The Natural Formula That
Supports Your Dog’s Health
Pawbiotix is the only nutritional formula designed to help your dog achieve optimal and balanced levels of all five healthy gut bacteria they need to thrive.

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Inside every drop of “Pawbiotix” you’ll find:
A perfectly dosed proprietary blend of
carefully selected healthy gut bacteria, mixed into a powerful pet probiotic formula.
Organic Kelp Powder
Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin
Chlorella Powder
Bacon Type Flavor Natural
Bacillus Coagulans
Turmeric Root Extract
Fennel Seed Powder
Chicory Root Inulin
Flax Seed Powder
Beef Liver Powder
Hydrolyzed Fish Cod Collagen

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our carefully crafted formula has been specifically designed to cater to the needs of all dogs, irrespective of their breed, age, or size.

The key to its effectiveness lies in the incorporation of 5 distinct strains of healthy bacteria that are essential for all dogs to truly flourish.

These beneficial bacteria are not easily found elsewhere, and our formula provides the perfect source for your dog to receive the necessary support for optimal health.

By introducing these vital bacteria into your dog’s diet, you are unlocking the door to enhanced vitality and overall well-being.

Pawbiotix has been designed for all dog breeds, no matter their age or existing medical conditions. All of the ingredients have been proven to be safe in clinical trials and are constantly tested for purity and to ensure against toxins and contaminants.

So far it has been used by more than 42,967 humans to help their furry best friends and we haven’t seen any notable side effects.

Every order comes with a full 60-day, 100% money-back guarantee.

That means that if you aren’t absolutely thrilled with the results, or you change your mind for any reason whatsoever…

You can reach out to our friendly customer service team, and we’ll refund your investment promptly.

Our customer service team is just an email or a phone call away, and you’ll receive our contact information on the receipt of your order.

So there’s nothing to lose, and so much for your dog to gain.

Unfortunately, I can’t guarantee that this offer will be available for much longer.

The ingredients we use in this formula are extremely hard to make and very expensive for us to produce…

And remember, there’s a LOT of science that goes into balancing those ingredients so that your dog gets just the right amount of each healthy bacteria in their guts.

And given how quickly this premium formula is selling, I believe we will sell out very soon.

Once we’ve sold out, I don’t know how long it will be before we’re back in stock.

I’d hate for you to come back to this webpage and not be able to get this formula for your lovely dog…

So I highly recommend you order now, while stock is available.

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