HEALTHY DIGESTION FOR YOUR PETS!
Enzymes for pets help with;
Cats benefit greatly using digestive enzymes too!
A growing number of vets are stating that cooked or processed pet food is the main cause of illness and premature death in the modern house pet!
For complete digestion you must include all the different enzymes in a product to digest each type of food ingredient.
NEW! Total-Zymes® is the only one on the market with this great diverse formula.
The digestive system is the first line of defense for the immune system; keeping it in optimal condition benefits overall health and immunity. Probiotics and enzymes are often used to help occasional diarrhea, flatulence and foul smelling stools, and probiotics are absolutely essential for any animal receiving antibiotics or any other prescription drugs that deplete intestinal flora.
By using a supplemental enzyme on your pets food you free up their body's digestive system. When enzymes are missing from your pets food, the full burden of digestion falls on the pets own digestive system..
Cooked and processed food can deplete your pet of much needed enzymes. This can also strain the pancreas
Same great formula with 2 new enzymes for complete digestion!
Why Choose NWC Naturals® pet Products...
They have been helping pets for over 9 years. Family Owned.
Is sold on the internet, pet stores, vets, animal clinics and exported around the world.
They have the reputation of being top quality and with very high standards.
That is why we at Enzymes4pets.com sell NWC Naturals® Pet Products
Total-Zymes® Is made in a facility that is certified by NSF International and is in full compliance with GMP Requirements for Dietary Supplements.
Also a third party testing lab that insures that all the quality ingredients are tested and retested for purity and quality.
All NWC Naturals® products are Made and bottled in a USA facility.
Domestic dogs and cats are meat eaters by nature. Their ancestors lived off fresh meat rich in enzymes and complex nutrients. They supplemented their food by eating grass and dirt which were teaming with digestive aids that helped break down and process the food. Dry and canned pet foods are void of essential nutrients and digestive enzymes.
We always advise that you do not give your pets sugar but there is a lot of hidden sugars and dairy you sometimes do not know about in that cute little doggie and kitty cake and cookies.
Many good pet food companies put a lot of though and really good ingredients but by not digesting it, the pet does not get full benefit on the food you just spend a lot of money for. This can overwork the pancreas, stress their immune system, and weaken their overall health.
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Why do probiotics or enzymes sometimes cause nausea or vomiting?
When the health of an animal has been compromised for some time, things can start out worse before getting better. This is sometimes called a "cleansing" or a "healing crisis". Experiencing digestive upset with probiotic or enzymes use is most likely caused by the feeding of poor quality commercial pet food that is hard to break down and digest. What happens is the food you feed them moves slowly through the intestines allowing some fecal plaque to adhere to your dog's intestinal walls. Once it gets a toehold, it may thicken over time. Even fairly young animals can experience some blockage as a result of this build up. Probiotics and enzymes will slowly begin to dissolve the fecal matter, and during this clearing/cleansing process, pathogens and microbes that were covered up with layers of fecal matter will be exposed and can cause episodes of diarrhea or vomiting. Depending on the buildup, it may take a few months before it is completely removed. To help restore your animal's health and happiness we suggest a healthier, more digestible diet and reducing the dosage of probiotics and enzymes to a level tolerated by your animal, building back up gradually as your animal begins to feel better.