Blis K12 probiotic to get ruff ruff test in dogs

Sun, 14 Oct 2012

By Peter Kerr Oct. 15 (BusinessDesk) – Blis Technologies' K12 oral health probiotic proven to crowd out ‘bad’ bacteria in humans is to be tested as a treatment for dog bad breath. The Dunedin-based NZX-listed bioscience company said the recent success of a first phase trial on dogs has encouraged an expanded trial. Blis K12 has already demonstrated its ability to inhibit bacteria responsible for severe bad breath in humans, and has recently been approved by the US Federal Drug Administration as effective and able to have greater label applic...

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