Core species of dog, cat gut microbiome identified

A wide array of microbes dwell in the crevices of dogs’ and cats’ intestines, forming complex communities called the microbiome.

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Like a happy family in Anna Karenina, one pet biotechnology company found evidence that all healthy dog or cat microbiomes may be alike, or at least similar. Read more.


Wall, Tim. “Core Species of Dog, Cat Gut Microbiome Identified.” PetfoodIndustry.Com, 31 July 2020, http://www.petfoodindustry.com/articles/9442-core-species-of-dog-cat-gut-microbiome-identified?v=preview.

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