No big deal you say, enzymes for dogs help with digestion. Ah, but there's far more so we made it a Dog Talk Tuesday topic. Useful to lessen pain, itching, clean up internal debris and more.
Why would I call them magic? The more I learn about them and use them, the more I appreciate them. There are some very special people out there who came to me with dog health issues and enzymes (as part of the package) came to the rescue in a way you might not even imagine.
So what will YOU think enzymes do best after you listen to the video?
What is a catalyst? - - a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without itself undergoing any permanent chemical change.
Here are some of the things I use supplemental enzymes for both dogs and myself on a regular basis:
Clean up inside the body where it can break down things you don't want in there *
An afternoon pick-me-up
Dead parasite cleanup **
Spray on for mosquito bites, stings, yeast
To clean up/break down lovely things on the carpet like vomit, diarrhea and dirt (nope that's not in or on the body but it sure comes in handy!)
*Some 30-odd years ago I saw a drop of my own blood under a microscope and I was shocked to find bits of debris floating in there. Gross. Yet my blood looked fabulous compared to my friend's who ate nearly all processed foods (think little to no dietary enzymes.)
**Here's a question for you: Have you ever dewormed your dog? Well what do you suppose happened to all those dead things inside and what about the excrement they left while living the good life? It doesn't all just come out. Ick!!
Dog health isn't just in with the good, it's also out with the bad.
These tiny substances are vital to all cellular activity in our dog's bodies. Their heart, lungs, liver, eyes, skin, glands - every organ, tissue and cell in their body are dependent upon enzymes for every process and function. Enzymes help prevent degenerative disease, keeps them youthful and increase their energy.
Digestive enzymes break down food and insure complete digestion and assimilation of nutrients.
Bottom line? There can be no life without enzymes.