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It’s not you guys specifically but slippery elm needs to be given at time no other medicines or vitamins are given so it makes bit problematic. Bella is on home cooking and vitamins plus MSM, Chondroitin, glucosamine and a probiotic are given in her meals. Since slippery elm basically coats the stomach, the nutrients won’t be absorbed. For bad diarrhea bouts, I add clay from RX vitamins! Just not practical for now but may revisit this later.
We love using and working with Dig Labs! This has been a big help to our dogs GI and the company has been great to us knowing our dog is fighting cancer.
Nelson suffered from a dry coat for a whole year. A few weeks on the Dig Labs Skin and Coat supplement has completely revolutionized his coat! Friends can't stop complimenting his coat!
Mia has been on the Advanced Joint & Mobility Dog Supplement for 6 weeks and it's amazing! She just turned eight and we are excited to start the preventative supplement routine to keep her younger than ever as she enters her senior years!
The Slippery Elm Bark powder helped our dog get back on track and feeling like himself faster than ever!
Our dog has a sensitive stomach and loves getting into stuff outside. it would take days for him to get back to normal if he was having diarrhea. We tried giving him Slippery Elm Bark as soon as we saw the first sign of loose stool and he was back to normal in a third of the time!
My dog was having a lot of issues with soft stool and constantly needing to express her anal glands (yuck!) and I found this probiotic at the perfect time because this really helps!! She gets it sprinkled over her lunch everyday for about a year now and I never skip a day. It's so great that it also has pumpkin in it. Highly rec!!
My dog has a very sensitive stomach and any change in diet she will get loose poop. I constantly brought her to the vet to make sure it wasn’t worms and it was expensive! Once the vet gave me probiotics and it was a miracle, but also $85!!! The 11 species probiotic is amazing, works just like the one the vet prescribed and I can get it online without a trip to the vet and the corresponding vet and rx bills! Thanks Dig Labs for a great product!
My dog suffered from horrible skin allergies that would turn into fungal infections. We’ve been using this magic in a jar for months now, and his skin is flawless. It’s definitely worth the investment. The best part is, they love the taste. Just add a little water to make it into a gravy like consistency.
My hound, blue, 11 yrs old, has alot more energy since taking this supplement. It's great to see him run again like he would do when he was younger🐕
So glad to have discovered Pup Sup for my 17 month old mixed breed rescue dog!
Before adding Pup Sup on top of his farmers dog wet food my guy was being very fussy and started to stop eating even though he has always been incredibly food motivated.
As I started to add Pup Sup during breakfast and dinner he definitely helped over just a few weeks. Consistency is key and happy to report that his appetite is back and has diarrhea less frequently.
My (9yo) puppyseems to be doing well with the supplements. She is still slow to stand up in the mornings or after a long nap - but her bones/joints are cracking and creaking a lot less!
DIG is a great addition to my two pups’ raw diet. We use the pre- and probiotics for gut health, as well as the hip & joint for long term mobility, especially since they are both “at-risk” breeds. They don’t mind the taste which is great news for our picky eaters! The powder makes it easy to portion and I like that it’s all natural with no preservatives or artificial ingredients. So far we’re seeing nice, healthy, regular poos!
My French Bulldog loves the probiotics/probiotics and joint and mobility supplements! His farts don’t smell. Powder format is super easy to sprinkle onto his human-grade food. They don’t have an off-putting smell for humans either. Poops are looking normal and healthy (2-3x a day). Guess we’ll have to see in the long-term if the joint and mobility works.
My dog has had a stomach infection chronically since we got him from a farm. It was hard to kick it as well as get him to eat his kibble since he does not have much of an appetite. The probiotic topper settles his stomach and he likes the taste (even straight from the bag!) recommend for stubborn pups who won’t eat their food.
I recently got some pupsup for our foster. One for joints, just as a preventative and the omega-6 for skin and coat! I could definitely see the difference in using the omega-6, he wouldn’t get any rashes while on it and his coat was soft!