- CategoryNutritional Therapeutics
- SpeciesCanine, Feline
85 g/68 servings
200 g/160 servings
454 g/363 servings
Maximize Nutrition By Improving Nutrient Absorption.
All natural combination of plant derived digestive enzymes in a palatable powder form.
ProZyme® is a convenient and affordable powder developed to help animals digest food needed to support nutritional requirements for normal health.
The four enzymes included in the ProZyme formula address the most common digestive processes:
- Protease breaks down proteins into amino acids
- Lipase breaks down fats for the proper absorption of lipids
- Amylase breaks down carbohydrates
- Cellulase breaks down fiber/cellulose
- Detailed Overview
For oral use as a plant-derived digestive aid enzyme supplement in a palatable powder.
Dosage and Administration
Dosage guidelines can be viewed on the product label and/or product literature. Dosing directions provided are for guidance only. All PRN® Pharmacal products should be administered under the care and supervision of a veterinary professional to ensure the best possible results.
For oral use only. Use under veterinary supervision. Do not use in animals with known hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.
Milk Sugar manufactured from Fresh Whey, Aspergillus Oryzae (Alpha-Amylase) Fermentation Product Dehydrated, Aspergillus ˜iger (Lipase & Cellulase) Fermentation Product Dehydrated, and Bromelain derived from Ananas Comosus (Protease) Dehydrated.
A: All non-ruminant animals.
Q: How long will it take to see results in excessive shedding?
A: PRN has no studies that say that ProZyme reduces excessive shedding. You should see improved health of the animal in as little as 30 days if factors are nutritional and not environmental.
Q: How long do you have to give the animal ProZyme?
A: ProZyme should be a part of every meal for the life of the animal.
Q: Will ProZyme treat pancreatitis?
A: No. ProZyme does not treat, mitigate, or prevent pancreatitis or any other disorder. It is a digestive enzyme, not a drug. ProZyme can be the first choice of veterinarians in situations of diarrhea, flatulence and general bowel concerns.
Q: Does it have an expiration date?
A: There is no required expiration date as long as it is stored as directed.