Wellness for your pet’s teeth

Improve the bacteria in your mouth, and your pet will be healthy.

Unwanted bacteria cause inflammation in the mouth of pets

Inflammation of the gums, or gingivitis, and loss of the supporting tissue of the teeth, or periodontitis, are the most common ailments in dogs and cats. Up to 80% of pets suffer from them at some point in their lives. Inflammations cause accumulation of unwanted bacteria on the surface of the teeth and at their junction with the gums. One sign of gingivitis is bad breath.

Untreated gingivitis affects the whole

of the animal’s health. Untreated gingivitis progresses to periodontitis. The progress depends, among other things, on the race, age, rhythm of life and the functioning of the immune system of saliva. Harmful bacteria in the mouth can also spread to other parts of the body through the bloodstream and cause infections in the heart, liver, and kidneys. Advanced periodontitis causes tooth loss

Prevention of gum disease

Good dental hygiene and tartar cleaning by the veterinarian when necessary help keep the gums and teeth healthy. However, narcosis is always a risk and causes distress to the animals. If teeth are not cleaned regularly, unwanted bacteria can re-colonize the microbiota and inflammation quickly recurs.

Microgood-Pet maintains a good microbiota

The lactic acid bacteria contained in the Microgood-Pet product expel unwanted bacteria from the mouths of both dogs and cats. Its continued use maintains a beneficial microbiota. The bacterial population is safe for both animals and their owners.

Microgood-Pet contains beneficial bacteria for health

Lactic acid bacteria are found mainly in plants, from where they spread to the microbiota of animals and people.

Microgood-Pet flour contains three different types of bacteria: Streptococcus thermophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, and Lactobacillus plantarum. These carefully selected types of bacteria resist the conditions that create oxygen and saliva in the mouth and establish themselves with their positive effects on the oral mucosa.

Live lactic acid bacteria are mixed with tasteless and odorless cellulose. Bacteria are kept alive in dry environments until use. When moistened, the bacteria flour forms a gel structure that fixes the Microgood-Pet bacteria to the mucous membranes.

Microgood-Pet Study Results

The study included 9 cats of different ages (exotic and Persian breeds) and 13 dogs (Pomeranian and Peruvian hairless breeds). Microgood-Pet probiotics were given once a day by sprinkling it on the dry feed.

The product was used for about 4 or 5 weeks. Microbiota samples were taken from the surface of the upper fangs and from the gum line before and after use of the product. The presence of strains of bacteria indicative of gingivitis Porphyromonas gingivalis and Fusobacterium was analyzed in the tests.

The owners found the product easy to use and noticed its effect after 4-5 weeks. Bad breath was significantly reduced.

Illustration 1. All dogs

The use of Microgood-Pet for four weeks in dogs (n=13) markedly reduced the presence of the gingivitis-causing strain Fusobacterium (p=0.05), while the presence of P. gingivalis showed the same trend (p =0.7). Mean value of the presence of bacteria.

Figure 2. All cats

The use of Microgood-Pet for four weeks in cats (n=9) markedly reduced the presence of the gingivitis-causing strain P. gingivalis (p=0.028), while the presence of Fusobacterium showed the same trend (p=0.075). ). Mean value of the presence of bacteria.


30 servings, 52 g probiotic canister 100 servings, 175 g probiotic canister

Choose the size of the container according to the needs of use or the number of pets, since the product, once opened in the container, is kept for 1 month > 1 or 2 animals, 52 g jar; 3 or more animals, 175 g jar.


Unopened: 18 months; open: 1 month at room temperature. Keep dry.

NO MOISTURE CAN ENTER THE CAN. In a humid environment, the life of bacteria is reduced. Dose with a dry spoon and keep the lid closed.


1/2 or 1 teaspoon a day depending on the size of the mouth.

Take the flour from the teaspoon with a moistened finger brush and apply it to the teeth and gums of the dog or cat.

Contains probiotics

Streptococcus thermophilusSP4 1×109
Lactobacillus plantarum14D 1×109
Lactobacillus rhamnosusSP1 1×109

Microgood-Pet has been developed in Finland

Microgood-Pet products have been developed by the Finnish microbiology company GutGuide SA, whose research area is the oral and intestinal microbiota of both people and animals.

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