The following is a list of "some" probiotics that have been used successfully with EPI dogs.... HOWEVER.... please note that not all probiotics will have the same result with any dog.... effectiveness depends on each individual dog's gut flora.... and unfortunately, they can vary dramatically from one dog to another.
What we at epi4dogs found what works best is to "try" a probiotic...... start with 1/2 the recommended dose and work up to a full dose within a week or two ... some dogs will have loose stools from the probiotic.. so you need to start slow. ALWAYS give probiotics 2-4 hours away from any antibiotic given. If your dog seems tobe extra sensitive and not able to handle any of the suggested canine probiotic..... then start with a single strain "Acidophulis" (you can use human grade Acidophulis).... this particular probiotic strain seems to be tolerable by almost all dogs....
Some of the Probiotic products used are as follows: