Fecal Transplant Capsules
KittyBiome: Gut Restore supplement is a unique fecal microbiota transplant capsule that helps restore pet health and relieve digestive, skin and immunity issues.
A remedy designed for cats with digestive issues. More powerful than current probiotics and prescription diets, because it is sourced directly from healthy cats.
The science behind AnimalBiome is pretty amazing, and with millions of bacteria being analyzed, there’s a lot of information – if you want to learn more:
My dog went from 5 liquid poops a day to two formed poops a day after taking Gut Restore. I saw an improvement in her poops after a few doses! I have tried so many other products. None worked. My vet was even suggesting to put my dog on long term Flagyl. So happy I found this site and their products! Plus they have excellent customer service as I called or emailed them a few times. I highly recommend this product!
Our dog was having frequent diarrhea. We tried different food, medication, probiotics, everything we could think of. Our Veterinarian recommended the Animal Biome gut test and supplement. We sent the test sample in for analysis and then began the supplement. Within a few days our dogs diarrhea issues were resolved. We were amazed at how thorough the test results were when we received them. We forwarded them to our Vet and we made dietary changes based on the report. Our dog has not had any issues since! We highly recommend the Animal Biome test to determine if your dog is getting all the nutrients he/she needs and the supplement!
Our standard poodle was treated with far too many antibiotics at puppy stage, with many bouts of gastroenteritis which had us at the vets, with more antibiotics, and the cycle continued. Finally, about a year ago with a holistic vet she got a fecal transplant and improved mightily. About 7 months later we started our girl on these restore capsules to help the upper GI and the improvement was wonderful! Love this product!
Our little dog Frank has suffered from soggy poop for quite a while and has had to be on antibiotics for an overgrowth of bad bacteria in his gut. Our vet recommended the poo pills and Frank's poop has gotten firmer and he seems to not strain as much as he used to. Hoping for even more improvement.
Wish I could say there was some difference, but none that I can see.