The enhanced bioavailability and superior assimilation of the vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, and other vital nutrients as a result of adding PROZYMEŽ to the food, is beneficial for pets of all ages, especially older ones; particularly those experiencing problems which benefit from increased nutritional absorption.
Prescribed by my vet a number of years ago for my Basset. He was diagnosed with pancreatitis originally. Prozyme has been part of his treatment since the start. He is better now, but seems to be left with chronic GI issues. Part of his normal routine is Prozyme with every meal. As long as the routine is maintained he's a happy boy
pancreatic enzymes by D. Neikirk02/15/2010
When my vet suggested the $150 porcine pancreatic enzymes to help my GSD's low normal pancreatic enzyme levels, I decided to do a little research. Poor doggie had runny stools, and one night actually got me up over 10 times (I lost count at 10) to go outside. God bless him for waking me up and not going in the house! But he must have been so very uncomfortable. Prozyme had good reviews, and was the least expensive, so I decided to try it first. It cleared up the problem, and now my sweet little rescue boy is digesting his food properly and getting the nutrition he needs. He was also very skinny when I adopted him from the Westside German Shepherd Rescue group, and he's now put on a few pounds, and looks terrific. GSDs (German Shepherd Dogs) in particular suffer from pancreatic insufficiency, so this is a shout out to all you Shepherd lovers - at least try this first. When my dog's happy, I'm happy! One note: It's in a milk sugar base, so if your pup is allergic to dairy, this may not work well.
6-PACK Prozyme (2724 gm) by MJMC from Hanover, PA08/01/2013
Seems to work for my Irish Setter, but no for the Saints.