Gut Dust

  • Probiotic

  • Prebiotic

  • 9 strains of beneficial bacteria

  • 200+ Billion CFU

  • Strains & gensus for anxiety, skin & gut health

  • Australian Green Banana starch

$59 for 200 grams

My Doggie orders are sent weekly & are not covered by insurance for loss or damage - Australian Shipping only

WOW!  My Doggie Gut Dust contains 9 strains of beneficial bacteria with 200+ Billion CFU and contains species resistant to acid to give these little gut bugs the best opportunity of reaching their destination.  We paired with the amazing resistant starch from Australian ladyfinger green bananas supporting Australian farmers to become the ultimate gut health superfood.

Strains & genus selected are the most researched and have links to assisting and supporting anxiety, skin conditions and general gut health:

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].
 

+ Resistant 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

  • Boost energy

  • 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

  • Decreases inflammation

  • Improves absorption of nutrients

  • Rich in vitamins & minerals

  • Rich in dietary fiber

  • Rich in bio-actives


Directions for use
Simply mix the recommended amount in with your dog's food or wet food such as meat, sardines, yogurt, kefir, etc. either daily or every 2nd day.  Gut Dust can be double dosed in times of digestive stress.  If your dog is currently taking antibiotics, give Gut Dust no less than 2 hours after giving antibiotics.

Storage
We recommend that once open, that you store in the fridge to maintain the high level of CFU's.  Do not freeze.

Dosage
1 Teaspoon (approx. 3 grams) per 10 kilos of body weight
Based on 0.307g per kilo of body weight

Doses per 200g pack for every other day use i.e. Monday, Wednesday, Friday

05-kilo dog - 390 doses/13 months
10-kilo dog - 195 doses/6.5 months

15-kilo dog - 130 doses/4.3 months

20-kilo dog - 97 doses/3.2 months

25-kilo dog - 78 doses/2.6 months

30-kilo dog - 65 doses/2.1 months

35-kilo dog - 55 doses/1.8 months

40-kilo dog - 48 doses/1.6 months

Doses per 200g pack for everyday use

05-kilo dog - 130 doses/4.3 months
10-kilo dog - 65 doses/2.1 months

15-kilo dog - 43 doses/1.4 months

20-kilo dog - 32 doses/1 month

25-kilo dog - 26 doses/26 days

30-kilo dog - 21 doses/21 days

35-kilo dog - 18 doses/18 days

40-kilo dog - 16 doses/16 days

Contraindications:
Gut Dust is for apparently healthy dogs where pet parents would like to support their dog's gut health. Gut Dust's resistant starch affects the gut microbes and exerts microbial effects. Studies have been conducted that show that resistant starch can change the function of gut bacteria and help with reducing chances of developing colon cancer and inflammatory bowel disease, however, if your dog is or has been affected by Candida yeast then resistant starch which feeds bacteria may not be appropriate for your dog if your dog has a higher level of harmful bacteria - resistant starch cannot pick and choose which bacteria it feeds - please discuss the use of this product with your Vet / Dermatologist.  If your dog has a medical condition such as IBS or similar, you should take the advice of your Vet in relation to which strains & gensus they feel are most suited to your dog's medical condition.  We cannot give you medical advice.

Tolerance: 
My Doggie Gut 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.

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