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I used to give my American Bully a probiotic made by VertiScience which has now been discontinued. It worked very well for him eliminating gas and keeping his poop nice and firm. I have tried 3-4 other brands and none of them seem to work as well. I'm looking for suggestions on brands that have worked for your pups. Thanks!
 

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I got him when he was three years old. He had bad gas from day 1. I don't know what the previous owner fed him. He now eats boiled chicken breast and Blue Buffalo dry dog food.
 

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You might be surprised at how many dogs don't tolerate chicken well.

It might be worth trying a diet without it. And, look for hidden chicken - here in the UK it's not unknown for a food labelled lamb, for example, to have chicken fat or by-products listed lower down in the ingredients.
 

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I used to give my American Bully a probiotic made by VertiScience which has now been discontinued. It worked very well for him eliminating gas and keeping his poop nice and firm. I have tried 3-4 other brands and none of them seem to work as well. I'm looking for suggestions on brands that have worked for your pups. Thanks!
I have had my 2 min pins on Proviable probiotics for over a year now . Their digestive problems are gone. It was recommended by a specialist I took my little girl dog to . She had a problem with her pancreas and IBS. It has been good so far I also give to my boy , it seems to keep his gas and anal gland issues in check also.
 
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