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Digestive disorders


Digestive disorders

Le tube digestif

The dog’s digestive tract extends from the mouth to the anus and is responsible for the transformation, digestion(?), and absorption(?) of food, in order for it to be used by the organism as a source of energy.

Oral cavity: It is the first stage of digestion(?). With the help of the tongue and the teeth, your dog grinds its food into more or less small pieces, which facilitates digestion(?). Saliva has a lubrifying role that facilitates the transit of food toward the stomach.

Oesophagus: It transports food from the oral cavity to the stomach.

Stomach: Food that has been grinded and soaked in saliva is stored in the stomach. Gastric juices participate in digestion(?). The content of the stomach is gradually delivered to the small intestine.

Small intestine: Enzymes breakdown food into nutrients (digestion(?)) that are absorbed and subsequently incorporated in blood flow and liver in order to be used: this is assimilation.

Colon: The role of the colon is to collect water leftover from indigestible elements, which it compresses into stool. Intestinal flora, abundant in the colon, also take part in general and digestive health.

Rectum and anus.

There also exist ancillary organs, such as the liver and pancreas.


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

MP LABO recommends

The following products


Complementary feed for cats and dogs



Complementary feed for cats and dogs



Organic blonde psyllium 
Supports intestinal transit