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Helping You to Manage Your Pets Gut Health

Why Take

The Test?

What to feed your Pet can be difficult to decide, all formulated pet foods  seem to be perfectly balanced, offering the best nutrition.  The only way to be sure the food you feed your dog is the right one is to take the Petbiome test.


Especially  important if your dog has diarrhea, gut discomfort, has lost weight, is overweight, has allergies or is anxious or aggressive.


The Petbiome test will tell you exactly what is going on in the gastrointestinal tract and how you can improve his health.

What's It


I'TThe  Petbiome test is a faecal sample which is analysed with state of the art gene technology to give you a real time analysis of the microbial community in the gut of your pet.

The millions of reads of bacteria are then organised into an easy to understand report format.

Highlighted in the report are imbalances and nutritional deficiencies that may affect the health and vitality of your pet.

Also highlighted are bacteria linked to ill health, inflammation and allergies.

Advice is provided on how to change the diet to suit the biome.  



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Kibble or meat or both?

Good health and weight begin with a healthy microbial community.

Diet can change the balance between the good, the not so good and the bad microbes.   

PetBiome Test 

Stress, medication and diet alters the biome, reducing the good gut bacteria and destabilising the whole G.I. tract.   

 A faecal sample can be taken and analysed, using the latest genomic technology, to give the  accurate and personalised information needed to manage the diet.  



Veterinary research has found many links between bacteria and poor gut health. Pathogenic bacteria proliferate in certain conditions, causing discomfort, 

inflammation, bloating, bad breath and food sensitivity. 


A dog's or cat’s gut microbiome is not only critically important to the health of the digestive tract but also to overall health and well being. The Petbiome test provides the owner with all the information they need to make the best decisions on what to eat and the best pro and prebiotics to supplement.  

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