Lack Of Digestive Enzymes in Dogs | petMD

Many digestive conditions can be from parasites, bacteria, food allergies or other food sensitivities, your dog and cat can benefit from taking digestive enzymes, fiber, probiotics, and medicinal herbs. Also, simple singular protein diets can help as well. We have the highest quality products for prevention and flare ups that can occur with any digestive conditions.

Many dog supplements are combinations of probiotics, prebiotics and digestive enzymes.

mlp576….it’s interesting to me that you would use this “highly touted” probiotic/whole food supplement but use Pedigree as your food…hmm. I have used lots of different brands of pre/probiotics/enzymes. Some that I like (and I feel worked for my dogs) are:
1. Mercola Probiotics. Their enzymes not so well as they are animal enzymes, which seem to make my dogs have loose stool.
2. Total Biotics and Total Zymes.
3. Naturvet Probiotics and Enzymes with Prebiotics.
4. Holistic Select Solutions.
5. Ark Naturals Gentle Digest – pre/probiotics only. No enzymes.
6. Fresh Digest/Optagest. My favorite product. These have worked the best for my dogs. They contain prebiotics/plant enzymes.
7. Vetri-Science vetri-mega probiotics
8. Geneflora
9. Animal Essentials

Probiotics for Dogs: Digestive Enzymes & Urinary Health | PetSmart

Dogs with EPI cannot make enough digestive enzymes on their own, due to damage to the pancreas. But even dogs that eat other animals do not receive the right amount of enzymes. This is because dogs do not consume the entrails. Some of which contain digestive enzymes.

Digestive Enzymes For Dogs - Doggy's Digest

One of the best sources of enzymes is raw, green tripe. It is rich in enzymes, vitamins, and minerals. The other alternative is feeding your dog whole prey animals. This means including its digestive organs.

Digestive Support & Enzymes for Dogs and Cats- 1800PetMeds