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Digestive disorders


Digestive disorders


Fibres are not assimilated by a dog's organism, and thus provide no energy. Their role is nevertheless primordial: they allow for proper intestinal functioning. There exist several types of fibres:

  • cellulose(?): this is an insoluble fibre that stimulate transit by playing the role of a counterbalance;

  • FOS(?) (fructo-oligosaccharides): these are soluble and fermentable fibres that favour the maintenance of intestinal flora

  • Mucilage (such as psyllium): these are soluble and nonfermentable fibres that swell by attaching themselves to water and transforming into gel, which improves transit.




That you ask yourself about your companion

What are the causes of constipation?

When should I see my veterinarian?

How should I manage constipation and avoid it returning?

My dog's stomach is growling or is passing a lot of gas

Le tube digestif

MP LABO recommends

The following products


Complementary feed for cats and dogs



Complementary feed for cats and dogs



Organic blonde psyllium 
Supports intestinal transit