Dogs, like their wolf ancestors, instinctively hide their pain since it is a sign of weakness in the wild. So it's up to us to monitor our fur babies for signs of pain and illness.
Much like us, our pets encounter daily emotional and physiological stressors. These stressors can wreak havoc on your fur baby's tummy and gastrointestinal tract.
If these immune barriers aren't working 100%, it can cause an imbalance of good bacteria which results in your pet having a gastrointestinal disorder and can even lead to gastrointestinal disease.
It can begin with inflammation of the stomach and intestines, and if not diagnosed and remedied early on, it can affect other organs in the body, such as the pancreas.