Pancreatic enzymes for dogs and cats
Pancrezyme Powder, 8 oz is a digestive aid supplement for dogs and cats with exocrine pancreatic enzyme insufficiency. Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (EPI) is when your dog or cat doesn't have the ability to digest food because they lack certain digestive enzymes produced by the pancreas. Pancrezyme pet med replaces those missing digestive enzymes so your pet can properly digest and absorb nutrients from food.
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Pancrezyme Powder, 8 oz Customer Reviews
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Customer Reviews: 4
My dog has pancreatic insufficiency. This product was substituted as a generic form of another product. It works very well and the price savings is helpful too.
It arrives as promised, usually within a week to 10 days.
This product is a life saver for my Carin Terrier. The price is much less than going thru my vets online pharmacy. The ordering and shipping process is great and has always arrived on a timely fashion. I will continue to order with VetDepot.
Much cheaper from Vet Depot.
Pancrezyme costs about 50 dollars more when I get it from my vet. This adds up quickly and I'm saving hundreds and hundreds of dollars each year by buying it through Vet Depot now.
As you know , my cocker will be on this for exocrine pancreatic disorder forever. It does require a prescription, and you all keep good track of that. When I order a refill, it is here almost immediately!
- Digestive aid for pets with exocrine pancreatic insufficiency
- Comparable to PancreVed digestive aids
- Enables pets to digest food and absorb nutrients properly
- Contains lipase, protease, and amylase digestive enzymes
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