Dog flatulence can be very embarrassing for you and very uncomfortable for your dog. After all, you can only blame the dog once or twice, even if it really is him! Dog flatulence is usually caused by undigested food in the stomach. Many dogs gulp down their food along with large amounts of air that results in him being bloated and feeling unwell.
A good high quality diet can be the simple answer to dog flatulence, with plenty of raw food. Cut out the titbits that you feed your dog as he may be incapable of digesting them properly and this can lead to flatulence. Chocolate is particularly poisonous to dogs and any food high in sugar should also be avoided.
Flatulence Preventer is a 100% natural, safe effective herbal and homeopathic remedy with ingredients to effectively relieve the symptoms of flatulence, gas, bloating and abdominal cramps. It may be safely and effectively used for fast relief from flatulence in pets, as well as being of great benefit in the long term treatment and prevention of digestive problems.
Dog Flatulence Preventer comes in convenient dissolvable granule form.
The fine granules are easy to administer to pets of all sizes and personalities, and are simply sprinkled on the back of the tongue and left to dissolve.
A few doses should result in an almost immediate clearing of symptoms.
Flatulence Preventer may be used for fast symptomatic relief and also as a preventative.
What you can do to prevent flatulance in your dog.
Remove your pet's food after a while if it is not finished. Periods of fasting throughout the day are very important for effective digestion and detoxification.
Ensure your pet is eating a balanced, high quality diet with plenty of raw and unprocessed food (preferably organic). Flatulence problems are often solved by a change in diet.
Filtered or bottled water is preferable to chlorinated or fluorinated water.
Avoid exposure to toxins and chemicals as much as possible including pesticides, herbicides, commercial flea collars, flea powder, insecticides and second-hand cigarette smoke.
Emotional or physical stress can also have an effect on digestion.
Food and water bowls should be made of glass, stainless steel or porcelain
Don't feed your pet chocolate as even a small amount can be toxic. Avoid foods that are high in sugar.
Cook food in stainless-steel pans, not aluminum or copper pans
Regular exercise will help to keep your pet healthy and fit and can often help with flatulence problems.
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