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Thomas Labs Bio Case Pancreatic Support Dog & Cat Supplement

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Description

Help your furry friend’s digestion with Bio Case Enzyme Therapy Dog & Cat Capsules from Thomas Labs. This digestive supplement contains high levels of enzymes that assist in the digestion of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. In a pillable capsule, it also helps with the absorption of nutrients in your paw-tner’s digestive system, so he gets the nutrients he needs from his food. Get your playmate back on track with Thomas Labs Bio Case Enzyme Therapy Dog & Cat Capsules.

Key Benefits
  • Digestive supplement that supports enzyme replacement needs in dogs and cats.
  • Contains high levels of enzymes to benefit the pancreas.
  • Assists in the digestion of carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
  • Helps the absorption of nutrients in your furry friend’s digestive system.
  • For use in pets that require high enzyme supplementation.

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  • Item Number
    162328
  • Lifestage
    Adult, Puppy, Kitten, Senior
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds, Giant Breeds, Extra Small & Toy Breeds
  • Food Form
    Supplement
  • Product Form
    Capsule
Ingredients

Dried Porcine Pancreas, Gelatin, Water.

Caloric Content

3,389 kcal/kg; 9.49 kcal/scoop

1.42 kcal/capsule

Guaranteed Analysis
Lipase9,000 UPS min
Alpha-Amylase64,000 USP min
Protease57,000 min
FAQ

Why should I include vitamins & supplements in my pet’s diet?

Most commercial pet foods include baseline vitamins and nutrients, but some may not have the adequate amount to suit your pet’s exact health needs. Like in humans, vitamins and supplements can help support your pet’s long-term health, regulating everything from digestion to muscle growth. Consult your veterinarian to determine the best vitamins and supplements for your furry friend.

How often should I give this supplement to my pet?

It is recommended to give the suggested dosage based off your pet’s weight. Please refer to the Feeding Instructions tab and consult with your veterinarian for more information.

Is this supplement safe to use with the medication my pet is currently taking?

If your pet has a medical condition and is taking other medication, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian to ensure that this supplement is safe to use.

My pet is allergic to certain ingredients, will this product be safe to use?

For a complete list of ingredients, click on the 'Nutritional Info' tab, next to the 'Description' tab, just under the product photos. If you are unsure about the safety of this product for your pet, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian.

Does this product come in other product forms?

For a complete assortment of products by the manufacturer of this supplement, click on the link next to the item name at the top of the page. You can also find an assortment of supplements across all product forms on our page.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    amazing results so far

    By GSD2 on Feb 16, 2022

    We have a 4 y/o GSD He went from a happy 64 lb dog to a skinny 40 lbs in two months barely eating weak and barely could go on walks . It was heartbreaking and took him to the vet. he had pancreatitis. After vet did the test and the issue was gone we thought we were in the clear. He’s on special food to gain weight but still remained at 40 lbs . Apparently this is a common health issue in GSD. Vet said it may be epi (exocrine pancreatic insufficiency) which can happen after episode of pancreatitis in a GSD. It’s when the body is not absorbing the protein and nutrients it needs to help him gain weight. At the moment cannot afford the series of tests to tell me that he has epi and be put on medication We have a 4 y/o GSD He went from a happy 64 lb dog to a skinny 40 lbs in two months barely eating weak and barely could go on walks . It was heartbreaking and took him to the vet. he had pancreatitis. After vet did the test and the issue was gone we thought we were in the clear. He’s on special food to gain weight but still remained at 40 lbs . Apparently this is a common health issue in GSD. Vet said it may be epi (exocrine pancreatic insufficiency) which can happen after episode of pancreatitis in a GSD. It’s when the body is not absorbing the protein and nutrients it needs to help him gain weight. At the moment cannot afford the series of tests to tell me that he has epi and be put on medication for the rest of his life. So I researched and came across this product. I ordered it immediately and it arrived quicker than the 1-3 days shipping…so immediately I opened a bottle and began sprinkling it on his food and mixing it well and in a 48 hr time frame He’s eating all his food in the bowl has so much energy for walks . It’s amazing to see the transformation in such a little Amt of time. Now I’m going to keep ordering this product and put it on auto shipping Only down side is 6-7 capsules has to be used with each meal Thank you for helping my German Shepherd Hero. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Thomas labs bio case pancreatic supplement

    By Sandy on Mar 18, 2022

    Great stuff! I highly recommend this! So much more affordable than Panakare plus and it seems like same ingredients

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Works Wonders

    By SandyL on Sep 25, 2021

    I was amazed that this product actually works! My 8 year old GSD has had loose stools/diarrhea on and off for what seems like years. He was never underweight, but always extremely hungry, and gassy no matter what I fed him. The vet did all the regular testing and started with a grain-free diet. It seemed to have worked for a short period of time then stopped, so I switched foods, same result. Then I went through multiple antibiotics, Tylosin, etc. that initially helped, but again stopped working eventually. After many tests, the vet mentioned EPI and said she could test for it for X amount of $$. At this point, I had just started him on prescription dog food. I was frustrated, and had spent I was amazed that this product actually works! My 8 year old GSD has had loose stools/diarrhea on and off for what seems like years. He was never underweight, but always extremely hungry, and gassy no matter what I fed him. The vet did all the regular testing and started with a grain-free diet. It seemed to have worked for a short period of time then stopped, so I switched foods, same result. Then I went through multiple antibiotics, Tylosin, etc. that initially helped, but again stopped working eventually. After many tests, the vet mentioned EPI and said she could test for it for X amount of $$. At this point, I had just started him on prescription dog food. I was frustrated, and had spent a ton of money on food, medication and vet bills and no change. So, I did some research and came across this product and WOW, the change in a few days was amazing! I took anther reviewers suggestion and gradually started him on Eagle Pack Reduced Fat Adult Dry Dog Food (found on Chewy) in addition to the enzymes and he now has firm, normal stools! … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    exp date 02/2022

    By badexpdate on Feb 7, 2022

    exp date 02/2022. almost overdate items. Why you still let the products on sale?

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Cat has Pancreatic issue

    By CatMomma on Apr 11, 2021

    Started giving this to my cat and within a few doses I noticed a difference in his attitude towards his food and the litterbox. Showed it to my vet and he really seemed to like it and wrote the information down to recommend to others.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Helping my chihuahua

    By Dogmom on Feb 4, 2021

    My chi mix got diagnosed with pancreatitis after she wouldn’t stop vomiting for weeks. So we put her on a low cal diet which helped but she was still vomiting a little if she even got a tiny bit of turkey or chicken. I read reviews about these pills and gave it a try and it has been great. She gets half a pill sprinkled on her food twice a day ( she’s about 7lb) and she hasn’t vomited since.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Recommended by my Vet

    By chrism on Mar 7, 2021

    My dog was diagnosed with Pancreatic enzyme deficiency after months on and off vommiting and weight loss. I was prescribed this along with medication, after finishing the medication this kept her able to eat and digest her food for the last two months. It really works!

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    bad smell /bad taste

    By Kathy on Nov 3, 2020

    I have a small dog with chronic pancreatitis so i have to break open these huge capsules to get them into her. Have tried mixing them in her food but they smell so bad that did not work. Tried mixing them in treats but apparently they taste like they smell so a waste of money for us as I can't get them in her.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    No Change.

    By MMMM on Feb 10, 2021

    No effect whatsoever. None. Zip. Nada. Zero. Nothing.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    So far, so good

    By Toni on Apr 28, 2020 top1000Contributor

    My 15-year old cat has been diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease. He went from 19.5 lbs down to 10.5 lbs. A six-week course of prednisolone and weekly B12 shots seems to have stabalized him, but a two -week course of kitty fecal transplant supplements (same treatment they use in humans with c-diff, but in capsule form) really put him on the road to recovery. Although most of his gut symptoms (and vomitting and diarreaha) have resolved, he still is way too thin. He has had two bouts of pancreatitis in the past and that made me suspect he may not be making digestive enzymes (he eats A LOT, but doesn't seem to absorb the nutrients - poops are too big). Haven't had him officially tested My 15-year old cat has been diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease. He went from 19.5 lbs down to 10.5 lbs. A six-week course of prednisolone and weekly B12 shots seems to have stabalized him, but a two -week course of kitty fecal transplant supplements (same treatment they use in humans with c-diff, but in capsule form) really put him on the road to recovery. Although most of his gut symptoms (and vomitting and diarreaha) have resolved, he still is way too thin. He has had two bouts of pancreatitis in the past and that made me suspect he may not be making digestive enzymes (he eats A LOT, but doesn't seem to absorb the nutrients - poops are too big). Haven't had him officially tested for Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI); that will be the next vet visit, but these enzymes seem to be helping him slowly put on weight. I mix a capsule in a gruel of wet food, along with a probiotic capsule) and give it to kitty boy by syringe with each meal. He tolerates that very well. Capsules a bit large to give to a cat by mouth, so disolving and syringing works. This seems to have the same enzyme composition as the perscription pills. … more

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