Thank you!! Ugh my dog was having some serious gas issues and would send our whole family out of the room gagging. He even seemed ashamed of himself when it would happen. Poor pup.These have eliminated the problem and they did so very quickly! He is happy to take them and seems to think they are just a regular, delicious treat but we are all benefitting from him having a happier belly. I absolutely recommend these probiotics!
I'll start by saying I love the name of this product - Barkbiotic Chews!The second thing I'll say is that our little dog has a bit of a sensitive stomach, so getting these pre- and probiotic chews seemed like a good idea.Though I don't know if these Bark Chews actually do settle her stomach, I think they help. Also, I like to give her these treats at least once a day, rather than giving her two heftier Beneful Baked Delight treats, which I think is a bit much for her.That said, I don't think Sally likes these small treats as much as the Beneful ones, which contain beef, cheese, and grains (crunchy outside, soft inside). By contrast, I think the chicken-flavored Barkbiotic Chews by Goodness Sake smell cardboard-y, nothing like the more heavily scented Beneful treats that, at least to me, have a more appealing scent that dogs would like.To reiterate, these 60 chews are designed to help dogs' diets, bowel movements, and more things related to digestion. They contain papaya and vitamins C, K, A, and E, which I feel good about giving our dog.
Trying this out on the poodles. They get very sensitive to food changes and they also occasionally pick up stuff when out running in the fields (this week, one ate a dead frog. Great. Another found "deer candy" --use your imagination, and another followed the geese. Oh boy. Great.) So I like the idea of probiotics to retain good intestinal flora in case they get a bout of the runs. Which happens.
My vet recommended probiotics for our dogs. I want to keep my dogs healthy and happy and my dog loves these! I am a repeat customer and have happy animals!
The breeder recommended powdered probiotics for our puppy, but we've been giving these to our puppy instead -- less mess, no need to mix into kibble, and pup eagerly eats them. We haven't had any major digestive issues yet (knock on wood) so I can't say how these would be in remediating digestive issues, but I do think they've helped prevent issues for our puppy!