Bernie’s Gut Health Blog
Bernie’s Gut Health Blog focuses on pet digestion, nutrition, food and general health. Bernie also adds some tidbits of his own dog wisdom.
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A dog throwing up is never fun, but when they vomit white foam, it’s weird. If you want to know what to do when dogs throw up white foam vomit, read on.
Yuck. Watery dog poop is just gross and we get it. Not to mention, it’s near impossible to pick watery dog poop up. So, if your dog’s poop isn’t scoopable, we’ve got help!
You know that dog gut health is important–in fact, science says that the gut is intricately connected to your dog’s brain function. So it makes sense that you want to know the best ingredients for dog gut health. The good news is that when you strengthen gut health in your best friend, you’re strengthening overall health and immunity as well. Even better, you can do it in a way that your dog finds absolutely delicious!
The more we learn about dog gut health, the more we know how much it affects a dog’s immune health. Your dog’s immune system needs to be at its best so they can be their healthiest, and the best way to enhance your dog’s immune system is to encourage good dog gut health. At Bernie’s Best, that’s our number one goal!
A little extra weight on your best friend may not seem like too much of a problem, but an overweight dog means that there could be health problems ahead. If your dog’s weight isn’t ideal, we understand. Here are some ways to help obese dogs with fiber and other natural options.
They’re our best friends, but let’s face it–dog poop smell is not a favorite of ours. If your dog’s poop makes you want to gag, we get it. That’s why focusing on your dog’s gut can make a huge difference in the dog’s poop. The good news for pet owners is helping dog poop smell better is also helping them be healthier overall!
Unfortunately, most dogs don’t get enough quality fiber in their diet. Adding more fiber to your dog’s food will improve your dog’s digestive system.
We love our dogs, and we try to do everything for them. That includes picking up dog poop. Not a glamorous job, but important. But what if your dog’s poop is mushy? How can you make your dog’s poop easier to pick up? We’re glad you asked!
Dog poop that has a soft consistency is a sign your dog’s digestive system is problematic. It’s essential you find out the reason your dog is leaving soft stools all over the yard.
What do you think of when you hear the word ‘constipation’?