Can my dog have probiotic yogurt? Plain, low or non-fat yogurt provides probiotic benefits and serves as an excellent source of calcium for our canine companions. Adding a small spoonful of yogurt to your dog’s regular kibble at mealtime can provide digestive benefits and even help your dog stay full longer.
How much yogurt should I give my dog as a probiotic? As a general rule, we would say that you should give one spoonful is considered an accurate serving size for a small dog. For a medium dog, you can give them two spoonfuls of Greek yogurt. Finally, if you have a large dog, three spoonfuls are considered adequate.
What kind of yogurt is safe for dogs? According to Purina Nutritionist Karina Carbo-Johnson, MS, “Plain or non-fat plain without any sweeteners or preservatives is the best kind of yogurt to give to your dog.” There are yogurts your dog can enjoy and may even be good for them.
Which yogurt has the most probiotics for dogs? Unless your dog is lactose intolerant, plain Greek yogurt is better and safer for dogs than other types of yogurt. It contains more concentrated levels of probiotics (live cultures of bacteria), which do good things for a dog’s gut.