Just like us, our pets and animals rely on their gut microbiome for good health. They need as much care and attention, if not more as they are exposed to challenges of the changing environment.
Have you thought about your animals’ wellbeing today?
The satisfaction from good health and immunity is not just a gut feeling. It is the positive balance of trillions of bacteria which together provide a net beneficial effect to the pets and animals. Pets who live with us as family, sharing food and environment also share some of this microbiome.
Common disorders such as gastroenteritis may be alleviated by using a healthy dose of beneficial probiotics in small animal food and treats. Lactobacillus sp., Bifidobacterium sp. have been observed to provide relief and improve well-being. Several probiotic groups such as Lactococcus sp., Enterococcus sp. provide certain functionality and are limited by efficacy to certain species of animals.
Probiotics Australia can work with you in determining the ideal product for your needs.
Probiotics – We are expanding our core API range to meet with pet and animal needs. As animal use probiotics have their own requirements and specifications for their functionality, we have differentiated them into their own category.
Our current repertoire for pets includes Lactobacillus sp., Bifidobacterium sp., Lactococcus sp. Consult our account managers as this list is subject to expansions and changes.
Postbiotics – Probiotics Australia’s other core API range have been postbiotics and its different formats. Probiotics and their deactivated postbiotics have been our key innovations. We have worked towards developing technologies for improving health while addressing manufacturing, cosmetic and commercial challenges.
Now we expand this proprietary method for the pet product range.
|Proprietary custom blends|
|Bifidobacterium sp.||PAB™-100||PAB™-P100||PAB-M or PAB-PM Series|
|Product||Description of blend||Benefits|
“Probiotic Blend of Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifidbacterium animalis ssp. Lactis, Lactobacillus plantarum“
(PAB-212, PAB-121, PAB-210), Dry Powder
|General Wellbeing, gastrointestinal health, promotes gut microbial diversity.|
“POSTBIOTIC Blend of Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifidbacterium animalis ssp. Lactis, Lactobacillus plantarum“
(PAB-P212, PAB-P121, PAB-P210), Dry Powder
|General health, immunomodulatory, enhancement of microbiome diversity by aiding probiotic growth|
|PAB™-Mxxxx||Your OWN custom blend with a custom code that gives you a Market advantage!||Variable|
How often are we in contact with our pets? Most pet owners are in very close proximity with their pets and this is why the microbiota of pets and owner come into consideration.
Many of us might not realize but recent studies have found that we share a large proportion of microbiota with our pets living in the same household. We are interchanging or transferring microbes while we play and take care of them.
It is very important to keep the gut microbiota happy as any disturbance might make us and our pets prone to pathogens and harmful environment influences.
Any disease caused by the disturbance in pet’s microbiota has very high chances of affecting us.
After understanding the benefits of postbiotics in supernatant to humans, we can seek to confer some of these benefits to our pets by incorporating the postbiotics in their food. The health and well-being of both the owner and the pets are affected by gut microbes.
Recent studies have found that we share a large proportion of microbiota with our pets living in the same household. The pet may acquire diverse microbiota from different individuals withing the same household. We are in in contact with our pets in very close proximity. We come in contact with their body shedding and mucus which can be the means of transfer of microbes between us and pets. Any diseases caused by the disturbance in their microbiota has very high chances of affecting us.
Differences in the microbiota between us and our pets may lead to exposure of pathogens and harmful environmental influences. So, it is important to take care that their gut microbiota is not in a disturbed state.
Probiotics and Postbiotics are the solution to balance the disturbed pet microbiota which will help to avoid diseases such as diarrhoea, allergies, and obesity.
In pets, the postbiotic components in supernatant have direct anti-microbial effects brought by sealing the intestinal barrier and modulation of gut environment which will prevent the pathogenic bacteria to thrive. Since we share common microbiota with our pets, it will reduce our risk of exposure to pathogens.
Our pets are habituated to high carbohydrate diets and share similar lifestyle challenges as us. Supernatant from Lactobacillus(postbiotics) reduce the level of triglycerides and cholesterol while increasing the beneficial cholesterol which will help to maintain the obesity and overweight of the animal. Regular intake of these good metabolites present in supernatant will aid in the reduction in diarrhea incident.
The friendly probiotic bacteria packed with health benefits are grown in specified selective media. As they grow and multiply, they produce various metabolites into the media which consists of beneficial metabolites such as fatty acid, amino acids, peptides, anti-microbial compounds, anti-inflammatory compounds and many more. After the cells are extracted, we are left with the supernatant which consisting of metabolites which holds huge health benefits.
The bacterial culture supernatant of selected Lactic acid bacteria has various antimicrobial metabolites that holds the potential to inhibit pathogenic bacteria. Studies have shown that the probiotic metabolites present in the supernatant can prevent and downregulate intestinal inflammation and work as anti-inflammatory therapy.
The three different samples:
|Beef flavour||Chicken flavour||Peanut flavour|
Dosage: 20-25 ml added to regular food serving
Storage condition: cool dry place (recommended to be consumed within a week of manufacture date)
Our Pet Metabolite Broth delivers the power of health elevating probiotics and their beneficial compounds to our friendly companions. Studies have proven that the matrix on which probiotics grow holds various metabolites that have therapeutic and immune boosting capabilities. Packed with these beneficial metabolites, the Pet Metabolite Broth confers a healthy dose of postbiotics to our pets.
As probiotic bacteria grow, they produce a large amount of metabolites which are captured in the growth media. The metabolites include compounds like proteins, peptides, short chain fatty acids, organic acids which have a wide range of applications. “PA-Supernatant” is a combination of fermented growth media, probiotic metabolites and postbiotic bacteria.
“PA-Supernatant” is produced from ferments of probiotic Lactobacilli and Bifidobacterium species and produced in Australia’s only TGA/cGMP certified facility for manufacture of probiotics.
Numerous studies show the anti-microbial properties of probiotic supernatants like “PA-Supernatant” due to organic acids such as lactic acid, acetic acid, propionic acids and a multitude of bacteriocins.
“PA Supernatant” has been verified for antimicrobial effects against potentially pathogenic bacteria including
“PA-Supernatant” can be used as a natural, active ingredient in a variety of antimicrobial products.
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