S$9.00

Frozen Cow Milk Kefir (24 cubes/300ml)
Fermented cow’s milk with live kefir cultures
Unsweetened, GMO and antibiotic-free, No additives and preservatives.
Frozen cubes for easy storage and feeding. More suitable for picky eaters.

Ingredients:
Cow milk, kefir culture

*Keep frozen at -18℃*

Benefits of kefir:
Rich source of probiotics to strengthen your pet’s digestive system.
Kefir has been known to contain up to 61 strains of bacteria and yeast while yogurt only contains 5-6 strains.
Known to relieve heartburn, gas, irritable bowel, leaky gut syndrome and upset stomach.
Great source of many essential vitamins and minerals.
Antibacterial and antifungal properties.
Anti-inflammatory properties have been known to alleviate allergy symptoms.

Introducing Milk Kefir to your pet:
Your pet’s gut will take some time to adjust to new healthy bacteria in their system.
Due to the high potency of probiotics in kefir, always start introduction very slowly. Begin with small amounts and gradually increase to the recommended daily intake.
For healthy pets, this process can take up to 1-5 days depending on your pet’s gut health.
For pets suffering from digestive problems, this process can take up to 2 weeks.
Please consult your vet before feeding if your dog has chronic health conditions.

S$15.00

Frozen Goat Milk Kefir (24 cubes/300ml)
Natural fermented goat’s milk with live kefir cultures
Unsweetened, GMO and antibiotic-free, No additives and preservatives.
Frozen cubes for easy storage and feeding. More suitable for picky eaters.

Ingredients:
Goat milk, kefir culture

*Keep frozen at -18℃*

Benefits of kefir:
Rich source of probiotics to strengthen your pet’s digestive system.
Kefir has been known to contain up to 61 strains of bacteria and yeast while yogurt only contains 5-6 strains.
Known to relieve heartburn, gas, irritable bowel, leaky gut syndrome and upset stomach.
Great source of many essential vitamins and minerals.
Antibacterial and antifungal properties.
Anti-inflammatory properties have been known to alleviate allergy symptoms.

Goat Milk vs Cow Milk Kefir:
When compared with cow’s milk, goat milk contains higher levels of calcium, B vitamin, vitamin A, potassium, copper, iodine, manganese and magnesium.
Goat milk is a great alternative for dogs prone to food allergies due to the absence of A1 casein(present in many cow milk products).
Goat milk contains more prebiotics than cow’s milk.
Higher digestibility in goat’s milk due to smaller fat molecules.
Many dogs are lactose-intolerant. Goat milk contained lower levels of lactose. However, milk becomes 99% lactose-free when made into kefir as lactose is broken down by the live cultures.

Introducing Goat Milk Kefir to your pet:
Your pet’s gut will take some time to adjust to new healthy bacteria in their system.
Due to the high potency of probiotics in kefir, always start introduction very slowly. Begin with small amounts and gradually increase to the recommended daily intake.
For healthy pets, this process can take up to 1-5 days depending on your pet’s gut health.
For pets suffering from digestive problems, this process can take up to 2 weeks.
Please consult your vet before feeding if your dog has chronic health conditions.

Boobooraw
S$10.00
S$10.00

The Probiotic Smoothie range was made with picky eaters and convenience in mind.
Available in 8 different flavours: Apple, Banana, Blueberry, Dragon fruit, Mango, Peach, Strawberry, Watermelon
Simply defrost, shake well and serve!
Unsweetened, GMO and antibiotic-free, No additives and preservatives.

Ways to serve:
Defrost and serve as is
Freeze into ice cube or popsicle moulds for the perfect summer treat
Add into your pet's meals for Pre & Probiotic benefits
**Refrigerate once defrosted and use within 3 days**

Ingredients:
Goat milk kefir, fruit, goat milk

*Keep frozen at -18℃*

Benefits of Kefir
Rich source of probiotics to strengthen your pet’s digestive system.
Kefir has been known to contain up to 61 strains of bacteria and yeast while yogurt only contains 5-6 strains.
Known to relieve heartburn, gas, irritable bowel, leaky gut syndrome and upset stomach.
Great source of many essential vitamins and minerals.
Antibacterial and antifungal properties.
Anti-inflammatory properties have been known to alleviate allergy symptoms.

Goat Milk vs Cow Milk Kefir
When compared with cow’s milk, goat milk contains higher levels of calcium, B vitamin, vitamin A, potassium, copper, iodine, manganese and magnesium.
Goat milk is a great alternative for dogs prone to food allergies due to the absence of A1 casein(present in many cow milk products).
Goat milk contains more prebiotics than cow’s milk.
Higher digestibility in goat’s milk due to smaller fat molecules.
Many dogs are lactose-intolerant. Goat milk contained lower levels of lactose. However, milk becomes 99% lactose-free when made into kefir as lactose is broken down by the live cultures.

Introducing Kefir to your pet
Your pet’s gut will take some time to adjust to new healthy bacteria in their system.
Due to the high potency of probiotics in kefir, always start introduction very slowly. Begin with small amounts and gradually increase to the recommended daily intake.
For healthy pets, this process can take up to 1-5 days depending on your pet’s gut health.
For pets suffering from digestive problems, this process can take up to 2 weeks.
Please consult your vet before feeding if your dog has chronic health conditions.