Low-fat yogurt, without lactose and without added sugars, is an ally for our dogs because it is rich in calcium, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus, vitamins of group B, C, E and regulates the intestinal activity of both puppies and dogs. adults. The lactic ferments found inside are essential for the dog's growth and proper development. Yogurt, always on the advice of the veterinarian, can be administered after an antibiotic treatment to restore the dog's intestinal flora.
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How to introduce yogurt in the dog's diet?
Yogurt can be given directly fresh, obviously it must be a white yogurt free of flavors and sugars. You can simply have the yogurt jar licked after someone in your family has eaten it, or it can be added to the main meal. The frequency and doses vary according to the dog's age, weight, and the dog's health condition.
The alternative to fresh yogurt is the administration through convenient baked cookies that already contain it inside: https://it.tasty.pet/collections/biscuit/products/gluten-free-turkey
Contraindications of yogurt for dogs
Some dogs do not digest fresh yogurt and may have problems with vomiting, flatulence, diarrhea. It is therefore advisable to observe any anomalies in the faeces and eventually to suspend the administration.