How to Quickly Soothe and Stop Your Dogs Tummy Troubles

labradorsDoes your dog get tummy troubles or an unhappy gut?

Maybe they get a bout of gas, diarrhea or constipation, even things like irritable bowel syndrome or leaky gut which all adds up to an unhappy gut.

If so, then I have a proven solution for you to help your dog with tummy and gut issues, quickly making them feel better.

Slippery Elm – Natures Wonder Herb for Dogs

Let me introduce natures wonder herb, Slippery Elm, used to soothe the entire gastrointestinal system of your dog and absorb toxins for leaky gut, stomach problems, IBD, pancreatitis, diarrhea, respiratory ailments, kennel cough and urinary probleCamperdowm elm treems.

Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra) is a species of elm tree that has been used as an herbal remedy in North America for hundreds of years.

Native Americans used Slippery Elm to create balms or salves to heal wounds, burns, ulcers, psoriasis and other skin conditions. They also used it orally to soothe sore throats, relieve coughs, and help with diarrhea and stomach issues.

If you have a dog with an unhappy gut, slippery elm has proven to be very effective, quickly making them feel better.

What’s in it?

LabradorSlippery Elm contains a substance called mucilage, which is a polysaccharide that becomes a gel when mixed with water. The mucilage comes from the inner bark of the tree and is a bit slippery and slimy, hence the name “Slippery Elm”.

Slippery elm bark powder has been used in certain cultures as part of their normal diets due to its nutritious content. It is rich in nutrients and antioxidants that promote recovery. Its antioxidants and vitamin A, B complex, C, K and minerals, calcium, magnesium and sodium help support skin health by eliminating free radicals that cause aging.

What’s the benefit of using it?

The mucilage does a good job of soothing and coating the mouth, throat, stomach, and intestines, while at the same time absorbing toxins, causing much relief from things like:

  • Respiratory ailments such as Kennel Cough
  • Leaky gut
  • Constipation
  • Gastritis
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Acute Diarrhea (see: how to stop diarrhea)
  • Colitis
  • Vomiting
  • Pancreatitis
  • Stomach and intestinal inflammation
  • Cuts, abrasions and burns – pulls out toxins, relieves itching and promotes fast healing

How to Use It?

Use the powder form, it’s more economical and easier to sprinkle on food as dogs seem to like it and it’s completely safe. Wonderful for cats too.

  • 1/8 tsp for small dogs, twice daily
  • 1/4 tsp for medium dogs, twice daily
  • 1/2 tsp for large dogs, twice daily

Where to get Slippery Elm for your dog?

This one has excellent reviews, is 100% pure powder and a great price, Click Here.

The Power of Home Remedies for Dogs – the Simple and Effective Approach to Healing Your Dog

Home Remedies for Dogs Book by Dan ScottUsing the powerful healing benefits of this natural remedy is just one of the many recipes in the new book Home Remedies for Dogs. Take a look at the latest natural home remedies to heal all sorts of different dog health problems.

The book also includes the kibble health booster program for senior dogs, something new you won’t have seen before that’s fast, simple and easy to do with amazing results for your older dogs health. This will help with any kind of allergies or tummy troubles or simply to protect your dogs health from cancer, diabetes and arthritis.

It’ll mean you really save on veterinary expense while improving your dogs health at the same time, Click Here to find out more.

About Dan

Dan is an experienced dog nutrition and home remedy specialist, helping pet parents heal chronic dog health problems with healthier kibble, home cooked and raw food diets and using effective, safer natural home remedies for a healthier, happier and longer lived dog.


  1. HI Dan, I’m seeing great improvement in my 12 year old terrier mix health. We were unsuccessful with intensive steroid and anti-biotic protocol the vet prescribed for IBD. We just finished our first week of the 7 step kibble enhancement. My terrier is still showing some signs of this disorder(I believe the gas is driving her need to go outside 2-3 time in the early morning hours 2AM. 4AM 5AM) but will move into full doses of the protocol now that she is used to the enzymes etc. I also plan to include a probiotic treat you recommended and the slippery elm powder. I hope to have victory over this issue in the coming weeks and will update you. But for now just a thanks for the excellent information.

  2. Hi Tim, good news, glad to hear this. Things will improve a lot over the next month. If there’s any itching/yeast in the mix, use a soil based probiotic instead: otherwise go with the option you mentioned. If gas comntinues, use less kibble and more fresh foods, the probiotics will help here too. Re slippery elm, feed between meals when empty if there’s any yeast/itching issues otherwise with food.

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