Coats, Soothes and Lubricates Your Pets Digestive Tract
Slippery Elm is widely used by many EPI dog owners. It is a prebiotic mucilage that coats and soothes the digestive tract and is loaded with the SCFA (short-chain fatty acid, "Butyrate") that is known to fight SID (small intestinal dysbiosis). Sometimes adding Slippery Elm with a little water to a meal is sufficient enough to get SID under good control, alleviating the need for a course of antibiotics. Although this is not always guaranteed to work, it is well worth trying.
Helpful in the treatment of IBS and SID in dogs
Companion Product: For (EPI) in dogs try PET Factor B12
|Amount Per Serving|
Slippery Elm (Bark)
No Additives or Dilutents.
Dosage Amounts and Feeding Instructions:
Give powder as directed with morning or evening meals, however if loose stools occur giving less than directed may work better. Always give with moisten food and or add extra water as it will thicken.
|25 lbs. or less||1/4 of a scoop|
|26 - 50 lbs.||1/2 of a scoop|
|51 - 75 lbs.||3/4 of a scoop|
|76 - 100+ lbs.||1 scoop|