PSCPets IntelliFlora Pet Supplement Review

IntelliFloraIntelliFlora is a probiotic supplement for your pets (it can be used for both cats and dogs) that contains a blend of four different bacterial strains including: Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, and Enterococcus faecium. These four particular strains help intestinal cells while inundating the bad, unhealthy bacteria present within your dog’s or cat’s digestive system. It also contains a variety of important vitamins and nutrients including Vitamins C, A, E, Zinc, and Manganese, which are needed for your dog’s or cat’s proper metabolism, vision, and immune system functioning.

PSCPets IntelliFlora contains better ingredients than similar products and is less expensive. Knowing how important probotics are for us, it really makes sense that they are important for our pets as well! Probioticsmart.com definitely understands the importance of probiotics as well!

I was really excited to try IntelliFlora because both our cat and dog don’t have ideal digestive systems. Our cat often gets sick and has a sensitive stomach, and our dog is a mastiff, and well, mastiffs have quite the history for being gassy! She is definitely no exception! The first thing I noticed was that both our cat and dog were excited about the smell and flavor of the IntelliFlora. It is always a concern with pet supplements that they won’t like it, but they both like it so much they eagerly await for it! IntelliFlora comes in a powder form with a little scoop you simply sprinkle on their food. If I get any on my fingers our pup tends to lick it off my fingers, too! haha So that is definitely an aspect that is very important – they actually will actually eat it without any issues and actually enjoy it.

As for the long term benefits, I think we will need to continue using it on a regular benefit for the long term benefits, but there has already been a SIGNIFICANT difference in the gassiness of our mastiff. I was surprised to have noticeable results so quickly! It would really get so bad that I would ask her to leave our room, and I no longer have to do that, which is happier for both of us! Because our cat’s issues aren’t as noticeable (he has a sensitive stomach, but doesn’t get sick frequently), I can’t say what difference it has made other than he definitely hasn’t gotten sick since we’ve been using it. I am very pleased with the quick results for our mastiff, though, and I can tell she feels better in general now, too! I only wish we had known about IntelliFlora sooner!

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers and am not required to write a positive review. For more information view my Disclosure Policy.





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Comments

  1. Tina Kohrman says

    This sounds like a wonderful product. My dogs often get sick so I am going to check out this site to see about getting some of this for them. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Debby Chandler says

    my cats are all older so this would probably be a good product to help them with digestion.

  3. I’ve never heard of probiotics for your pets. It seems like they are beneficial from your review. I would check it out with my vet before giving it to my dog. Thank you for the post and sharing your experience with the product. =)

  4. never heard of this i have 4 dogs and 1 cat they are getting older and i have been looking for something like this

  5. Tracy League says

    Thank you for the review. I had no idea that they made probiotics for pets.

  6. Natalie L. says

    This would be great for my Bernese since their breed are prone to vision problems

  7. Thank you for telling me about this, my kitties have sensitive tummies.

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