answer, along with changes in nutritionMedical researchers are suggesting that there is a gut-kidney axis present in the body. Studies are finding that the gut microbiota (formerly called the gut flora – all the microbes in the gut) affect places in the body far away from the gut. There is also a suggestion that chemicals produced by probiotics and prebiotics (remember Dynavyte Pets MBS is a synbiotic – prebiotics plus probiotics) may have an indirect effect at places distant from the gut, for example...

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Introductory probiotic dosing

Introductory probiotic dosing

On rare occasion some animals, often those most in need of the product, can have adjustment issues when beginning Dynavyte Pets MBS. This can show as loose bowel motions or less commonly, retching or vomiting (remember cats and dogs eat grass when they are feeling poorly to have the same effect).If this is your pet, don’t despair, and please don’t give up. It really is a sign that their microbiome needs balancing. To handle this transition period, adjust the dose.For dogs, halve the recommended daily dose for their size and increase this by one ml in weekly intervals until the...

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Are we feeding our cats the wrong foods ...

Are we feeding our cats the wrong foods ...

A cat’s sharp feline teeth and short digestive tract are made to eat and get their nutrients from their prey. They are not adapted to digest grains or other plant material and their system cannot utilise these foods effectively. Care must be taken feeding digestible carbohydrates and roughage as their system is not designed to cope with these human food elements.The digestive tract of cats is very short when compared with dogs and people. It only takes 10 to 24 hours for food to pass through a cat. Therefore, cats must process their food quickly within a shorter small intestine....

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