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DOGzyme is an animal specific Probiotic made by Natures Farmacy
Many know that Jeanette was the driving force behind the creation
of Fastrack. DOGzyme is the "next
If you are feeding yogurt because your Dane likes the taste, great
! But if you are doing it for
health reasons, I would really like you and everyone to realize that
1 dose ( ¼ teaspoon ) of DOGzyme probiotic = is equal to 80
cups of yogurt.
Probiotics can only do what they are supposed to do when given in high
enough doses. BILLIONS of colony forming units are needed daily to
keep the gut levels properly populated with good bacteria. BILLIONS
BILLIONS and BILLIONS daily if dog is ill or taking anti-biotics.
There are two items you'll need.
One is a jar of DOGzyme Liquid Dispersible Powder
The dose for a Dane is ¼ teaspoon
sprinkled over the food in EACH meal.
The other item I keep on hand is DOGzyme Canine Gel
.....I give 2cc. twice a week ( it has different probiotics in it )
..... to stop diarrhea give 4cc per meal for 2 or 3 meals, this will
set things back to normal fast ! Then revert to the 4cc weekly.
..... in a BLOAT occurrence, give ½ of the tube on the way
to the Vet, ½ when you arrive.
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These keep the digestive system in optimum condition....and it
passes food along properly.
They also keep the immune system functioning !
Consistent daily use of DOGzyme prevents bloat ! IMO
The digestive tract is the BASIS of the immune system....think
about it....it's the only receptacle for nutrients we put in.
When feeding a RAW diet...it is all the more important to provide
Probiotics to your dog especially in light of the possibility of our
meat supplies being IRRADIATED, because when the
radiation kills off disease-causing bacteria it will also kill off the
good bacteria. This will allow the bad bacteria to multiply even
faster after irradiation because there will not be any good bacteria
left to stop the disease processes.
Also, you must take into consideration the extent that antibiotics
are used to prevent disease in our livestock/food chain. Much of it
remains in the meat after processing !
What are PROBIOTICS / DIGESTIVE ENZYMES ?
Probiotics are " live " beneficial bacteria that contribute
to the optimal health and balance of the intestinal tract.
The word "Probiotics" is Greek in origin and literally means
" pro-life ".
This is the opposite of " Antibiotics " which means
Probiotics are the most important health care products needed for
the 21st Century.
Probiotics are important in keeping your pets healthy.
There are many stories about the bad effects of pathogenic bacteria
and antibiotics on our health. Antibiotic resistance has become a serious
The digestive tract balance can be DISRUPTED by .....
stress / fear
When natural, beneficial bacteria are lost, depleted or missing
from your pet's intestinal tract, serious health problems can result.
When potent Probiotics are fed to your pet, the beneficial bacteria
outgrow the disease causing bacteria on the wall of the intestine,
forcing the bad bacteria off the intestine walls and out of the body.
Giving friendly beneficial bacteria to your pet helps restore the
balance in your pet's intestinal tract to a healthy level and help to
keep disease causing bacteria under control.
"BENEFICIAL BACTERIA" can ............
maintain a healthy balance in the digestive system
counteract antibiotic damage
stimulate digestion (faster nutrient movement)
regulate proper anal gland self-expression
improve proper nutrient absorption
regulate vitamin absorption
support natural resistance to illnesses
support immune system
promote overall and natural health
treat intestinal infections
treat vaginal yeast infections
treat urinary tract infections
get rid of bad breath
improve poor / slow digestion
curb weight loss
improve skin conditions
improve the luster of animal's coats
Giving your pet DOGzyme may mean fewer trips to the vet, better
health, and a longer life span.
You and your dogs health may depend on Probiotics.
IMO - Consistent daily use of DOGzyme also prevents bloat
Dosage is by weight is on the package.
NOTE: Yogurt does NOT provide enough or proper bacteria for dogs.
bacteria in yogurt are of a temporary nature.
NOTE: if giving Probiotics, inform your Vet, as they can affect the
metabolism of some antibiotics.
NOTE: Folks don't seem to understand is that BILLIONS
of good bacteria are needed to be replaced DAILY to maintain and
promote long term health.
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DOGzyme Digestive Enhancer
A Unique Blend of Naturally Occurring Digestive Bacteria, &
Natural Amino Acids and Herbs in a Palatable Base for Canine or Feline
Great for All Breeds
Yeast Culture, Dried Whole Egg, Maltodextrin,
Dried Poultry Liver, Potassium Chloride, Yucca Schidigera, Dried Garlic,
Dried Aspergillus Niger Fermentation Extract, Dried Aspergillus Oryzae
Fermentation Extract, Natural Mixed Tocopheryl (source of preservation
and vitamin E) and Dried Fermentation Products of Lactobacillus Acidophilus,
Bifidobacterium Thermophilum, Bifidobacterium Longum, Enterococcus
Faecium and Bacillus Subtilis.
Crude Protein, min 22.00%
Total Microbial Count 5x10 Colony Forming Units/grams
(lactobacillus Acidophilus, Bifidobacterium Thermophilum, Bifidobacterium
Longum, Enterococcus Faecium and Bacillus Subtitlis)
Crude Fat, min 6.50%
Crude fiber, max 5.00%
Calcium, min 0.75%
Calcium, max 1.00%
Protease 7.500 Protein hydrolyzed/min/gm
Lipase 2,250 Fatty Acids liberated/min/gm
Phosphorus, min 0.60%
Potassium, min 1.00% Starch hydrolyzed/min/gm
a-Galactosidase 5,500 Oligosaccharides hydrolized/min/gm
Cellulase 3,000 Cellulose broken down.min/gm
Pectinase 1,250 Pectin broken/min/gm
Store in a cool, dry place out of reach of children
I have been using this for over a year now, and I find it far superior
to Fastrack. The first thing that happened was ALL farting has
stopped, so have stomach grumbles. No more errping water after drinking.
As good as Fastrack was, I see more improved general health using
Especially when combined with any RAW
MEAT diet, like www.raw4dogs.com