Canine Digestive Enzymes™
"Top Pick" Whole Dog Journal, May 1998
Even when we feed our dogs the best possible diet and provide vitamin and mineral supplements, many animals still do not attain the anticipated level of health.
The reason could be a deficiency of digestive enzymes.
Veterinarians and pet nutritionists often find such deficiencies and recommend digestive enzyme supplements. By aiding in the breakdown of food, these supplements help animals absorb more nutrients from their diet.
The results, according to the experts, include improved hair
coat and skin, resistance
to illness, vigor and mobility, and maintenance of good body
supplements such as Viokase® and Pancreazyme® can cost
up to 10 times more!
Research shows a strong link between enzyme deficiency and disease.
Some typical signs to look for are unusual odor or consistency
of the stool, animals who eat their own feces and animals who
are clearly underweight despite big appetites.
Digestive Enzymes can be used instead of more expensive animal
based pancreatic enzyme supplements for many digestive problems
such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Pancreatic Enzyme Insufficiency
from natural plant sources and come in a 7 oz. container of
powder that can be sprinkled on your pet's food.
is the enzyme that breaks down protein. Amylase works on carbohydrates
and lipase on fat. Shown by research to be highly effective,
less costly, and with a wider range of activity than animal-based
enzyme supplements. For more technical information see Microbial vs animal
Daily Dosage: 1/2 teaspoon (875 mg) per cup of food. Each 7
oz. contains 112 teaspoons.
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Each 1750 mg (one teaspoon) contains:
Protease 16666 HUT Amylase 2000 DU Acidophilus
66 mill Lipase 8.02 IU Cellulase 9 CU
All Dr Goodpet products are made with human
This product is a crystalline powder that
has a neutral taste and no odor.