How to take Just Pets Probiotic
Congratulations on giving your pet the gift of great gut health with Just Pets Probiotic.
And because your box of Just Thrive awesomeness is on its way…
Now’s the perfect time to go over some simple best practices for getting the most out of your purchase.
#1: Make it a daily treat
With Just Pets Probiotic, “treat time” can double as the best time to give your pet a daily dose of good bacteria.
Thanks to the grass-fed beef liver flavor, many pets love munching on the capsule…
But you can also slide open the cap and sprinkle the contents into your pet’s food.
#2: Ensure your pet is getting enough
When it comes to Just Pets Probiotic, the size of your animal doesn’t matter.
What DOES matter? The density of your pets’ gut microbiome.
Once your pet graduates from nursing to solid food, their gut is ready for the full dose.
1 to 100 lbs - the recommended dose is 1 capsule, once a day.
#3: Protect the whole gang
The 3 superstrains in Just Pets Probiotic are clinically proven to be “universal animal colonizers” –
Making Just Pets Probiotic ideal for all your animal friends, including: dogs, cats, horses,
rats, fish, pigs, chickens, etc.
#4: What to do if your pet needs an antibiotic
To compensate for the temporary reduction of beneficial bacteria in your pet’s gut.
We recommend doubling up on Just Pets Probiotic – for at least 2 weeks – for extra digestive and immune support.
And great news – Just Pets Probiotic CAN be taken at the same time as an antibiotic.
#5: Skip The Fridge
As with all Just Thrive products, Just Pets Probiotic is super resilient, and will remain fully potent at room temperature… So no refrigeration required!
If you have any additional questions or concerns about your purchase, please don't hesitate to reach out to our customer-favorite, U.S.-based support team.
Call us at (800) 455-8939 or email email@example.com. We're always here to help you feel your healthiest.
Thanks again for trusting us with the health of your furry friend.
One last thing...
Does your pet practically inhale their food? If so, you may want to step in…
Fast eating is actually dangerous for their health.
That’s why slow-feed bowls are a great way to help your dog to slow down at mealtime… And today, you can make your own with this super easy, food-based slow bowl pet treat recipe.
Your furry family member will LOVE it!