Pancrezyme Pancreas Supplement Powder
Pancrezyme Pancreas Supplement Powder
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For use in animals with Pancreatic Insufficiency Disorder (PID)
Restores pet to healthy weight
FDA-approved for use in cats and dogs

Pancrezyme Pancreas Supplement Powder

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At a Glance
For use in animals with Pancreatic Insufficiency Disorder (PID)
Restores pet to healthy weight
FDA-approved for use in cats and dogs

Pancrezyme is an enzymatic concentrate derived from porcine pancreas containing standardized lipase, protease and amylase plus esterasese, peptidases, nucleases amd elastase. It is used as a digestive aid in dogs and cats that do not adequately break down protein, carbohydrates, and fat because of an insufficiency of enzymes produced by the pancreas.

What Is Pancrezyme Used For?
Answer

Pancrezyme Pancreas Supplement Powder helps the body to break down the food, followed by its digestion. The use of natural substances forms the base for the digestive enzymes that are part of this medication. The administration of this medication happens when the pancreas is unable to release the requisite amount of digestive enzymes for your petโ€™s normal digestive process.

What Is in Pancrelipase?
Answer

The combination of three enzymes or proteins that are produced by the pancreas is cumulatively termed pancrelipase. The enzymes or protein forms that are part of the pancrelipase are amylase, protease, and lipase. These enzymes help in the digestion process and the pancreas releases these enzymes in the gut to facilitate the same. External administration of medication that has such enzymes is done when the pancreas is unable to do the same.

Which Are Pancreatic Enzymes?
Answer

The pancreatic enzymes or enzymes made by the pancreas for the digestion of food are lipase, protease, and amylase.

How Do You Take Pancrezyme?
Answer

Administration of ¾ to 1 teaspoonful Pancrezyme with each meal is recommended for adult dogs. The adult cats need ¼ to ¾ teaspoonfuls of Pancrezyme with each meal. The enzyme should be mixed well with moistened food. The food should be kept at room temperatures for 15-20 minutes before you feed it to your pet. 3 times frequent feeding daily is crucial. Consult your veterinarian before starting the dosage or for any addition or alteration of the medication.

Who Needs Pancrezyme?
Answer

Pancrezyme aids those pets who have a condition that affects their pancreas (it is a gland that produces important aids, such as enzymes that help in digestion). Pancrezyme helps the body to break down the food, followed by its digestion. The use of natural substances forms the base for the digestive enzymes that are part of this medication. The administration of this medication happens when the pancreas is unable to release the requisite amount of digestive enzymes for your petโ€™s normal digestive process.

What Does Pancrezyme Do to Your Pet's Body?
Answer

Pancrezyme helps in the digestion of starches, protein, and fat in your petโ€™s body with the help of digestive enzymes like lipases, proteases, and amylases

What Is an EPI in a Dog?
Answer

The insufficient secretion and synthesis of the digestive enzymes by the exocrine pancreas causes a syndrome known as Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (EPI). Though occurrences of EPI are less common in pets, it is only second to pancreatitis in both species.

What Are the Side Effects of Pancrezyme?
Answer

Administration of Pancrezyme has been found to be safe among both the species of pets - i.e. the cats and dogs. There are a few side effects like other drugs that some of them may experience - vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, constipation, cough, headache, gas, or abdominal pain. If any of the above signs are observed in your dog, consult a veterinarian immediately.

What Are the Symptoms of EPI?
Answer

The symptoms of EPI or Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency may include - weight loss, diarrhea, foul-smelling or greasy stools, gas and bloating, and stomach ache. Please contact your petโ€™s veterinarian immediately if you observe any of the above.

How Can I Treat My Dogs EPI at Home?
Answer

The administration of supplementary pancreatic enzymes with the use of products like Pancrezyme and a low-fat, highly digestible diet can help stabilize the condition of your pet. If further ailments like Hypocobalaminemia are observed, administration of vitamin B12 may be considered by the veterinarians.

What Does EPI Poop Look Like?
Answer

EPI or Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency poops are foul-smelling and greasy stools. The food often passes through the digestive tract undigested, oily, or greasy-looking stools may be contributed by the undigested fats. The stools may also have a foul smell or float. The greasy potty may not be observed in all cases. It is recommended to have your dog checked up regularly to avoid such situations.

How do you test for EPI?
Answer

EPI or Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency is diagnosed with the help of 3 main tests: Fecal elastase test - it measures the amount of elastase in the stool. Elastase is an enzyme produced by the pancreas. Fecal fat test - it measures the amount of fat in your petโ€™s stool or direct pancreatic function test.

What are the symptoms of your petโ€™s pancreas not working properly?
Answer

The signs of pancreatitis may vary. Acute pancreatitis may show signs of - vomiting, abdominal pain, fever, nausea. .etc. Chronic pancreatitis may show signs of weight loss, abdominal pain, and oily smelly stools. Please contact your petโ€™s veterinarian for the identification and treatment of each of the above two ailments.

Lipase, Protease, Amylase

Other ingredients: Esterases, peptidases, nucleases and elastase

Pancrezyme is a concentrate derived from whole raw pancreas of porcine origin, and therefore should not be given to pets allergic to pork. Pet owners should avoid inhaling the powder since it can irritate the mouth. If any of the following side effects occur, stop giving Pancrezyme and seek emergency veterinary medical attention: hives, difficulty breathing, swelling (lips, tongue, or face). Other side effects may also occur.

Available in 8 and 12 oz. bottles of powder.

Suggested dosage: Dogs 3/4-1 teaspoonful for adult dogs with each meal. Cats 1/4-3/4 teaspoonful for adult cats with each meal. Mix well with moistened food (canned or dry) and let stand at room temperature for 15-20 minutes before feeding. Frequent feeding, at least 3 times daily is important.

Store at room temperature, away from moisture and heat.

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