Better Poop

$56.90 $59.90

If your Cat or Dog has a history of or is showing signs of...

  • Watery diarrhoea
  • (cannot be picked up, liquid)
  • Watery diarrhoea
  • (hard to pick up, liquid with shape)
  • Sloppy pile
  • (can be picked up, with massive stains on floor)
  • Soft stools
  • (can be picked up, soft, log shape)
  • Bloody stools*
  • *Better Poop can help to effectively absorb toxins. If your pet is having an excessive amount of bloody stools, please see your trusted Veterinarian as soon as possible.


Below 5.00kg | 2grams per dose
5.01kg to 10.00kg | 3grams per dose
10.01kg to 15.00kg | 4grams per dose
15.01kg to 21.00kg | 5grams per dose
21.01kg to 26.00kg | 6grams per dose
26.01kg to 31.00kg | 7grams per dose
31.01kg above | 8grams per dose

Second Dosage within next 12 hours

If consistency of poop remains the same, proceed with the ‘’second dosage’’ increased dose. If there is improvement within the first dose, continue the ‘’first dosage’’ for the next 12 hours.

Below 5.00kg | 4grams per dose
5.01kg to 10.00kg | 6grams per dose
10.01kg to 15.00kg | 8grams per dose
15.01kg to 21.00kg | 10grams per dose
21.01kg to 26.00kg | 12grams per dose
26.01kg to 31.00kg | 14grams per dose
31.01kg above | 16grams per dose

Once diarrhea has stopped, discontinue Better Poop Powder. This product should not be fed for more than 3 days. Consult your vet immediately if there is no improvement after 24 hours.

Comes in a 150grams bottle without spoon for accurate measurement. Please use a weighing scale to measure supplements from Good Gut as these products are produced and sold in high concentration.

Ingredients: Bifidobacterium Longum, Lactobacillus plantarum, lactobacillus paracasei, Lactobacillus reuteri, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Kaolin, Montmorillonite, Prebiotics and Plant carboyhdrates


  • Regulating the pH balance of the gut creates an environment less conducive to the growth of harmful bacteria and pathogens.
  • The process of absorbing excess fluid within the gastrointestinal tract has the potential to solidify loose stools and reduce the risk of dehydration in pets experiencing diarrhea.
  • A protective barrier shields the intestinal lining, reducing inflammation and preventing further irritation.
  • Offers relief from the distress commonly associated with diarrhea, thus improving the overall comfort of pets.


  • When provided correctly, the ingredient is generally gentle on the stomach lining and does not usually cause irritation or further gastrointestinal disturbances.
  • Encourages regular gastrointestinal transit and reduces the occurrence and severity of episodes of diarrhea.
  • Kaolin assists in the binding of loose stools while also encouraging healthy gut motility, thereby lowering the risk of constipation and promoting effective elimination of waste products.
  • It alleviates the stressed digestive system, decreasing the probability of additional occurrences of diarrhea and related distress.

Lactobacillus rhamonsus

  • The reduction of intestinal permeability serves to inhibit the release of harmful toxins into the circulatory system.

Lactobacillus paracasei

  • Effective in suppressing infections and preventing diarrhea caused by microbial imbalance.
  • This microbe is known for its ability to connect to the cells of the intestinal epithelium and colonize itself in the gastrointestinal tract. It is essential for restoring the balance of gut microbiota in pets, especially during episodes of diarrhea that disrupt the microbial balance.

Lactobacillus plantarum

  • Restores the healthy balance of gut microbiota by stimulating the growth of beneficial microbes and preventing the spread of harmful pathogens, thus improving overall gut well-being.
  • This mechanism serves to prevent the infiltration of toxins and pathogens into the circulatory system.
  • By regulating the stress response, it is possible to reduce stress-induced diarrhea.

Lactobacillus acidophilus

  • Survives in acidic environments like the stomach, increasing the chances of reaching the intestines alive and maintaining probiotic activity.
  • It restores gut microbiota balance.
  • Effective in reducing the severity and duration of diarrhea episodes.

Lactobacillus reuteri

  • Reduces the risk of diarrhea.
  • Controls the pH balance of the gut, thus lowering the favorable conditions for the growth of harmful bacteria while supporting gastrointestinal well-being.
  • Improves the functionality of digestive enzymes in the gastrointestinal tract, which improves the process of breaking down and absorbing nutrients.
  • Effective in reducing flatulence, which is commonly linked to diarrhea.
  • Increases the recovery and resolution of gastrointestinal symptoms in pets, thus minimizing the duration of diarrhea episodes.

Bifidobacterium longum

  • Maintaining the preservation of the intestinal barrier in pets.
  • Reduces gastrointestinal inflammation.


  • Reduces the risk of diarrhea.
  • The gut epithelial cells are stimulated to produce antimicrobial peptides (AMPs), which serve as a defense mechanism against pathogenic bacteria.

Plant Carbohydrates

  • Probiotic bacteria require energy and nutrients to grow and thrive. Carbohydrates serve as an essential energy source for probiotic bacteria. They can metabolize various carbohydrates through fermentation to produce energy and maintain their populations in the gut.
  • Carbohydrates can also play a role in protecting probiotics during storage and transit. Some probiotic supplements or foods are formulated with carbohydrates as stabilizers or protectants to ensure the viability of the live cultures until consumption.
  • Aid probiotics in colonizing and adhering to the gut mucosa. For example, specific carbohydrates called glycans present on the surface of gut epithelial cells can serve as attachment sites for probiotic bacteria, facilitating their colonization in the gut.
  • Offer a diverse array of molecules for probiotic bacteria to metabolize.

Strictly for supplementation purpose only.

CFU at time of manufacture: 80 billion per 150grams

When choosing a probiotic for your pet, it is crucial to take into account the colony-forming unit (CFU) content. However, it is important to note that a higher CFU content does not necessarily indicate improved health outcomes. The efficacy of a probiotic is contingent upon several factors, encompassing the particular bacterial strains that are present, their viability, and their capacity to endure the digestive tract and establish colonization within the gastrointestinal tract. Multi-strain products exhibit enhanced efficacy due to the diverse array of probiotic strains, enabling them to assume various functions.

Storage: Keep in a cool and dry area, away from heat and sunlight. To retain the best quality of the treats, you can keep it in the fridge in an airtight container.

Best before: 12 months upon date of manufacture