Bio Case V Powder, 12 oz
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Digestive aid for dogs and cats with EPI
Bio Case V Powder, 12 oz is a digestive aid supplement for dogs and cats with exocrine pancreatic enzyme insufficiency. Bio Case V replaces those missing digestive enzymes so your pet can properly digest and absorb nutrients from food. Comparable to Viokase-V.
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Bio Case V Powder, 12 oz Customer Reviews
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 3
Purchased this product based on my vet's recommendation since our GSD was diagnosed with antibiotic responsive diarrhea with a low pancreatic enzyme level. We are testing this to see if this might help her. I wanted the product in the plastic tub vs the zip pouch. Delivery was fast and purchase was easy. If this works well, will definitely be re-ordering.
We've only been using the product for two weeks, so its a bit too soon to judge progress, however our Greyhound's appetite remains very good and he has no problem digesting or keeping the food down. By the end of the month we hope to see some weight gain and much firmer stools. We're still experimenting with a variety of foods for him. We, too, are grateful the price of the product is within budget because we know he'll be on this for the rest of his life.
Wow, big savings and works just as well as the expensive brands
Have been using it for about a month and there is no difference between this and the expensive brand name items, except a big savings.
- Digestive aid for pets with exocrine pancreatic insufficiency
- Pancreatic enzyme concentrate of porcine origin
- Helps prevent malnutrition by aiding digestion and absorption of basic nutrients
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