PET | TAO Harmonize GI Supplement (120 Soft Chews)


PET | TAO Harmonize GI 

$0.17-$0.34/day for cats

$0.34 - $1.68/day for dogs

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Contains enzymes, prebiotics, and Bacillus subtilis PB6 probiotic to help support and balance the digestive system and overall gastrointestinal health.


  • Supports immunity
  • Convenient, in treat form 
  • Supports and balances the digestive system 
  • Multifunctional - balances your cat AND your dog! 

For use in dogs and cats over the age of 12 weeks.

A source of:

  • alpha-Amylase which can hydrolyze starch.
  • Protease which can hydrolyze proteins.
  • Cellulase which can break down cellulose.
  • Lipase which can hydrolyze triglycerides.

This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

Due to the tasty nature of our products, do not leave the package unattended around pets.


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  • I have a 10-year-old, 43-lb., neutered Wheaten Terrier who has successfully lived with lymphoma for five years (after being given only weeks to live upon diagnosis). Among other supplements (including Max's Formula and MycoForte), to support his digestion we have been giving him Thorne Gastriplex in capsule form, but Thorne has discontinued that product. I am interested in your Support GI, yet I have not found dosing requirements on your site, so I don't know how much to order. Please let me know what you suggest.

    Hi, thanks for your interest in PET | TAO Harmonize GI Supplement. Here are the dosing instructions:

    For Dogs: Give 1 Soft Chew per 1-1 ½ cups of food at each feeding. $0.34-$1.68/day
    For Cats: Small Cats (5-8 lbs.): ¼ Soft Chew with meals twice daily. $0.17/day
    Large Cats (8 lbs and over): ½ Soft Chew with meals twice daily. $0.34/day

    Use only as directed by your veterinarian. Responses to supplements may vary by animal.

    If you have any other questions or if we can help you in any way, just let us know!

  • is this probiotic vegan? One of my dogs is allergic to lamb, chicken, rice and dairy. Thank u! She's loves your food!

    Thank you for your question and for trying out our Food Therapy products! This probiotic supplement is vegan. There aren't any animal products in the cultures.

  • hello my dog cookie is a rescue around 12 years old mix now wieghs 74 lb has gone blind very quickly said had sards and my vet says she has cushings also.have her on 60mg vetoryl.she still has all symtoms after 4 months on drug eats everything cant get enough water and pees and whines all the time.before this all last year she wieghed 42 lb can ou help

    Thank you for your question! We have a free ebook download about Cushing's that will help you. We also recommend reading this article to figure out the appropriate diet for your dog with Cushing's and also adding Harmonize GI supplement and Complement Immune supplement, along with liver treats.

  • My dog has megaesophagus due to myasthenia gravis. I would like to make her food and wondered if you could offer suggestions. Also, would the Harmonize GI be good for her? Thanks!

    Thanks for your question! In general, we recommend feeding your dog in an elevated manner by placing the food bowl above the point of shoulder at multiple small feedings (3-4 per day). Feed wet food consistency of oatmeal. A warming food, such as Blaze would be best, along with Spleen treats, and Harmonize GI Supplement to aid with digestion and provide adequate probiotics. You can find a homecooked recipe version of Blaze here. Also, be aware of respiratoiry rate as dogs with megaesophagus are prone to aspiration pneumonia. If breaths per minute increases over normal or chronic coughing occurs, then get an exam from your vet for possible aspiration.

  • In the process of researching supplements for my 13 yo shitzu poodle that was diagnosed with cushings disease in May. I have decided to make his food so want to make sure he gets what he needs. What do you recommend? Thanks!

    Thanks for your question, Jenny! It is wonderful you've decided to make your dog's food, we applaud your decision! We believe homecooking is the best option for pets. When convenience is needed, there are wonderful commercial TCVM foods out there as well. 

    The vendor of Harmonize GI, PET | TAO, has some recipes on their blog you can follow to cook at home for your dog.

    Here's a good article to read to start:

    They even have recipes designed especially for early, mid, and late-stage Cushing's!

    Here's a link to those: