Doggie-N-Zymes took its cue from the dog’s anatomy and nature itself.
Why? A dog’s pancreas cannot make enough of its own digestive enzymes, which leads the gastric juices to convert the undigested food into sugars leading to yeast production. A yeast infection is not an allergy!
It’s always been that way. Even in the wild, the dog would kill and eat the entire rabbit and therefore get a balanced diet. The one thing the rabbit offers that the manufactured dog food cannot is the digestive enzyme complex found in the rabbit’s stomach and small intestine.
Whether you are feeding kibble, raw, grain-free, or any combination, your dog’s pancreas requires the outside addition of enzymes to complete the digestive process. Once the sugar conversion from undigested food is eliminated, the yeast will starve and die off. No new yeast will attach for lack of its sugar source. That is why Doggie-N-Zymes was developed. A Yeast infection is not an Allergy!