Whether your pet has bad breath, gas, diarrhea, vomiting, indigestion, or constipation, the cause is an imbalance of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria in their digestive system. Ideally, the ratio should be 85% aerobic (good bacteria) to 15% anaerobic (bad bacteria).
Anaerobic bacteria play an important role in breaking down the food so that the nutrients can be properly extracted. However, when anaerobic bacteria get even the slightest edge over the aerobic bacteria, the results manifest as bad breath, gas, or indigestion. The greater the imbalance the more likely your pet will begin to vomit or have diarrhea.
Unless the balance is quickly restored, your pet's condition can quickly escalate, requiring additional remedies. Today, the levels of aerobic bacteria your cat needs to maintain the optimum balance requires supplementation with Pet Flora. Why Pet Flora?
When your pet eats grass it may be because they have an upset stomach, but, if you look closely, you will notice they also pull at the grass. Why? To get at the microscopic soil-based probiotic organisms (SBOs) that surround the roots, which your pet instinctively knows are essential for digestion, and missing from their diet. Unlike dairy-based probiotics, Pet Flora is natural to your pet.