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Product Review: Prodigestive Aid

Probiotics and prebiotics are an essential part of your dog’s diet. Why? Because they help to maintain and improve your precious pooch’s gut health, which can directly impact their health as a whole. 

Our new Prodigestive Aid is professionally formulated with natural ingredients to help dogs with sensitive stomachs and digestive issues. It works gently to improve your pup’s gut health and digestion, and to boost their immunity. 

Our Prodigestive Aid is boosted with nutritional ingredients

Maintaining your dog’s gut health is important because the state of their gut is closely linked to their overall health and wellbeing. With our Prodigestive Aid, your dog will receive all of the nutrients they need to help support and optimise their gut.

Australian goat milk

Soothing, nourishing and gentle on your pup’s skin, it’s no wonder we use Australian goat milk across our range of natural dog shampoo. But goat milk doesn’t just work as a low-irritant topical – it makes a robust and gentle digestive aid, too.  

Goat milk is absolutely packed with probiotics, which are crucial to maintaining good gut health. This gentle ingredient helps to keep your dog’s gastrointestinal tract clean and functioning smoothly while defending against and eliminating potentially harmful bacteria.

Pre-Pro Biotic

Bovine colostrum

Bovine colostrum comes from a mother’s first milk, and its sole purpose is to provide a newborn with all of the nutrients they need during the early stages of their life. Its beneficial properties aren’t just limited to the young – colostrum can also help adult and aging dogs. Colostrum can help to heal your dog’s gut, eliminate diarrhea and reverse the effects of leaky gut.

Milk thistle

Milk thistle supports your dog’s liver, which helps the organ’s natural process of removing toxins from the body. In turn, this helps to strengthen your dog’s immune system and keep them in optimal health.

Slippery elm

Slippery elm is a powerful digestive aid. It can work as a laxative for dogs with constipation, an anti-inflammatory to help reduce intestinal inflammation and discomfort, and a nutritional herb that provides your pooch with numerous vitamins and minerals.


There’s a reason why turmeric lattes have become so popular – the health benefits of this golden spice are far-reaching. Predominantly known for its anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric helps to relieve and reduce inflammation in your pup’s body. Many digestive conditions are caused or worsened by inflammation, which turmeric – a key ingredient in our Prodigestive Aid – can help to prevent and ease.


Spirulina is a powerful tool in maintaining optimal gut health. This microscopic algae has the ability to boost your dog’s immune system, improve their gut health, manage allergies and support the detoxification process.


Ginger is renowned for settling the stomach, and it can do the same thing for your four-legged friend. A powerful plant, it helps to ease your dog’s bloating, flatulence and nausea.

Flaxseed meal

Flaxseed has a number of benefits when it comes to your dog’s health. Not only does it work to gently nourish your furry friend’s skin and coat, but flaxseed also operates as a natural anti-inflammatory, immune system booster and powerful digestive aid.


The power of antioxidants is seemingly limitless. While their main job is to remove free radicals from the body to prevent illness and disease, they can achieve far more than that. With the added boost of an antioxidant-rich natural health supplement in your dog’s diet, they could experience improved digestion and mobility, reduced allergy symptoms and even prevention of respiratory diseases and autoimmune disorders.

Recommended daily dose

Support your pup’s health and wellbeing with our Prodigestive Aid

We understand the importance of gut health and its ability to support your dog’s overall health and wellbeing. Our Prodigestive Aid is formulated to provide your pup with the nutrients they need to find optimal intestinal balance, improve their gut health and boost their immune system.

Try our Prodigestive Aid to improve your dog’s gut health

Prodigestive Aid

Our unique and natural blend of advanced probiotics and prebiotics mixed with Australian goat milk, colostrum, milk thistle, slippery elm, spirulina and ginger.  Professionally formulated for dog’s with sensitive stomachs and digestive issues. Boosted with turmeric to help support your dog’s immune system.  Prodigestive Aid is recommended for optimal intestinal balance to support your dog’s health and wellbeing.    


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