Rated 4 out of 5 by Judy51 Prozyme has helped my two older German Shorthair Pointers absorb more nutrients from their food.
Even though I feed a premium food, it was going through their systems too quickly for my dogs to absorb all of the nutrients the food has to offer. With Prozyme, their stools have firmed up and they are going less.
July 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 Great Stuff!
We had our previous pet on Prozyme for excessive shedding. (Black Lab, white kitchen floor!) When we got another Lab, we started it right away. The vet commented on his nice coat awhile ago, and when I told him about the Prozyme, he said that was probably why. I think it also helps with odor.
June 16, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 Gassy Dog!!!
I have had my Staffy Bull on Prozyme for a little over a month and he has stayed gas free. I LOVE that we can go on car trips now without having to quickly roll down the windows every 5 mins. We are much happier when company's around and our dog doesn't embarrass us with his "smell". His breath is still bad and I am hoping it will help that as well but so far, no. His coat I guess has a normal dog order till his bath. But over all I am glad I picked this up and I can use it on my cat too!!!!!!
July 24, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 Good alternative to Viokase!
I have a 40 pound corgi who has EPI (exocrine pancreatic insufficiency) He was to be on Viokase for the rest of his life, as it would provide the enzymes he would need to digest food.
i tried this product, prozyme, after an extensive research. I found that I needed to x4 the dosage. Since it is a plant/vegtable derivitive, it seems to be safer than viokase which is essentially a pig pancreas.
Orlando, my corgi, was on 1 tsp per meal of viokase. With Prozyme, i mixed 4 teaspoons and let sit for 10-20 minutes. The first two days I assume his body was just adjusting to the new enzyme. He poop was a bit runny, but by day 3, it was soft, but had a decent shape to it. Day 4, it was getting better progressively.
Viokase costed me 170 dollars a month, viokase was only 50 dollars a month...That is substatial savings. I did speak with my vet, and he basically said if it works, stick with it. Just keep an eye out for regular (as in 4 days) of diarreah with and oily substance with it. That is the tell tale sign he is not digesting his food properly.
If you need anyhelp, feel free to email me for more information, though i am not a vet, I can only tell you what worked and how it worked for my dog.
August 17, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 Excellent supplement for IBS in our Lab
Our black lab has had 9 years of loose stools with no advice from our former vet about how to treat her. Our new vet recommended we try the Prozyme powder. What a difference it has been. We have given the prozyme to her for over 6 months with only a couple of loose stools to contend with. It has really helped our dog situation.
May 31, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 Prozyme Works!
Our twelve year old lab struggled for one year with a smelly, oily, itchy coat. We had multiple vet visits and switched his food to Candidae with no results. I finally started him on Prozyme and his coat is now beautiful, soft, shiny, and odor free! I think the Prozyme finally allowed him to absorb the nutrients in his food that he so desperately needed.
April 12, 2008