Canine behavioral problems like stress and anxiety and aggressiveness can have lots of causes, and an out-of-balance microbiome might be among them. Find out how your canine’s gut health can influence his behavior.
If you’ve been discovering your dog’s (or your own) microbiome, you might be familiar with the term “gut-brain axis”. A number of years back, medical researchers recommended the gut was the “second brain” due to the fact that numerous of the neurotransmitters used by the brain and nervous system are created in the gut. The most current research study recommends the enteric system (gut) may actually be seen as the very first or main brain.