Super Pet Enzymes
Super Pet Enzymes does more for less than any other enzyme product. Super pet Enzymes is the only enzyme formulation to include enzymes for every possible food group: sugars, grains, fibers, milk, meat, broccoli, and more. We also include substantial levels of bromelain and Serrazimes.
Easy to use, just sprinkle on Meals
Gastrointestinal (GI) disorders often have an enzyme deficiency element. Frequent diarrhea and/or vomiting are among the top 5 reasons for vet visits. Left unchecked, they soon become chronic, setting the stage for life-threatening diseases.
Contains high potency, plant based enzymes to digest the full range of foodstuffs. These enzymes digest all food. Milk and milk products, cereal grains, brassicas (broccoli, cauliflower), meats, essentially every food type is covered.
How to Use
Super Pet Enzymes is a powder, packaged in a shaker bottle for easy application. Simply sprinkle it evenly over your pet ‘s food each time you feed. Since there is no toxic dose, adjust the amount until you see positive results.
Always mix enzymes (and all powders) into wet food or add a small amount of liquid when adding to dry food. Animals should not inhale nutritional powders.
While life cannot function properly without an adequate supply of enzymes, and cannot function at all when enzymes are absent, enzymes must only enter the body through the GI tract.
Enzymes are hyperallergenic when inhaled. That is, they are irritating to the lungs.
However, enzymes are hypoallergenic when ingested. That is, they are extremely gentle and beneficial for the entire body, including lung function!
Serrazimes Serrazimes duplicates the action of Serrapeptase and may help to reduce inflammation.
Serrazimes duplicates the action of Serrapeptase. But Serrapeptase is not used in Super Pet Enzymes because it degrades in the strong stomach acid of cats and dogs.
Three Proteases work three different ph points for complete protein digestion. Undigested protein fragments are often at the root of allergic symptoms.
Amylase breaks down starch into di- and tri-saccharides.
Glucoamylase breaks down starch and sugar into free glucose.
Invertase breaks complex sugars into simple sugars.
Alpha-galactosidase breaks down sugars in legumes and vegetables, such as those found in cauliflower, broccoli, and cabbage.
Lactase breaks the lactose bonds found in dairy products. Lactose is the milk element that provokes an allergic reaction.
Acid Maltase and Malt Diastase break down starches, such as pasta, rice and potatoes.
Peptidase breaks peptide bonds in amino acids.
Lipase breaks down lipids and fats.
Bromelain 2400 GDU-Gelatin Digesting Units) is an anti-inflammatory, decongestant, and protein-digesting enzyme. 2400 GDU is the highest potency available. According to MedlinePlus, an online database of scientific studies, bromelain may help treat skin rash, decrease inflammation, regulate the immune system, and have antiviral effects.
Arabinogalactan While Arabinogalactan and its constituent parts are common in nature, the commercial extraction is taken from a Larch tree. It is a water soluble fiber that also enhances immune competence. Arabinogalactan is a long chain polysaccharide containing arabinose and galactose monosaccharides. Arabinogalactan is actively fermented by intestinal microflora and is effective at increasing beneficial anaerobes such as those in Pet Flora.
This complete spectrum of enzymes will help your pet digest the whole range of proteins, carbohydrates and oils found in pet foods. We know when you try Super Pet Enzymes, you will see first hand the heightened effect on the vitality of your pets.
Vitality Science is dedicated to the quality of our products, therefore we hand formulate each product and maintain a C of A (Certificate of Authenticity) for all ingredients. Ingredients are sourced from Germany, Argentina, and United States. We do not use any additives or any substances other than what is on the label. That is, we use no excipients, flowing agents, coloring agents, stabilizers, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, or unnatural substances of any kind.
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Bromelain exhibits a variety of anti-inflammatory actions, including those in the GI tract, and the reduction of tumors (a type of inflammation)
Therapeutic Application of Pineapple Protease
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Proteolytic enzymes, such as those in Super Pet Enzymes, have a long history of therapeutic use, especially in cases of pancreatitis, malabsorption, and other gastrointestinal disorders
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Paula’s cat Nikki was diagnosed with IBS/IBD at age 2-3 years old. She also had symptoms of constipation and vomit containing hairballs.
“Nikki has improved greatly since taking your recommended Pet Flora and Super Pet Enzymes supplements. We feed her Wellness grain-free dry food along with Nature’s Variety Instinct canned food, which she absolutely loves! Her stools are regular and she has vomited only a couple times (no hairballs, though). Nikki is a happy girl once again, and her coat is so soft since using the coconut oil.
Thank you so very much for your dedication to pet health, from pet owners like myself who have become so frustrated and saddened with the treatment choices for our little pets’ chronic conditions. Because Nikki responded so well to your supplements and food choices, we have switched our sheltie, Robbie, to your recommended choices for canned and dry food from your list. He has a history of allergies and itching, so we will be ordering again from your catalog.
Thank you again, Mr. Becker!! My heart sings with joy because Nikki has improved so much!
God bless you and your staff, Mr. Becker!!!!
I wanted to update you on Symon. I took your recommendations and switched his food to Hound & Gatos’s lamb and also incorporated the Super Pet Enzymes. After only two weeks his stool is now almost completely solid! He is definitely a happy camper and so am I.
Unfortunately, we determined that the urinating issue was actually behavioral, but I did use the Uro-Cleanse for a week just to be sure. The product is good to have on hand though, since I have two male cats.
Thank you so much for your personalized service and recommendations. I feel so fortunate to have found Vitality Science and have recommended you to several people. I will continue to use your products to keep my three kitties as healthy as possible.
All my best,”
Greenwood Lake, NY.
Just wanted to give you an update on Gigi. She is the 12 year old Yorkie that has pancreas and liver problems (the vet swore it was cancer – from a sonogram test and not a biopsy – which I refused to put her through.) in addition to this I was also told she has low blood sugar. I am happy to inform you that after having her on the Advanced Immune Restoration, Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C, Super Pet Enzymesand Milk Thistle and SaMe since December…she is doing very good!!!!!!! I am even noticing her starting to gain some weight!!!!! In addition to all of the above she is on a diet of baked chicken breast, string beans and pumpkin. Steve, I am the person whose vet told me to prepare myself to put my dog down. I will never forget how desperate I was when I dialed your telephone number that night back in November. I explained my situation and also stressed that Gigi was not only my companion but also my medical alert dog…and I could not loose Gigi. I was terrified and hysterical. You immediately jumped into action. You calmed me down and set-up a regimen for Gigi. With your knowledge, compassion, products and the intercession of God above…my dog is doing good!!!!! Miracles do come true!!!
Pat Varriale and Gigi
With your sage advice and all of the Vitality Science products that I have been giving Reggie, along with Nature’s Variety wet food and their Raw Boost Freeze Dried Dry food he has begun gaining weight and is finally pretty consistently producing firm bowel movements. He still has his episodes of throwing up and loose bowels occasionally but he is infinitely better than he was a month ago and I’m hopeful he’ll keep improving day by day. I know that IBS can be chronic and very difficult to treat so I’m taking it one day at a time.
So I wanted to say thank you, thank you for working with me to treat him! I can’t guarantee I won’t contact you again regarding Reggie because I’m not taking anything for granted. But I didn’t want to let any more time go by before I thanked you for helping me out.
I’m sending you this message to tell you of Max’s progress. Max has stabilized as of this last week. In the past 2 weeks he has only vomited or passed up hairball’s, only a tablespoon or so of liquid. Since we are getting into the hot weather here in Los Angeles, and expected 104* this weekend, all of our cats have been shedding and licking their coats. I am fully happy with your products. I found that the (Super Pet Enzymes) did the trick, I also use the (Luxolite) at night before bed if he has eaten all his meals and is still hungry. Max is on a (Grain Free) diet, and it seems to be working for him. He has been active and running around and playing with his other cat friends. He has started purring a lot more now. The quality of life has definitely been restored to Max. And I wish to say, Thank you.”
Mary Anne Hartman
West Hills, CA
“My 14 year old poodle is on the Pet Flora and the Super Pet Enzymes. The Pet Flora was a miracle as it literally brought him back from the dead as he had not eaten for months and I was feeding him baby food thru a syringe.”
Chula Vista, CA
A bit of history, about a year ago he had a case of feline anorexia, just stopped eating, we believe a move to a new house caused this. It was looking very grim he was skin and bones, x-rays and blood tests showed nothing but a very high level of bilirubin in his liver, which the vet said is expected when a cat is basically starving. He advised that I really needed to try to get him to eat. After many things tried and not eaten, I tried baby food which he ate a little of, and started eating more little by little until he got back onto the cat food, and then I added some of your products (Pet Flora, Feline Comfort, Vital Pet Lipids, Super Pet Enzymes) and that seems to have brought him back to health. About three months ago I ran out of the Super Pet Enzymes and now just want to check to see what is appropriate to get him at this point. He does eat now normally. His fur is soft and shiny but he hardly sheds, whereas before his anorexia he shed quite a bit (and before I gave him the enzymes).
Thank you for your help.”
San Clemente, CA