Ozloo is a range of veterinarian formulated probiotic supplements exclusively for dogs. Ozloo supplements help support a healthy gut and maintain intestinal health and balance. They are specially formulated to contain a specific amount of live microorganisms, as well as prebiotics to help support digestive health, including normal flatulence. They also contain Vitamin D to help support bone and skin health.
- Ozloo believes that no “one size fits all”. That’s why they’ve formulated two different products, one for large breed dogs, and the other for small and medium-breed dogs. Learn more.
- Bio-tract Technology: Ozloo also uses proprietary Bio-tract® technology to ensure that your dog gets a steady, even supply of probiotics over 24hrs period to ensure efficacy.
What are the Ingredients?
L. Plantarum and L.Casei are the two strains (species) of probiotics used in Ozloo’s supplements. The product also contains the Prebiotic FOS (Fructooligosaccharides) along with Vitamin D3 which helps support strong bones and support growth & development. Each chewable, sphere-shaped tablet also contains a great tasting, natural pork flavor.
- Wheat free
- No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives
What are Probiotics?
Both people and animals alike have natural microbes or “flora” that naturally live on the lining of their intestines. These are beneficial types of bacterias and yeasts that help digest and absorb nutrients from food. Keeping a healthy balance of good bacteria in the gut is not only important for proper digestion but also for the immune system.
Sometimes beneficial bacteria are damaged or destroyed or diminished. Common reasons include medications, poor diet, disease, or stress. This can also cause your dog’s stomach upset and a general decline in digestive health.
Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that help support gut health and may benefit dogs with gastrointestinal disturbances. Like all dietary supplements, it is best to consult with your veterinarian first to determine if the product best suits your dog’s needs.
This information is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease and is purely educational. Please seek advice from your pet’s veterinarian with any questions regarding the health of your pet.