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Enzymes & Probiotics for Dogs & Cats

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Enzymes & Probiotics for Dogs & Cats

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Vet Classics

Recommended To Help Support A Healthy Digestive Tract

Also Recommended To Support:

Changing Diet

After Deworming

After Illness

Available Through Veterinarians Only

Guaranteed Analysis Per 1/4 Rounded Teaspoon (1 gram):

Min.

Crude Fiber (Max)

0.2%

*Alpha-Amylase (Dried Aspergillus oryzae. var. Fermentation Product)

2320 SKBU1

*Lipase (Dried Aspergillus niger var. Fermentation Product)

210 LU2

*Cellulase (Trichoderm Longibrachtium Fermentation Product)

75 CMCU3

*Protease (Papaya)

22,100 PU4

*Bacillus coagulans

100 Million CFU

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog & Cat Food Nutrient Profiles. (All values are minimum unless otherwise stated.)

(1) One SKB unit is defined as the amount of enzyme needed to form 10 mg of reducing sugars from 1% soluble starch solution at ph 5.0 and 40c in 30 minute. (2) One FCC Lipase Unit (LU) is defined as that quantity of enzyme that will liberate the equivalent of one µmule of acid (H+) per minute from the substrate, under the conditions at the assay. The assay is based an a five-minute hydrolysis of an olive oil substrate at pH 6.5 end 30°C. The fatty acids released on hydrolysis of the glycerol esters are determined by titration with sodium hydroxide. (3) One carboxymethyl cellulose unit (CMCU) is that amount of enzyme which liberates one micromole of reducing sugar (expressed as glucose equivalents) in one minute under the conditions of the assay. (4) The activity of bromelain is measured in the FCC PU: the assay of which is based on the hydrolysis of casein. The assay is based on a 60-minute proteolytic hydrolysis of a casein substrate at pH 6.0 and 40°C. One PU (Papain Unit) is defined as that quantity of enzyme that liberates Ma equivalent of 1 µg at tyrosine per hour under the conditions of the assay.

For use in dogs and cats over the age of six weeks.

A concentrated enzyme blend derived from vegetable sources. Contains a source of live/viable naturally-occurring microorganisms recommended to help support a healthy digestive tract.

Feeding Directions: Give at meal time.

Animal Wt.

Amount

Up to 20 lbs.

1/4 teaspoon

21 - 39 lbs.

1/2 teaspoon

40 - 79 lbs.

3/4 teaspoon

80 - 99 lbs.

1 teaspoon

100 lbs. & Over

1-1/4 teaspoons

What Enzymes Do:

Alpha-Amylase will hydrolyze starch. Protease will hydrolyze proteins. Cellulase will break down cellulose. Lipase can hydrolyze triglycerides.

Ingredients:

Fructooligosaccharide, Dried Aspergillus oryzae Fermentation Product, Dried Aspergillus niger Fermentation Solubles, Dried Trichoderma longibrachiatum Fermentation Product, Carica papaya, Dried Bacillus coagulans Fermentation Product and Maltodextrins.

Store in a cool, dry area away from heat or direct sunlight.

100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

Manufactured By: Vet Classics, 27461 Via Industria, CA 92590

888-628-8783

www.vetclassics.com

MADE IN THE USA

with globally sourced ingredients

NET WT.

 

4 OZ. (113 GM)

 

8 OZ. (227 GM)

 

1 LB. (454 GM)

REV. 12/14

NAC No.: 6209008.4

VET CLASSICS
A division of Garmon Corporation

27461 VIA INDUSTRIA, TEMECULA, CA, 92590
Telephone:   951-296-6308
Toll-Free:   888-628-8783
Fax:   951-296-6329
Website:   www.vetclassics.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Enzymes & Probiotics for Dogs & Cats information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the US product label or package insert.

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