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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If you want to know if Bernie’s Perfect Poop can help stop dog diarrhea and dog constipation, the answer is, “It sure can, and here’s how!”
Fall is really settling in, and before the winter comes and keeps us more indoors, it’s time to take advantage of all you can do with your best friend! What can you do with your dog in fall? Have tons of fun, of course!
Oh, no! It’s colon blow and your poor pup is as miserable as that mess looks. It’s never a good time when you’re dealing with dog diarrhea. Good news! Bernie’s Perfect Poop may not just stop dog diarrhea, but help improve his overall gut health and keep the diarrhea at bay for good!
Giardia in dogs: It’s a sneaky parasite that can leave your dog feeling unwell for quite a while. The symptoms can seem relentless, and diagnosis can even confound vets due to inaccuracies in testing. Here’s what you need to know about giardia in dogs.
It’s meal time and you give your furry best buddy his food. But did you ever wonder what happens when you feed him? Or how does a dog’s digestive system work at all? It’s pretty important, actually, to his health and well-being, so check out how important each bite he takes really is.
Your dog can't stop itching and scratching and you think dog skin allergies may be the issue. You might be right, but the great news is that probiotics for dogs with allergies can help your dog say, "Hello!" to happier, healthier and less itchy skin. What are common...
It makes sense…a dog starts a new diet and his gut flora changes. Research now suggests that that change can take place as quickly as within a week (or less).
Oh no! Fido isn’t feeling well, and he’s not even eating his food–which is his favorite pastime! You think his tummy is upset, so you wonder– “What do I give a dog with an upset stomach?” Good news, we’ve got the scoop!
We know probiotics are good for our dogs, but you may ask, “Can a dog overdose on probiotics?” Great question, and we’ve got the answer.
They say what goes in must come out, right? But how long after a dog eats do they poop? That’s a popular question and we’ve got the answer!
At Bernie’s Best, we are all about dog microbiomes. After all, we know good health begins in the gut and better diets lead to better lives. A new study looking at poop from dogs in diverse geographic locations confirms what we’ve always known–the proof of a dog’s gut health is in his poop.
It’s almost a given…most dogs will end up eating something non-food in their lifetime. For the most part, that ‘puppy-like’ behavior disappears and your dog realizes the good stuff is that yummy food you give. But if your dog has pica, that’s an eating problem in dogs you need to deal with. Known as pica in dogs, it can be serious.