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PSCPets IntelliFlora

If you have had a pet you probably have been sitting there as that unmistakeable smell comes creeping into your nose! I have a cat that has an unmistakeable and nauseating smell that can clear a room. Poor Thomas has always had an issue no matter what food we feed him. I think he has been on 10 foods at least in his short life. We have always settled for the "best" food and tolerated the smell. Naturally when the chance to review a product that could help his seemingly sensitive tummy I jumped on the opportunity. PSCPets Intelliflora can be used for either cats or dogs, but as I said we have a stinky cat problem so he got to help with this review. 

IntelliFlora contains a blend of four different bacterial strains Enterococcus faecium, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, and Lactobacillus rhamnosus, three strains more then the leading traditional brand. These four strains are instrumental in fortifying intestinal cells and helping to isolate the unhealthy bacteria present within your dog or cat’s GI tract. IntelliFlora also contains a many vitamins and nutrients such as Vitamins C, A, E, Zinc, and Manganese, which help with all over body well being. PSCPets IntelliFlora can be directly compared tothe leading brand, HOWEVER IntelliFlora contains 2x the amount of lactic acid bacteria, does not contain animal digest, is formulated for both cats and dogs and is less expensive.
Now that I have given you a little overview of the product let me tell you more about how our review went. Thomas is not really an eater, probably because it doesn't make for a happy tummy, so getting him to actually take this powder was a bit difficult! He doesn't eat canned food or tuna so that was out(yep you heard right he will not touch them!)  So the option was dry food.......you get the problem right?? Powder+Dryfood=Not gonna work! I picked up his food over night and the next morning spray his food lightly with water, added the powder and mixed well. I left it down while I was away at work and it was gone most days when I can home. It has been a bit difficult to get him to take it but I have noticed that we are clearing the room far less often, he also seems to be following me around less whining! We plan on continuing the use of this product in hopes that it helps him even more :)
If you would like to find out more or order this product head to PSCPets.com or Probioticsmart.com
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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