Probiotic that is microencapsulated to get to where it needs to go
Australian Green Banana starch
Rich in fibre
Coats, soothes, and lubricates the mucus membranes lining the digestive tract
Ability to increase when needed
$19.50 for 100 grams
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My Doggie Dump Dust contains three outstanding ingredients that can settle an upset tummy being our awesome 9 strain pro-biotic mix, Slippery Elm Bark & resistant starch from Australian ladyfinger green bananas.
Whilst this formula is targeted at acute digestive challenges such as upset tummies, you can give it daily. If you are planning on giving long term you will need to cycle in and out i.e. 8 weeks on and 4 weeks off.
Ongoing upset tummies should be addressed with your Vet but for short-term upset tummies and for supporting gut health in general, Dump Dust could be just what you're looking for.
Green Banana Starch
Resistant starch from the Green Banana starch feeds and boosts the good bacteria in the gut. Here are some other benefits of resistant starch:
Helps to heal & seal the gut
A unique combination of soluble, insoluble, and fermentable fiber to promote gut health and assist in the prevention of colorectal diseases
Rich in inulin to regulate digestion & helping dogs feel full
Awesome source of 5-HTP (5-hydroxytryptophan) / serotonin to balance temperament
Lowers blood glucose levels
Improves absorption of nutrients
Rich in vitamins & minerals
Rich in dietary fiber
Rich in bio-actives
Slippery Elm Bark
Slippery elm, or Ulmus rubra, is a tree native to the central and eastern United States and Ontario, Canada. Native Americans would peel its slimy, red inner bark from twigs and branches and use it as a remedy for many common ailments, like fevers, wounds, and sore throats. When mixed with water, it generates a sticky material known as mucilage, which is therapeutic and soothing to anything it touches.
Demulcent - meaning it coats, soothes, and lubricates the mucus membranes lining the digestive tract, reducing irritation.
Support dogs who suffer from reflux.
May help alleviate nausea and vomiting in dogs suffering from non-GI illnesses, such as kidney disease.
Contains many nutrients (carbohydrates, protein, fat, ascorbic acid, beta-carotene, calcium, and several trace minerals that support ill dogs,
Can be used for both diarrhea and constipation.
We add our amazing 9 strain pro-biotic into the mix:
Lactobacillus acidophilus (LA85) [200B], Lactobacillus casei (LC89) [400B], Lactobacillus rhamnosus (LRa0S) [400B], Lactobacillus plantarum (LP90) [400B], Lactobacillus bulgaricus (LB42) [50B], Bifidobacterium longum (BL21) [100B], Bifidobacterium breve (BBr60) [500B], Bifidobacterium bifidum (BBi32) [400B] & Streptococcus thermophiles (ST81) [200B].
Suggested directions for use
Mix with enough cold water to make a paste and add to your dog's meal. We recommend that you do not give for more than 8 weeks in a row. If you would like to continue to give Dump Dust daily, we recommend that you cycle in and out of it every 8 weeks.
Once open, store in the fridge but guard against moisture getting into the pack.
Dosage - 1 teaspoon = 1.5 grams (66.6 teaspoons per pack)
Under 10 kilos: 1/4-1/2 of a teaspoon
10-20 kilos: 1/2-1 teaspoon
20-40 kilos: 1-2.5 teaspoons
Over 40 kilos: 3+ teaspoons
You are safe to double dose in times of digestive distress.
As Slippery elm is a mucilage, it could potentially decrease how much medicine your dogs body can absorb and marginally decrease its effectiveness, please speak with your Vet if your dog is currently on medication and you would like to give this product. Your Vet may recommend giving slippery elm bark at least two hours after taking another medication by mouth. Slippery Elm should be avoided in dogs with an active infection that has an elevated urinary pH, where struvite crystal formation may be a risk. No to be used in pregnant dogs.
My Doggie Dump Dust is typically well tolerated by the majority of dogs. There is a possibility that some dogs may display symptoms of digestive upset which may be an intolerance or allergy to green banana starch. Dogs prone to yeast overgrowth may be triggered by the green banana starch.
Will this supplement work for your dog?
There is only one way to see - our supplements are affordable enough to give it a whirl and see if your dog will benefit positively like the successful dogs reaping the benefits. In some cases, we have multiple supplements that have similar outcomes so you may like to try one for 3 months and then try another and see which one your dog responded to better. Individual results will vary. Maintaining a healthy weight and appropriate exercise is important to your dog’s well-being.
Always consult with a licensed and qualified health physician before giving or using any products with your dog. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This has been provided for your information only. These statements have not been evaluated by any governing body.