Psyllium provides a softer intestinal content, but is much safer than regular (over-the-counter) laxatives, which can cause the body to lose important nutrients. The membranes of the seeds expand when they come into contact with water (in food or in the digestive tract), forming a kind of gelatinous mass. When stools are too thin, the transit time is delayed because the seed coats absorb much of the moisture in the stool. When stools are stuck, the intestines are actually stimulated to contract, because the stool gets more volume. The stool also becomes softer, so that the chance of getting or worsening irritation to the anus is less.
✪ In case of loose stools
✪ With too thick stools
✪ Helps with intestinal irritations
✪ Dog < 10 kg: 1 to 2 times a day ½ measuring spoon
✪ Dog 10-25 kg: 1 to 2 times a day 1 measuring spoon
✪ Dog > 25 kg: 1 to 2 times a day1½ measuring spoon
100% Psyllium Husk (blond).