Bacillus Subtilis and Lactobacillus acidophilus in dog food
I have 2 Labs that are a year old, starting to become overweight, and the male has a sensitive stomach.
I have been researching different dry dog foods for both of them. Do you know why a dog food company would put Bacillus subtilis (bacteria) and Lactobacillus acidophilus (bacteria to help stop diarrhea in children) in their food?
I understand that bacteria lives and needs to be in the colon for proper human digestion, but after looking at many different dry dog foods this is the only food that I have found so far that contains bacteria. These bacteria is listed on the label.