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 weight. 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.
Canine 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. Dr. Goodpet's Canine Enzymes are made from natural
plant sources and come in a 7 oz. container of powder that can be
sprinkled on your dog’s food. Protease 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. Just
sprinkle ½ teaspoon of powder per cup of food to give your dog a
significant dose of digestive enzymes that could be very beneficial
to their health. $21.99 per container.
Ingredients: Beet root fiber, protease, amylase,
lipase and cellulase enzymes derived from aspergillus,
lactobacillus acidophilus. Contains no sugar, yeast, preservatives,
artificial coloring, flavoring or chemical
Serving size – 1 tsp.
Servings per container – 112
Protease – 16,666 HUT
Amylase – 2,000 DU
Lipase – 8.02 LU
Lactobacillus acidophilus – 66 Mill CFU
Cellulase – 9 CU
From Daniel Shaner of Englewood, Ohio on 5/24/2010.
My german Shephard dog has Pancreas enzyme insufficiency. Which means I need to put an enzyme on his food for him. The Rx version is made from pork pancreas. Guess who is allergic to pork! I found this plant version and it seems to be working fine. In my dogs case, he has to have this to be able to digest the proteins, carbs and fats. Thanks for a great product!
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