DogZymes Pancreas Support

$54.99 - $399.99
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Enzymatic activity supplied through porcine pancreas powder and fungal enzymes. Complete with beneficial bacteria for optimum digestion.

Guaranteed Analysis Per 2 tsp/5.6 gram dose: Lipase (not less than) 71,400 USP Units Protease (not less than) 388,000 USP Units Amylase (not less than) 460,000 USP Units Organic Milk Thistle 100 mg Organic Yucca Schidigera 100 mg Choline Chloride 45 mg Total Colony Forming Units 21.5 Billion CFU/5.6 gram dose Ingredients: Pancreatin 6X (Animal Pancreatic Tissue), Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Organic Yucca schidigera, Organic Milk Thistle, Choline Chloride, and Dried Fermentation Products of: Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium longum, Enterococcus faecium and Bacillus subtilis. Suggested Usage: In extreme cases of Pancreatitis, it is recommended to add Pancreas Support formula to the food with water 20 minutes before feeding.

For canine and feline use:

1-10 pounds body weight - 1/4 teaspoon per meal

25-50 pounds body weight - 1/2 teaspoon per meal

Over 75 pounds body weight - 1 teaspoon per meal for each 75 pounds

Enclosed scoop holds 1/4 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon

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  • 5
    Saved my EPI dog!

    Posted by Hal C on 20th Aug 2016

    German Shepherd has EPI. He went from 106 down to 79 before I started him on this. Now back to 105. Works great...BUT...VERY EXPENSIVE!

  • 5
    Really Makes a difference!

    Posted by K.B. on 28th Jan 2015

    My dog has chronic pancreatitis and I use this as part of her treatment regimen. The time I forgot to order it, I could tell she was having some problems. As soon as I started her back on Pancreas Support, she went back to feeling fine. Definitely worth the price.

  • 5
    Awesome product!

    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Mar 2014

    This product has greatly helped my dog with chronic pancreatitis. I have even recommended this product to my sister for her dog with chronic pancreatitis. Both dogs are doing well with fewer flares.