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Why does my pet eat grass?

When a pet does not absorb enough nutrition from their food they may begin to eat grass, dirt, or even feces. If he is not able to absorb a healthy amount of nutrition from his food he will naturally continue to eat until his system is satisfied. Even if you feed your pet a high-quality […]

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Why vegetarian enzymes are better for your pet

There are two main types of digestive enzymes that you can get for your pet: Animal based Vegetarian based So what’s the difference, and why do we ONLY offer vegetarian digestive enzymes at NWC Naturals® Pet Products? Animal based (non-vegetarian) enzymes If the ingredients list on your pet’s enzyme product contains the words “pancreatin” or “pancri-” […]

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Signs your pet needs probiotics and enzymes: Part 2

My pet has been on medication When a pet has to be on any medication it will ALWAYS effect the good gut bacteria in the intestines in a bad way. We know that it is very important to follow your vet’s advice when medication is needed. Pets with compromised immune systems and those on any […]

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Signs your pet needs probiotics and enzymes: Part 1

Poor coat quality A poor cost or excessive shedding may be a sign of stress on the body. Pets on average shed twice a year, not all year round. If the shedding appears excessive and the itching is more than usual this may be a sign of allergies or dry skin. Total-Zymes® and Total-Biotics® will […]

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How digestive enzymes work

In our last article we discussed why digestive enzymes are important and in fact crucial to your dog or cat’s diet. This week we discuss: How Digestive Enzymes Work Each digestive enzyme works to digest something different. There are enzymes that break down fats, enzymes that break down carbohydrates, enzymes that break down protein, dairy, […]