This post is in cooperation with Purina. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
You may suffer from stomach (or GI) upset. But did you know that your pet may as well? There are a number of things that can cause tummy upset for dogs and cats.
Taking pets to the vet for GI issues is a common occurrence but it doesn’t have to mean that things will always be this way. My dogs have suffered with GI upset from time to time but it was never an issue for very long. That said, there are tons of dogs and cats that don’t fair as well and need some help.
Purina® Pro Plan® Veterinary Diets EN Gastroenteric Naturals™ With Added Vitamins and Minerals Canine and Feline Formulas is now available for those pets that need more help with their tummies. Available only from the veterinarian, but not a prescription food, it is the best a doggy or cat parent can do for their tummy-troubled pet.
Not sure if your dog has GI upset? See if they meet the characteristics above or go out into the yard or check the litter box. Yes, you need to do a poop check. I know, not fun. But a pet’s indicator of GI upset may often show in their feces. Want to know what your pet’s poop is saying?
If you have a pet that needs special tummy attention, then Purina® Pro Plan® Veterinary Diets EN Gastroenteric Naturals™ With Added Vitamins and Minerals Canine and Feline Formulas is what you need! Ask your vet about it.