can Activia probiotic yoghurt be used instead of Azodyl capsules as an effective substitute? How much should I use in place of as well? Also where can I purchase small empty capsules? these questions are based on previous comments and answers. thank you.
My recommendation would be to purchase probiotics you can give your cat. You would have to give your cat quite a bit of yogurt to get the correct level of "friendly bacteria" to help your her which would likely end up causing more problems.
Probiotics which are "friendly bacteria" are available online, through veterinarians and at retail at a much more cost effective price than azodyl which I personally do not recommend.
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