Rx Vitamins Rx Zyme for Pets Powder 120 г
Rx Vitamins, Рx Зуме фор Петс Паувдер, Rx Zyme for Pets Powder, 120 г
Rx Zyme Powder by Rx Vitamins for Pets could potentially act to maintain optimal digestive function in dogs and cats.
First‚ every serving of Rx Zyme Powder provides digestive enzymes like lipase‚ protease‚ and amylase that may work to break down fats‚ proteins‚ and carbohydrates. As a result‚ this product may help address certain symptoms associated with gastrointestinal discomfort‚ including mild constipation‚ bloating‚ or gas. In addition‚ these enzymes may work to encourage the digestion of essential nutrients.
This Rx Vitamins for Pets supplement also contains arabinogalactan‚ glutamine‚ and other ingredients that might act to preserve the mucosal barrier in your pet’s GI tract.
Last‚ Rx Zyme Powder is versatile; specifically‚ it’s easy to mix with your pet’s favorite dog or cat food.
The recommended serving size for cats and small dogs is one scoop (one-fourth of a teaspoon) of Rx Vitamins for Pets’ Rx Zyme Powder with each meal‚ while the standard serving size for dogs over 15 pounds is one scoop with each cup of food.
- MFG # 8440
- UPC # 708429084402
Active Ingredients Per 1 scoop:
N-Zyme Proprietary Blend 58 mg
Amylase 4000 DU
Protease 4.5 10‚000 HUT
Alpha-galactosidase 50 Gal U
Phytase 5 FTU
Lipase 100 FIP
Lysozyme (from egg white) 2000 MCG
Cellulase 100 CU
Lecithin Granules 450 mg.
L-Glutamine 450 mg.
Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) 175 mg.
Larch Arabinogalactan 175 mg.
L-Taurine 100 mg.
Cinnamon Powder 100 mg.
Inactive Ingredients: None
Cats and small dogs: 1 scoop (1/4 teaspoon) mixed in each meal.
Dogs> 15 lbs.: 1 scoop (1/4 teaspoon) mixed in each 1 cup of food fed each meal.
For animal use only.
An examination from a veterinarian is recommended prior to using this product.
Keep out if reach of children and other animals. In case of accidental overdose‚ contact a health professional immediately.
Do not use if tamper-seal is broken or missing.
Store at room temperature out of direct sunlight.
Safe in animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal's condition worsens or does not improve‚ stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.