Probiotics…the WHEN, WHERE, WHY AND HOW

A lot of people and Vets talk about adding a probiotic to your car or dog food, but what kind do you choose??? There are so many options, it’s difficult to know what probiotics are going to be effective.

Personally, I’m a HUGE fan of green tripe. Grass has lots of natural probiotics and because prey animals usually dine on grass, it’s the most natural source or added probiotics. Think about it this way…your dog or cat is a carnivore…therefore, the tripe (which is the intestines and pre-digested grass, is good bacteria that already lives inside the gut of your carnivore), is the most effective form of adding good bacteria back into the gut. Makes sense, right?

However, not all grass eaters are ACTUALLY eating grass! Cows that are fed corn and other grains are not getting what they SHOULD BE eating. So, their intestines are not filled with that good, green bacteria that is beneficial to their predators. ALWAYS stick with green tripe! I cannot stress this ENOUGH! The carnivores diet is specialized…it needs certain things to be healthy.

Synthetic probiotics will probably not survive the digestive tract and will be wasted, so either get raw, frozen green tripe (and yes, it SHOULD be GREEN), or freeze-dried, or canned green tripe. This is the easiest and best way to cure your carnivore’s digestive issues. Trust me. I’ve been doing this for YEARS and, as always, know what I’m talking about.

As always, your trusted and trustworthy carnivore specialist, the crazy cat servant. Don’t bother with FortaFlora…synthetics will do almost nothing for your carnivores. Always trust nature…it knows what it’s doing.