Pancreatic Enzyme comes in Tablet or Powder Form for Cats and Dogs

Let’s take into consideration first the pancreas this is a glandular organ that is tucked under the stomach and duodenum, which is the first part of the small intestine this has two main functions which are exocrine to produce the enzymes needed to digest food.

The second part is the endocrine to produce hormones including the hormone insulin, which facilitates the uptake and storage of glucose which is sugar and amino acids which is proteins.

Let’s look at what happens when a bout of Pancreatitis Occurs:

In cats this is usually the chronic form and can be more difficult to diagnose when the pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas, causing leakage of the digestive enzymes whereby the pancreas literally starts to digest itself this can be acute or chronic.

What causes Pancreatitis?  High fat meal can trigger for hyperlipidaemia with is high fat content in blood, obesity, contaminated food or water, certain drugs and toxins like antibiotics and organophosphate, insecticide, bacterial or viral infection.

The signs can vary from mild gastrointestinal upset to collapse and death, most animals present common gastrointestinal signs of upset such as vomiting, not eating, painful abdomen, fever or temperature, diarrhoea, depression, dehydration, sunken eyes, dry mouth, increased skin turgor which is the change in elasticity of skin. These signs are not specific all or some may be noted in the animal.

In these cases, a low-fat fibre diet is usually recommended Pancreatic enzyme supplements can make a significant difference all pancreatic enzyme supplements are made from pork products, is and established feed supplement with highly concentrated pancreatic enzymes for cats with poor absorption of nutrients from the food. Is specially developed process for the intestinal condition in cats protective coating aids optimal absorption.

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  • My cat has a severe form of pancreatitis! He’s vomiting, not eating, & now he’s at the vet getting IV fluids! He’s also losing weight! What do you have for him! He’s 10 years old!

    Ronald Krikorian

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