Can a dog or cat have allergies?

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Yes. Dogs and cats can suffer from both food and environmental allergies. Signs your dog or cat has food allergies gas diarrhea bloating excessive itching red patchy skin hair loss open sores or scabs Signs your dog or cat has environmental allergies watery or gooey eyes excessive licking excessive itching chewing skin Natural remedies for […]

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Resources for pet supply stores

If you run a pet supply store that carries the NWC Naturals® Pet Products line, make sure you are up to date with the latest tools. Below are our most popular resources for supply stores: Product picture downloads Make sure the NWC Naturals® Pet Products pictures on your website are up-to-date! Click the link below […]

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Everything you need to know about probiotics for pets

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Probiotics 101 Q: What are probiotics? A: Probiotics are live bacteria that are good for your pet’s health. They live in areas such as the mouth, stomach, intestines, colon, bladder, and genitals. Q: What are the benefits of supplementing with probiotics? A: Probiotics support Digestion Gas and bloating Diarrhea or loose stools Constipation Oral health […]

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Why vegetarian enzymes are better for your pet

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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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Total-Zymes® FAQ

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1. What are digestive enzymes? Enzymes are products that either begin or enhance the speed of chemical reactions. Present in the cells of plants and animals, they regulate biochemical reactions in both active and in active forms. They are specific with respect to their functions and do only that which they were designed to do. […]

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Can your pet overdose on enzymes?

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Q: Can you accidentally give your pet too many enzymes? A: Vegetarian enzymes are very safe and there is no upper dosing limit. A surplus of digestive enzymes can be used by the body in various ways: Stored by the body for later use Used by the body as systemic enzymes (particularly those that digest […]

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