Syner-G® Digestive Enzyme Supplement assists in digestion and normal nutrient absorption in your pet's body. It also supports healthy digestion so that your pet can avoid occasional gastric distress with the added benefits for skin health. The soy based beef flavor of these chewable tablets make it easy to give your pet while you help support their regular digestion functions and help maintain a healthy intestinal tract, because Syner-G promotes intestinal well being.
Syner-G is a plant derived food enzyme supplement utilizing a proprietary formulation of specially cultured enzymes to hydrolyze starches, proteins, and triglycerides to break down cellulose. The breaking down of these compounds helps your pet's body assimilate essential nutrients. This enzyme supplement is a great way to ensure good health. Syner-G Digestive Enzymes is for dogs and cats only.
Guaranteed Analysis per (Tablet): (All values are minimum quantities unless otherwise stated.)
Crude Protein (min)
Crude Fat (min)
Crude Fiber (max)
*Alpha-Amylase (Aspergillus Oryzae var.)
*Lipase (Rhizopus Oryzae var.)
*Cellulase (Trichoderma Reesei var.)
*Protease (Aspergillus Oryzae var.)
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.
aContains a source of AlphaâAmylase which can hydrolyze starch. 1 USP Unit decomposes starch at an initial rate such that 0.16 ug Eq of glycosidic linkage is hydrolyzed per min under standard conditions of the assay.
bContains a source of Lipase which can hydrolyze triglycerides. One Lipase Unit (FCC III LU) is that amount of enzyme activity that will liberate the equivalent of one (1) micromole of acid (H+) perm minute under the conditions of the Food Chemicals Codex, Third Edition (1981), Lipase Activity Procedure (Vri 547.001).
cContains a source of Cellulase which breaks down cellulose. One Cellulase Unit (CU) is that amount of enzyme activity that will change the relative fluidity of a defined sodium carboxymethylcellullose substrate by one (1), in five (5) minutes, under the conditions of the Cellulase Assay (Vri 400.13).
dContains a source of Protease which can hydrolyze protein. 1 GDU hydrolyzes 1 mg of amino nitrogen from gelatin in 20 min at pH 4.5 at 45 Â°C.
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4.62 rating based on 8 reviews
Really helps by Judy05/21/2008
Syner-g works pretty good. Our Lab RowRow had bad gas and now it's got way better and he's only been using syner-g for about a week. Thanks guys! Will definitely buy again.
Good product by Becky from Vancouver WA03/28/2014
Both my dogs like the Syner-G Digestive Enzymes. I just add to their food... Works great!
Good price too.
Par for the course.... by V. Ballinger01/18/2012
We have tried pineapple, meat tenderizer, and now this product. DOESN'T WORK! Our dog is still eating our other 2 dogs pooh, but not his own. Very odd.
Stops stool eating habit by Cindy from Silverdale, WA07/01/2014
I feed to all 10 dogs and within days the dogs quit the fecal eating issue.
Syner-G for all the pets by Bev12/10/2012
I have given this product to our 4 furry loves.. We have two cats and two small dogs. As puppies will our youngest still wanted to mess in the cat's litter box. Not only being a great digestive assist, the Syner-G also aids in ending the nasty habit of coprophagy (stool eating).
Works well by JenK from Michigan09/24/2013
My youngest dog has had a sensitive stomach since he was a puppy. Using Syner-G with each meal has really helped to reduce those issues.
Great Product Ever! by Mina from The Shore09/09/2011
OMG I love this product! It also helped prevent stool eating! I definitely recommend this product. Thank you.
Works for my Labrador by Brandy from Goshen, NY06/09/2014
This definitely helps my Lab with her stomach issues. I had ran out of it and about a week later she was having gas issues again. So This very much helps her. As soon as she got back on it the gas issues went away.
Cat with IBS symptoms by PJ04/10/2013
I adopted a long-term shelter cat with IBS symptoms. The digestive enzymes are part of her maintenance and she finds them delicious!