What Are Enzymes?

Digestive enzymes are substances that nature put into the bodies of our pets (and our own bodies) to unlock the nutrition contained in food. Almost every process that goes on in the body requires enzymes. Enzymes are also found in plants and raw foods, in their natural state, to aid the body produced enzymes in doing their jobs.

Enzymes are especially important for our pets because they rarely eat anything in its natural state. Processed pet food contains no digestive enzymes because the enzymes are destroyed by the cooking and heating required in the manufacturing process. Since cooking kills the enzymes, there is nothing in your pets' food to help liberate the food's nutritional value.

Enzymes are catalysts for every process in the body. Whether it is weight loss, eliminating high cholesterol, breaking down excess protein in tumors, or treating digestive problems.

Benefits of Enzymes

Common uses of digestive enzymes in pets include:

  • Aid in the absorption of essential nutrients and fatty acids supplied in most pet foods
  • Treatment of immune or digestive disorders
  • Poor coat or excessive shedding
  • Skin problems
  • Joint difficulties
  • Weight problems
  • Allergies, lethargy
  • Bloating, Flatulence & Coprophagia
  • Enables the body to obtain nutrients from food. Therefore, without digestive enzymes even the most nutritious foods will not be of any use to the body. Pet's diets (full of processed food and foods unnatural to them) strain the digestive system, making the addition of digestive enzymes even more important.

Available in: 120 & 250 Chewable Beef & Cheese Flavored Tablets

Amylase 10M u/g…………….. 200mg
Lipase 10M u/g……………….. 20mg
Cellulase1M u/g……………… 50mg
Protease 1M u/g………………. 8mg

Brewer's Yeast, Liver, Cellulose, Lactose, Stearic Acid, Silicon Dioxide Magnesium Stearate

How To Use?

Feed pet 1 DigestAble Chewable Tablet per cup of food prior to each meal. Tablets can be fed as treats or crumbled up and mixed in with food.
Dosage can be doubled for older companion animals


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