Benji loves car rides, ripping the stuffing out of plush animals, and hogging the bed (he definitely snores). Benji also loves food. It doesn’t always love him back.
Benji’s mom has tried feeding him different foods and limiting his diet, but still has to keep a stash of rubber gloves and carpet cleaner within reach in case things don’t go well after meal time. Benji and his pet parents aren’t alone. Every pet parent who has a cat or dog with a sensitive stomach can sympathize with those moments. Pets who suffer from sensitive stomachs have consistent, ongoing GI issues which is often caused by inflammation of the GI tract, but this is where GastroCare can help.
Used widely in veterinarian practices, it has been dubbed the “magic herb” (cue the oohs and ahhs). The combination of herbs works to diminish the ongoing distress of the stomach and intestinal lining and may help to reduce the inflammation. Once the irritation subsides – Benji and dogs like him can get back to doing doggo things and pet parents can rejoice because the carpet cleaner is back in storage.
Pro Tip: High carb diets can be blamed for a lot of ongoing GI issues with our pets today. Carbohydrates are pro-inflammatory. By changing your cat or dog’s diet to a species-appropriate diet (low in carbs, high in protein), you can keep your pet feeling like the best version of themselves.
Consider home cooking, switching to a raw diet, or feeding a freeze dried dog food to help alleviate an upset stomach in dogs and cats.