ProBiora Health® Supports Oral Health for Sheltered Dogs on National Make a Dog’s Day

On National Make a Dog’s Day, ProBiora Health will provide ProBioraPet® oral care probiotics to support the oral health of shelter dogs, with an emphasis on shelter dogs with special needs

TAMPA, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–October 22 is National Make a Dog’s Day (#makeadogsday) and ProBiora Health, manufacturer of oral care probiotics for people and pets, salutes Subaru and joins them in the worthy effort to support shelter dogs, particularly those with special needs. In partnership with, ProBiora Health is donating more than 2,000 units of ProBioraPet oral care probiotics, an all-natural probiotic specially formulated to support dogs’ oral health, for dogs at the Halo Love Peace shelter in Carol Stream, IL, and Henry’s House Feral Community in Norcross, GA.

“Dental health is more than just a cosmetic issue for our pets; it can be a sign of serious oral care challenges,” said Chris Koski, CEO of ProBiora Health. “We created ProBioraPet because we love pets and want them be healthy and happy. We’re so pleased to have the opportunity to help sheltered dogs enjoy good oral health.”

According to the American Veterinarian Medical Association, oral disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem for pets, with most dogs and cats becoming affected by age three. Oral health is a very important part of a pet’s overall health. More than just a cosmetic issue, yellow teeth and bad breath can be a sign of serious disease in our pets, which may affect their kidneys, livers, and hearts.

Many people are familiar with probiotics for digestive and immune health. ProBiora Health’s proprietary probiotics apply the same biological process to enhance oral health in both people and pets. ProBioraPet’s patented blend of beneficial bacteria crowds out harmful bacteria in mouth, restoring the pet’s natural balance of beneficial bacteria. Sprinkling ProBioraPet into a pet’s food just once-a-day results in enhanced gum health, fresher breath and whiter teeth and without the fuss of brushing.

On this National Make a Dog’s Day, ProBiora Health hopes to encourage pet lovers across the nation to participate in maintaining the oral health of not only their own beloved “best friends” but rescued dogs who haven’t yet found a loving home. Pet lovers can find more information about ProBiora Health oral health care probiotics for people and pets at

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