Microbiome Power

  • Allergies and the gut? Linked.

  • Healthy joints and aging? It starts in their gut.

  • Behavioral issues? Check their gut.

  • A long life? powered by gut bugs.

Let us empower you with cutting-edge research.

So, how does it all work?

Enter the 'Gut Microbiome' - a community of bacteria and other tiny microorganisms that live inside us. Each of us has a unique one and our dogs are no different.

It controls everything from their mood to appetite to risk of long-term chronic illnesses.

Unlike our genes, they are easily influenced through diet and lifestyle - and that's where we come in.

Your pup's body is over 57% bacteria.

What do you know about them?

You have the power to heal your dog

The gut microbiome is completely actionable and controlled by your dog's environment.

By knowing what's lacking, you can finally look to address chronic, annoying issues such as fussiness, allergies, mood issues and gut conditions which all have links to microbial imbalances.

We give you the answers, you take direct action.

Together we make our dog's live longer and happier.

Take action and make your dog the best they can be.

You owe it to them.

Love a bit of reading? Go no further.

  • For itchy dogs💊

    Microbiome of Atopic and Healthy Dogs—Preliminary Data [MDPI - Animals - 2022]

    For dogs with behavioral concerns 😡

    Phenotypic correlates of the working dog microbiome [Nature 2022]

    For dogs that are thinking of changing their diets 🥦

    Effect of high contents of dietary animal-derived protein or carbohydrates on canine faecal microbiota [BMC Veterinary Research 2012]

  • For dogs with weak guts 💩

    The Role of the Canine Gut Microbiome and Metabolome in Health and Gastrointestinal Disease [Frontiers in Veterinary Science 2020]

    For dogs with pet-parents that get health 🏃‍♂

    Similarity of the dog and human gut microbiomes in gene content and response to diet [Microbiome 2018]

    For dogs that want to eat bugs

    Diets with and without edible cricket support a similar level of diversity in the gut microbiome of dogs [PeerJ 2019]

  • For dogs that want to be healthy 🐕

    Role of the gastrointestinal microbiota in small animal health and disease [Vet Record 2017]

    For dogs that are feeling down 😔

    The Gut Microbiota and depressive symptoms [Nature 2022]

    For older dogs, afraid of aging diseases

    Parkinson’s disease implicates the gut microbiome in multiple disease mechanisms [Nature 2022]

You get the point.

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