Baci+ Probio+ for Dogs

by Baci+
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  • Probiotics & prebiotics powder supplement
  • Reduces symptoms of indigestion (gas, soft or hard stools)
  • Rebalances gut flora for optimal digestion
  • Great for use during times of stress or transition
  • 100% natural with no preservatives or GMO
  • Suitable for dogs of all life stages
  • Includes 14 individual 1 g doses
  • Net content: 14 g (0.5 oz.)

Baci+ Prorbio+ for Dogs is a 100% natural supplement that was created to help dogs experience optimal digestion on a routine basis. The mix of prebiotics and probiotics works to regulate a dog's stools and reduce gassiness, rejuvenate the coat, rebalance "gut flora" during times of stress, and give a boost to the immune system. It is a great way to help your dog feel better during times of transition, anxiety, switching foods, or if he or she generally has a sensitive tummy.

This easy-to-use supplement promotes the growth of beneficial bacteria in the GI tract and blocks and fights against any unwanted bacteria that may exist. It is free of preservatives and GMOs. Suitable for dogs of all life stages. Each package contains 14 individual 1 g doses. Net content: 14 g (0.5 oz.)

Guaranteed Analysis per Gram

Lactic Acid Bacteria (min) 70 million CFU
Bacillus subtilis spc (min) 3 billion CFU

Recommended Use

For prevention and to maintain optimal intestinal health, add the recommended serving to your dog’s food once a day, for six days. To maintain the results, keep serving three times a week.

Sprinkle on dry or canned food, on treats, or mix with your animal’s drinking water. Store at room temperature, do not refrigerate.

 Weight 1-g pouch
Under 11 lbs (5 kg) 1
Over 11 lbs (5 kg) 2


If the problem persists, or your pet experiences undesirable effects, stop using the product and consult you veternarian. 

Pharmaceutical-grade prebiotic fibre, Probiotics (dehydrated cultures of Bacillus subtilis, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Pediococcus pentosaceus and Bifidobacterium longum).