|Top Ingredients||Protease, Amylase, Lipase and Cellulase Enzymes (Derived from Aspergillus)...||Dried Chicken Liver, Dicalcium Phosphate, Dried Enterococcus faecium Fermentation Product...||Chicken, Pumpkin, Yogurt||Active Ingredients: (Per 2 Soft Chews) Prebiotics (Fructooligosaccharide Fos) 15 mg, Alpha-Amylase (Dried Aspergillus Oryzae, Var. Fermentation Product) 1160 Skbu 6.767 Grams of Dextrinized Starch/ Min/ Gram Lipase (Dried Aspergillus Niger...||Enzymatic Digest of Chicken and Fish, Chicken, Montmorillonite Clay...|
|Lifestage||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Adult||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Kitten, Adult, Senior|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health||Digestive Health, Immune Support||Digestive Health||Digestive Health||Digestive Health|
|Food Flavor||Unflavored||Chicken||Pumpkin, Yogurt||Unflavored||Poultry, Chicken|
|Food Form||Supplement||Powder||Food Topping||Supplement||Supplement|
|Breed Size||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—||—|
|Special Diet||—||—||Grain-Free, High-Protein, Sensitive Digestion||—||—|
My 10-year-old kitty Red was producing some very smelly poop; this resolved that issue.
Seems to be helping digestion. Less vomiting
I've been giving this to all my cats, for many years. It seems to keep keep their digestive systems in order - that is when they stop eating the plants.
I've been giving this twice a day now for almost 2 years and it works well. Helps them digest their food better. I like Dr. Goodpet products.
I have three cats. I bought this after the oldest and mother to the other two (Grace - 11 years old, almost 12) came down with pancreatitis a second time. The first time had been six months earlier, and at that time, we switched all three cats to raw, homemade food. That initially seemed to work wonders. Then the pancreatitis came back for Grace - lost appetite, throwing up often, loose stool. Diagnosed by vet as either pancreatitis, IBD, or cancer of the small intestine. Either way, treatment was the same. Try a novel protein (their raw food had consisted only of chicken protein for six months), and lower fat diet. I made those changes, switching to raw turkey and duck and rabbit, which I alternated, as well as using less skin. I also stopped feeding her coconut oil, which she begs for. I also tried adding these digestive enzymes. The combination of the three (new protein, less fat, enzymes) has worked beautifully. Our kitty Grace is back to acting like a kitten again and has a wonderful appetite. She has put weight back on. All three cats are doing great. They have healthier coats than ever, and don't throw up often. When they do, it is either from eating too much, grass, or a hairball. Our heaviest kitty, Angelina, is slimming down slowly and looks bright eyed again. She used to have dandruff and has very little now. The kitties also get occasional canned food, Instinct brand, for times when I run out of raw food and need to make more. I mix the enzymes in regardless, and they eat it just fine. FYI, I mix 1/8 teaspoon in because their serving size is 1/4 cup of food, based on the feeding directions on the bottle. I store the enzymes in the fridge.
My cat has malabsorption due to severe food allergies. I tried this hoping it would help her to absorb her food better. It did nothing. I used it for a few months and saw no change in her at all.
To be blunt, one of our seven cats has had intensely stinky poop for years. Over time, adding Dr. Goodpet Digestive Enzymes to his food has made this smelly situation much less intense and much more bearable to the nose!
Our family cat was diagnosed with pancreatitis 18 months ago. In addition, he has an almost life long history of digestive issues which show up as vomiting and diarrhea. With regard to the pancreatitis, the traditionally trained vets have been able to provide us with tools to make our cat (relatively!) comfortable when dealing with an acute bout. However, they haven't addressed the underlying cause of the long term vomiting. So I went searching for answers online and found this product. We sprinkle and blend the suggested amount on to every feeding and it seems to have helped a great deal. No more spits ups!! I never write reviews but I am motivated by our positive experience to share it with others.
Long review ahead but read if your cat has allergies: I’ve been giving this product to my cat since last November to help with diarrhea and vomiting. Long story short it turns out she had different food allergies and after switching foods and adding a probiotic she was fine. I continued adding this b/c I figured it wouldn’t hurt and I just wanted to use up the bottle. Fast forward to two weeks ago, I stopped using this b/c I was just going to give the rest to a friend. Within a week, her coat was dull, rough and falling out like crazy. She was constantly scratching, itching, and chewing her legs and ears. I was trying to think what the cause was since I knew it wasn’t fleas or food related and realized the only thing that changed was I stopped adding this. Within 48 hours of adding this back to her dry food, there was a 80% reduction in itching, scratching etc and her coat was looking much better. After a week it is back to normal. I’ll never be without it!
I had to throw this away and ask for my money back. I will say that my cat tends to be very sensitive to things, so this may not be a normal reaction. But his eyes started watering and he got a lot of congestion which went away when I stopped giving it to him. May not be typical, but mine didn’t react well.