Feline Digestive Enzymes™
and more veterinarians and cat nutrition experts are finding our
cats deficient in digestive enzymes.
Veterinarians report a wide range of improvements, including healthier hair coat and skin, more resistance to illness, more vigor and mobility, and maintenance of good body weight.
They are increasingly recommending digestive enzyme supplements for bowel disease, digestive irregularities, chronic diarrhea, etc.
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Dr. Goodpet's Feline
Enzymes are made from natural plant sources,
shown by research to be highly effective, less costly,
and with a wider range of activity than animal-based
enzyme supplements. Research also shows a strong link
between enzyme deficiency and disease. . Enzymes
are particularly beneficial for older animals who
often slowdown in their natural ability to produce digestive
Dosage: 1/2 teaspoon (875 mg) per cup of food. Each
4 oz. contains 64 teaspoons.
Goodpet's Feline Enzymes
are recommended in Anitra Frazier's Natural
Cat Book and in Dr. Al Plechner's Pet
Allergies: Remedies for an Epidemic and in Diane
Stein's The New Natural Cat.
Per 1750 mg (one tsp)
Protease 16000 HUT Amylase 2000 DU Lipase
36.14 LU Acidophilus 100 mill CFU
Cellulase 12 CU
All Dr. Goodpet products are made with
human grade ingredients
PRODUCT HAS A NEUTRAL TASTE AND ODOR. ALL CATS WILL
ACCEPT IT IF MIXED THOROUGHLY INTO FOOD.