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Thank you…this was really helpful. I am currently only using Probiotic Miracle from Nusentia, and it only seems to have 6 strains in it:
“Made in the USA
Recommended by veterinarians
2 Billion CFU per serving
6 canine-researched bacteria strains and species
No Animal Products
No Fillers / Flavors
Apparently by adding the Enzyme Miracle product, it has really good yeast fighting ability though. I will start using these two together and add in Kefir occasionally and try your ACV and coconut oil ideas. Thank you so much!
Thank you all so much. This has been so helpful. Looks like I might be trying the Mercola probiotics. I currently give my boy a spoonful of Chobani fat free plain Greek yogurt. It does contain live active cultures including acidophilus which I know is good for yeast. Would it hurt to continue feeding the yogurt on occasion? Or could I really mix the mercola in with that? I guess I really should get a real probiotic and not use yogurt in lieu of it.
Anyway, thank you again. And sue66b, thank you for the helpful link. I am definitely going to go there before I buy anything.
And sorry to post again, but for a very yeasty Shih Tzu, can anyone recommend a dog probiotic that has worked for them in the past? We are dealing with some yeast and I would love to get him on a good probiotic soon. He is currently on the Vetri-Science probiotic chews, but they have brewers yeast in them which is not ideal.
Thanks so much!
So just to be clear, I can give my 17 pound Shih Tzu this human probiotic and it will not hurt him at all? http://www.amazon.com/Stephen-Langers-Ultimate-Strain-Probiotic/dp/B0078NKEJ4/ref=sr_1_cc_2?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1396643431&sr=1-2-catcorr&keywords=steven+langers
And about 1/4 of the serving size of a human?
Thank you so much. This information is truly so useful.