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Digestive upsets in pets

KAREN GOLDRICK is a holistic veterinarian at All Natural Vet Care, Russell Lea, Sydney. T: +61 2 9712 5844 W: naturalvet.com.au

They may have days when their appetite is low and belly gurgly; when they eat and regurgitate grass and mucus on your carpet.

You are what you eat and this is also true of our pets. But if their gastrointestinal tract is not working well, no matter what they eat, they won’t be able to digest and absorb their food with its energy, protein, fats, vitamins, minerals and water.

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