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Gastrointestinal Support
Gastrointestinal Support
Gastrointestinal Support
Gastrointestinal Support

Gastrointestinal Support

Effective relief designed for use during occasional, acute gastrointestinal events.

The unique formula of our Gastrointestinal (GI) Support includes nine herbs that have been used for many years for both humans and animals.

  • Occasional gastric distress.
  • Support the normal flow of bile for normal waste removal and bowel function.
  • Support the proper digestion of fats and proteins for gentler digestion of foods.
  • Reduce occasional loose stools or constipation due to stress or changes in diet.
  • Support intestinal health and healthy gut mucosa.
  • Support a normal inflammatory response in your pet’s GI tract.
  • Support the protective layers of your pet’s bowel.
  • Support normal bowel function.
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Effective relief designed for use during occasional, acute gastrointestinal events.

The unique formula of our Gastrointestinal (GI) Support includes nine herbs that have been used for many years for both humans and animals.

  • Occasional gastric distress.
  • Support the normal flow of bile for normal waste removal and bowel function.
  • Support the proper digestion of fats and proteins for gentler digestion of foods.
  • Reduce occasional loose stools or constipation due to stress or changes in diet.
  • Support intestinal health and healthy gut mucosa.
  • Support a normal inflammatory response in your pet’s GI tract.
  • Support the protective layers of your pet’s bowel.
  • Support normal bowel function.

Just like us, dogs and cats occasionally have loose stools or get sick to their stomachs.
For them, it’s usually because they’ve eaten something they shouldn’t have or you’ve suddenly switched your pet to a new diet.

In any circumstance, occasional digestive distress must always be taken seriously. The underlying reasons for your pet’s loose stools or vomiting are important to know. You must rule out any medical cause, and only your trusted vet can do that.

GI Support for Cats and Dogs is designed for use during occasional, acute gastrointestinal events. This unique formula includes nine herbs that have been used for many years for both humans and animals.

I’ve designed my blend to help:

  • Occasional gastric distress.
  • Support the normal flow of bile for normal waste removal and bowel function.
  • Support the proper digestion of fats and proteins for gentler digestion of foods.
  • Reduce occasional loose stools or constipation due to stress or changes in diet.
  • Support intestinal health and healthy gut mucosa.
  • Support a normal inflammatory response in your pet’s GI tract.
  • Support the protective layers of your pet’s bowel.
  • Support normal bowel function.

When your pet experiences occasional digestive distress, he looks to you for effective relief. With GI Support for Cats and Dogs, you have a tool that can help make those tough days a bit easier. Be prepared, and order your supply today.

An Essential for Your Pet’s Emergency First Aid Kit to Support a Healthy Digestive Tract and Normal Bowel Function

In times of occasional, acute events, my go-to gastrointestinal comfort blend will become an integral part of your first aid kit for your pet’s digestive distress.

If you own a dog or cat, I don’t have to tell you how frustrating it is to come home only to discover your pet has soiled or thrown up on your favorite rug or chair...

The reality is, dogs and cats occasionally have loose stools or get sick to their stomachs, just like us humans.

Whereas cats are more inclined to throw up, dogs tend to display their digestive distress through loose stools and straining to go. Either way, when you have a pet, it’s just something you have to expect.

Occasional digestive distress can result from many different things:

  • Dietary indiscretion or eating something they shouldn’t
  • A sudden change in diet
  • Food allergies or sensitivities
  • Stress from a change in your pet’s environment, such as travel, boarding, house guests or a new family pet
  • Trauma from visiting the veterinarian or groomer
  • Foreign gastrointestinal invaders
  • Disease and inflammation

Dietary indiscretion is by far the most common reason for loose stools in dogs. They’re just his body’s way of getting rid of the unwanted substance as quickly as possible.

Feeding your pet the same food each day and then suddenly switching to a new diet can also cause digestive distress. Her gut has been conditioned to process only one type of food, which isn’t good for her physically or nutritionally. That’s why I recommend feeding a variety of foods – it helps make her digestive system more resilient.

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