Healthy Gut Healthy Pet ! PetBrew is a high performance liquid probiotic feed supplement specifically for pets & puts the 'friendly' bacteria into your pets gut, essential for peak health.
Especially beneficial as part of a treatment for Allergies, PetBrew is reccommended for all pets a prevention method too.
PetBrew is used to support your pets digestive system. This can enhance recovery from a range of gastrointestinal and immune system related disorders. Our customers report their pets have improvements to digestive upsets, skin conditions, and overall health and energy.
First and foremost, our probiotics are alive & ready to start work !
After researching the digestive system and optimal microbial balance for Cats and Dogs we came up with a recipe of bacterial strains that made a bacterial colony beneficial to optimising their health and microbial balance. We then created an effective delivery method that keeps the bacteria alive in a liquid product so that it is 100% effective.
We think there really is nothing else on the market like it, not just in New Zealand but in the world.
What symptoms can PetBrew help with?
Most of our customers discover PetBrew when they have a cat or dog with a digestive problem or skin condition that is not responding well to either drugs or diet changes or regular worming treatments. Our customers report great success with treating these conditions effectively with PetBrew.
Regular Worming kills off healthy bacteria which upsets the bodys ability to absorb nutrients from their food, so a course of PetBrew afterwards repopulates the gut with it's vital healthy bacteria.
We have run case studies for common complaints with customers and their pets to demonstrate the effectiveness of PetBrew in treating a variety of conditions.
They have reported back to us that PetBrew:
Improved gastro symptoms, like diarrhoea and vomiting
Cleared up skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis
Reduced allergy symptoms
Improved the temperament of nervous and anxious pets
Boosted the immune system and vitality in elderly dogs