Panzym Concentrated Pancreatic Enzyme Powder

Panzym Concentrated Pancreatic Enzyme Powder Panzym Concentrated Pancreatic Enzyme Powder Panzym Concentrated Pancreatic Enzyme Powder
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  • 85g Tub £34.00
  • 170g Tub £61.00
  • 255g Tub £83.50
  • 650g Tub £184.99

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Panzym Concentrated Pancreatic Enzyme Powder is an effective and powerful feline and canine pancreatic supplement. In a dry powder form, Panzym Concentrated Pancreatic Enzyme Powder should be sprinkled on moistened dry food so that it sticks.

Panzym Power is a pancreatic supplement for cats and dogs.

As this product is in powder form, it should be mixed with food, moistening dry food slightly, so that the powder adheres to the food.

Minimum guaranteed levels of pancreatic enzymes, Lipase 38,000BP units/g, Amylast 32,000 BP units/g, Protease 2,100 BP units/g

Upto 10kg Bodyweight - Third to half a teaspoon twice daily
Over 10kg Bodyweight - Half to one teaspoon twice daily

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Reviews (17)

Summary of Reviews for Panzym Concentrated Pancreatic Enzyme Powder

Overall 5
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
16 out of 17 (94%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (15 reviews)
4 stars (1 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (1 reviews)

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55 Panzyme pancreatic powder
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By on 5 January 2021

My German shepherd has enzyme pancreatic insufficiency We've been using this product for over a year now recommended by our vet. since using this product my dog has improved immensely gaining enough weight to continue living a happy healthy life.

Customer recommends this product

15 Oh dear
Verified Purchase

By on 12 July 2020

I had heard great things about Panzym being a cheaper alternative to Lypex. Well it didn’t work with my GSD, terrible diarrhoea. I put him back on Lypex all fins again. Thought I would give him another try a few days later, same result. Waste of money

Customer does not recommend this product

55 Great customer service, when I made mistakes they sorted it for me straight away
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By on 24 October 2018

My dog has complete pancreas failure he couldn’t live without this panzym and is so effective, he carries on just like any normal dog, his digestion is great, and his stools are normal.

Customer recommends this product

55 Great
Verified Purchase

By on 23 June 2018

Very good

Customer recommends this product

55 Panzym powderfor PED
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By on 29 May 2018

The product does what it should do. 10+ years ago my dog suddenly developed pancreatic enzyme deficiency and my vet recommended Panzym. Within 24hrs she was so much better and had been on powder ever since. Would highly recommend. Much easier to administer than tablets.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Panzym Concentrated Pancreatic Enzyme Powder, including answers from our team.

7 September 2017 at 3:44am

How long does it last


  • VioVet customer since 2017
  • From: , Taiwan

Hi, I'm looking to buy this product (170g) for my dog who has recently been diagnosed with EPI. He's about 6.8 KG. I wonder how long it'll last if I use it according to the label, 1/2 teaspoon twice a day. Thanks.

  • VioVet Staff

A teaspoon of Panzym weighs apprroximately 2.6g so at a dose rate of half a teaspoon twice a day the 170g tub will last around 65 days.

12 June 2017 at 6:41pm

Can my dog take this supplement with probiotics

VioVet Visitor

Hi, my dog who's 9 years old is suffering with pancreas and I was wondering if can give him this supplement with probiotics

Many thanks

  • VioVet Staff

Yes it is perfectly fine to give probiotics with this this supplement and is a good idea with this condition.

7 November 2015 at 10:39am

Pancreatic enzyme powder

Frances marie

How long does it take for this powder to fully kick in

  • VioVet Staff

This product works directly on the individual meal it is given with, enabling the dog to digest this particular meal more effectively. It requires to be given in an adequate dose to do so. Therefore you should see some improvement in the faeces produced within 24 hours. There can be other complicating factors which prevent the digestion from being perfectly efficient as quickly as this, but your vet could advise you if any other measures are needed. It will obviously take a while for the average patient to put weight on, depending on lots of other factors. Usually some difference is noticed within 7-10 days.

20 May 2015 at 1:59pm

My dog has renal failure & Pancreatitus

Jayne Probert

My dog is struggling on Renal wet food-she will eat some of the dry food which we are treating as treats - do you think this powder will help as at the moment she is having senior food + the little dry renal Royal Canine + 3 ant acid tablets 3 times a day.
Is this worth a go or should I consult my vet first?

  • VioVet Staff

Regretably this product is not likely to help your dog I feel. It
would not do any harm, but unless your dog has a digestive enzyme
deficiency (which is not typical with pancreatitis) then it is unlikely
to help. I would expect that any of the renal foods should be suitable
and it is very important that she is eating enough for her daily
requirements, so if she will not eat the ideal food, it is better to
allow some less than perfect food than she loses more weight through not
eating. Hill, Royal Canin and Purina all make good foods suitable for
dogs with chronic kidney disease and failing kidney function. If this is
what your dog is suffering from (+/- pacnreatitis) then I would suggest
trying a variety of any/all the renal foods, wet and dry. Obviously
check this with your vet who will be more familiar with your individual
dog, but generally speaking the above applies.
There are some other supplements which can help dogs with chronic renal failure, such as Pronefra and Rubenal so I would suggest looking at those too.

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