Advanced Probiotics & Enzymes Powder

Plus Vet Strength PB6 Probiotic

MSRP: $0.00

Advanced Probiotics & Enzymes Powder with PB6 technology enables beneficial bacteria to travel through the complete GI tract for optimal stomach and intestinal balance. Contains a source of live (viable) naturally occurring microorganisms.
• Great for pets with sensitive stomachs and digestive issues
• Specifically developed to support and balance the total GI environment

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Advanced Probiotics & Enzymes Powder with PB6 technology enables beneficial bacteria to travel through the complete GI tract for optimal stomach and intestinal balance.
• Great for pets with sensitive stomachs and digestive issues
• Specifically developed to support and balance the total GI environment

This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

Guaranteed Analysis per 1/4 Rounded Teaspoon (1.25g):
*alpha-Amylase (Aspergillus oryzae) 2,320 SKBU(1)
*Lipase (Aspergillus niger) 210 LU(2)
*Cellulase (Trichoderma longibrachiatum) 75 CMCU(3)
*Protease (Papaya) 22,100 PU(4)
*Bacillus subtilis (PB6) 1 Billion CFU
*Bacillus coagulans 100 Million CFU
(All values are minimum unless otherwise noted.)
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog and Cat Food Nutrient Profiles.

(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 40 °C in 30 minutes. (2) One FCC Lipase Unit (LU) is defined as that quantity of enzyme that will liberate the equivalent of one µmol of acid (H+) per minute from the substrate, under the conditions of the assay. The assay is based on a five-minute hydrolysis of an olive oil substrate at pH 6.5 and 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 papain is measured in the FCC PU; the assay of which is based on the hydrolysis of casein. This 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 the equivalent of 1µg of tyrosine per hour under the conditions of the assay.

Maltodextrin, Calcium Carbonate, Natural Flavoring, Calcium Sulfate, Fructooligosaccharides, Dried Aspergillus oryzae Fermentation Product, Dried Aspergillus niger Fermentation Solubles, Dried Trichoderma longibrachiatum Fermentation Product, Papaya, Dried Bacillus coagulans Fermentation Product, Dried Bacillus subtilis Fermentation Product, Silica Aerogel.

Calorie Content (Calculated) ME:
2,300 kcal/kg, 2.88 kcal/tsp.

For dogs and cats over the age of 6 weeks. Add 1/4 rounded teaspoon to each cup of dry or wet food. Each 1/4 rounded teaspoon equals 1.25 grams. Give at every feeding.

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14 thoughts on “Advanced Probiotics & Enzymes Powder

  1. What do you mean by the statement “intermittent or supplemental feeding only? Will one chew daily possibly create health problems for a fifteen year-old (15 lb.) and a three year-old (10 lb.) Pomeranian?

  2. Hi Richard. Thank you for your product question. We are bound by two entities who dictate what we can say on our labels. This is a feed product and is governed by AAFCO who does not believe that digestive enzymes are necessary to an animal’s daily health. This is why the statement “for intermittent or supplemental feeding only” is on the label.

  3. What’s the difference between this product and Digestive Enzymes plus. And my dog has epilepsy–is there anything in this that might be an issue for that condition?

  4. Hi Anne. Thank you for your product question. If your dog has epilepsy, please check with your Veterinarian before starting any new supplement. The Advanced Probiotics product has the probiotic PB6 which is stronger then our regular digestive enzymes products.

  5. Hi John. Thank you for your product question. If you have a large or multiple dogs, I believe the powders in the jars is the most economical way to go.

  6. Hi Nydia. Thank you for your product question. We do not manufacturer a stand alone probiotic and we would refer you to your Veterinarian if your dog has been diagnosed with pancreatitis.

  7. Hi,
    I was about to purchase this after reading the ingredients on this page. However, when I looked at the product elsewhere, I saw that the ingredients list was much larger and included foods that my cat is allergic to. Please confirm the correct list. Thank you
    Brewers Dried Yeast, Glycerin, Dried Potato Product, Flaxseed, Lecithin, Canola Oil, Calcium Sulfate, Dried Aspergillus oryzae Fermentation Product, Dried Aspergillus niger Fermentation Solubles, Dried Trichoderma longibrachiatum Fermentation Product, Papaya, Dried Bacillus coagulans Fermentation Product, Fructooligosaccharides, Natural Flavoring, Water, Maltodextrin, Tapioca Starch, Sorbic Acid (a preservative), Dried Bacillus subtilis Fermentation Product, Mixed Tocopherols (a preservative), Vegetable Oil.

  8. Hi Leila. Thank you for your product question. The ingredients you are describing are in our Advanced Probiotics & Enzymes soft chews. The Brewers Dried Yeast, Glycerin, Dried Potato Product, Flaxseed, Lecithin, Canola Oil, Water, Maltodextrin, Tapioca Starch, Sorbic Acid (a preservative) and Vegetable Oil are not in the powdered form.

  9. Hi Leila. The chicken flavoring, or palatant used in our products is made from USDA inspected chicken liver and heart organs. They are “hydrolyzed”, processed and partially digested, leaving very little of the reactive proteins available. By NOT having a full protein mass it can be used in “hypo-allergenic” diets by many major dog food manufacturers.

    It is approximately 2-5% of our total product formula, which means it is far less than one half of 1% of their total diet. Please be sure to discuss with your Veterinarian the source of the chicken flavoring that we use. And when in doubt, with your Veterinarian’s approval, we suggest using a partial dose to observe possible allergic symptoms, and then decide to use or discontinue use.

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