Pet Flora contains a spectrum of 29 microflora, that fall into the following eleven categories:
The proliferation of these microflora into their 29 plus sub-species variations is promoted by the prebiotic complexes, and the humic and fulvic acids extracted from ancient plant deposits. All twelve seed species are Class One Microbiological agents and approved by the FDA for human and animal consumption.
We formulate our own products. All our ingredients are purchased from United States sources. We maintain a C of A (Certificate of Authenticity) for all ingredients. We do not use any additives or any substances other than what is on the label. That is, we use no excipients, flowing agents, coloring agents, stabilizers, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, or unnatural substances of any kind.
We manufacture so that humans, including family and friends can confidently take any of our products. Family and friends as well as customers take Pet Flora, Vital Pet Lipids, Luxolite, Herbal Anti-Inflammatory, and Soothing Solution.
"I have never written a testimonial for a product before, but I have had tremendous success with Pet Flora and want to share my experiences with other pet owners. I think it is an amazing product for maintaining healthy digestion, and for the prevention and treatment for gas, diarrhea and vomiting in animals. I have 2 cats and 2 dogs (a German Shorthair Pointer and a Yellow Labrador.) My dogs both have great noses and love food. Unfortunately, that can get them into some trouble! Whenever they find something they shouldn't have eaten; whether they get into my trash can, eat another dog's food, or steal some people food, they will get bad gas, diarrhea or they'll vomit. I now have a simple cure... Pet Flora. I used to take my dogs to the vet for treatment for vomiting and diarrhea, and I would incur sizable vet bills. Now I can treat them at home with Pet Flora and save myself a lot of time and money (and carpet stains.) To give my dogs the supplement, I'll put some peanut butter on the pill, or wrap it in cheese, and my dogs will easily eat it! I have given the product to friends' dogs and coworkers' dogs whenever I hear of gas or diarrhea, and they have had success every time. If we go on a hike and my dogs drink some stagnant water, I will immediately give them Pet Flora when we get home, to make sure they don't get sick.
I will give my cats Pet Flora if I notice loose stool in my their litter boxes, and the diarrhea will be gone by the next day. Since I typically can't tell which cat has the upset stomach, I open a capsule or two and sprinkle it over their dry food. The first time I gave it to them, I was shocked at how quickly I had results! I think this is a product that every pet owner should have on hand, for the comfort of your animals, and to avoid expensive vet bills. "
" Ive had Minnie on the celloquent, vital lipids, enzymes, and pet flora now for a little over a week and her skin is already improved to near perfection!!!"
"I am writing to thank you for your wonderful products. When Nicholas was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma in February I added Celloquent and Vital Pet Lipids to his diet. Against all odds, he remained with us for six and a half more months. I am certain that these nutritionals were an important contributing factor."
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