So my dog is finishing up a round of antibiotics, and his stool has been off and on soft or normal. I'd like to replenish his system with antibiotics naturally.
I know there are a ton of products out there that are labeled as probiotics for dogs. But I don't take commercial probiotics for myself, either - I myself just eat a good combo of different whole grains, vegetables, yogurt, and fermented vegetables. And I've got great gut flora
But do dogs need the same bacterial strains humans do?
I asked my vet, who suggested goat yogurt, which I picked up. And I regularly give him small pieces of raw cut veggies.
What are other sources of healthy bacteria for dogs? Are they same as healthy bacteria for humans?
Also, what are people's thoughts about green tripe? And does it make a difference if it's raw or freeze dried? I hear that green tripe has excellent enzymes for dog's digestion, though i don't know about bacteria. I hear that's pretty undebatable. But I'm not sure if the freeze dried versionof green tripe is a source of the active enzymes, or if I have to get it raw.