Digestive (GI) Support for Pet

Maintaining good gut health, also known as gastrointestinal (GI) or digestive health, is crucial. The gut produces 75% of the Immune system function and 90% of Neurotransmitters in the body. It's the basis of all health.

If your pet has always had a sensitive tummy or experienced occasional digestive discomfort, Dr. Ruth Roberts has crafted this specialized support protocol. It's designed to provide the nurturing and fortification needed to promote a healthy and resilient digestive system for your furry friend.

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Gut Health in Cats and Dogs

Gut health, also referred to as gastrointestinal (GI) or digestive health, is a fundamental element that underpins the overall well-being of our cherished pets. It encompasses the intricate system responsible for processing and absorbing nutrients from the food they consume. This system, comprising the stomach, intestines, and associated organs, plays
a pivotal role in their daily functioning.

Let's delve into the very essence of what makes their digestive systems tick, examining the multifaceted factors that contribute to its vitality and equilibrium. By understanding the intricacies of this complex system, we empower ourselves to be vigilant caretakers for our furry companion.

Common Causes of Digestive Disruptions

🐶 Dietary Choices

The type and quality of food our pets consume play a fundamental role in their digestive health. Abrupt dietary changes or low-quality ingredients can lead to digestive upsets.

🐶 Food Allergies and Sensitivities

Some pets may have specific sensitivities or allergies to certain ingredients, causing digestive discomfort.

🐶 Stress and Anxiety

Emotional well-being directly impacts gut health. Stressors like changes in environment, separation anxiety, or traumatic events can manifest in digestive issues.

🐶 Infections and Parasites

Bacterial or viral infections, as well as the presence of parasites in the digestive tract, can lead to GI disturbances.

🐶 Underlying Medical Conditions

Chronic diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), pancreatitis, or gastrointestinal cancers can significantly affect gut health.

Common Symptoms of Digestive Distress

🐱 Vomiting and Diarrhea

Frequent or chronic episodes of vomiting and diarrhea are primary indicators of GI upset.

🐱 Changes in Appetite

A sudden loss of interest in food or a significant increase in appetite can be signs of underlying digestive issues.

🐱 Abdominal Discomfort

Restlessness, pacing, or signs of discomfort like hunching over can signal digestive discomfort.

🐱 Flatulence and Bloating

Excessive gas or a distended abdomen may indicate digestive imbalances.

🐱 Irregular Bowel Movements

Straining during bowel movements, constipation, or the presence of blood in stool can be cause for concern

Relief and Supportive Measures

Dietary Adjustments

Transitioning to a high-quality, easily digestible diet tailored to your pet's specific needs can provide significant relief.

Probiotics and Digestive Enzymes

These supplements help restore and maintain a healthy balance of gut bacteria, aiding in digestion.


Proper hydration is crucial for digestive health. Ensure your pet has access to fresh, clean water at all times.

Stress Management

Implement techniques to reduce stress, such as regular exercise, mental stimulation, and a stable routine.

Consult with a Veterinarian

Seek professional advice to rule out underlying medical conditions and receive a tailored treatment plan.

Holistic Approaches

Alternative therapies like acupuncture or herbal remedies can complement conventional treatments for digestive issues.