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Dogzymes Probiotic Max 10 Billion CFU per Gram- Live Beneficial Probiotics Prebiotics and Digestive Enzymes in an Organic Whey Base

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Dogzymes Probiotic Max® has 10 Billion Total CFU per Gram with 8 Microorganisms and 12 Digestive Enzymes in an Organic Whey Base. Supports digestion of food and nutrients. Probiotic Max delivers over 38 Billion CFU daily to the average 100 pound dog following the feeding directions.
Now with ORGANIC Coconut Oil to enhance storage and prevent clumping.
Probiotic Max contains less than one half of one percent of Organic Coconut Oil which is applied by spray during final production. Slight variations in color and texture may naturally occur.

Use with any diet: Homemade, raw, freeze dried or kibble

  • Helps maintain and nourish proper gut flora
  • Helps support bowel health
  • Assist in digestion and absorption of essential nutrients
  • Supports beneficial function in the intestinal tract

Guaranteed Analysis per 1/4 tsp (0.97 grams) All values are minimum unless otherwise stated.

Crude Protein min. 14.19%
Crude Fat min. 0.12%
Crude Fiber max. 0.12%
Moisture max. 3.40%
Ash max. 6.42%
Calcium min. 0.82%
Phosphorus min. 0.67%

Fructooligosaccharide* 137 mg
Total Microorganisms* 10 Billion CFU/gram
Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus reuteri, Bifidobacterium adolescentis, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium longum, Enterococcus faecium, Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Protease*(Aspergillus oryzae) 365 HUT U.1
Alpha-Amylase*(Aspergillus oryzae) 88 SKB U.2
Hemicellulase*(Aspergillus niger) 293 HCU U.3
Pectinase*(Aspergillus niger) 311 AJDU U.4
Lipase*(Candida rugosa) 14 FIP U.5
Xylanase*(Trichoderma reesei) 113 XU U.6
Beta-Glucanase*(Trichoderma reesei) 2.2 BGU.7
Cellulase*(Aspergillus niger var.) 11 CCHU.8
Bromelain*(Ananas comosus) 66 GDU.9
Papain*(Carica Papaya) 2.3 TU/mg.10
alpha-Galactosidase*(Aspergillus niger var) 20 GalU.11
Lactase*(Aspergillus niger var.) 16.5 LacU.12

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profile*

Calorie Content (calculated): Metabolizable Energy (ME) 1,269.09 kcal/lb or 2.79 kcal/gm (1/4 tsp)

Dried Whey, FOS/Fructooligosaccharide (source of prebiotics), Active Dry Yeast, Dried Lactobacillus acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus rhamnosus Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus reuteri Fermentation Product, Dried Bifidobacterium adolescentis Fermentation Product, Dried Bifidobacterium bifidum Fermentation Product, Dried Bifidobacterium longum Fermentation Product, Dried Enterococcus faecium Fermentation Product, Dried fermentation extracts of: Aspergillus oryzae, Aspergillus niger, Trichoderma reesei, Ananas conosus, and carica papaya

1. Contains a source of Protease which hydrolyzes proteins. One HUT unit of proteolytic (protease) activity is defined as the amount of enzyme that produces, in 1 minute under the specified conditions, a hydrolysate whose absorbance at 275 nm is the same as that of a solution containing 1.10 μg per ml of tyrosine in 0.006N hydrochloric acid. 2. Contains a source of alpha-Amylase which hydrolyzes starch. One Maltose Unit(MU/g or MU/mg) is the amount of enzyme which will liberate 1 milligram of reducing sugar as maltose in 30 minutes under the condition of the assay. SKB U/g=MU/g X 0.128. 3. Contains a source of Hemicellulase which breaks down hemicellulose. One hemicellulose unit(HCU) is defined as the activity that will produce a relative fluidity change of 1 over a period of 5 minutes in locust bean gum substance under the conditions specified 40°C and a pH 4.5. 4. Contains a source of Pectinase which breaks down pectin. Apple Juice Depectinizing Units(AJDU) are determined by correlating the depectinization time of the unknown sample to the depectinization time of enzyme standard of known activity at a pH 3.5 and 45°C. 5. Contains a source of Lipase which hydrolyzes triglycerides. One unit of enzyme activity is defined as that quantity of a standard Lipase preparation(Fungi Lipase International F.I.P.) that liberates the equivalent of 1 μmole of fatty acid from olive oil per minute under assay conditions 37°C pH 7.0. 6. Contains a source of Xylanase which hydrolyzes xylans, a component of hemicellulose. One xylanase unit(XU) is the amount of enzyme which liberates 1 μmole of xylose per minute under the conditions pH 5.3 and 50°C. 7. Contains a source of beta-Glucanase which hydrolyzes beta-glucans, a type of non-starch polysaccharide. One β-glucanase unit(BG) is defined as the amount of enzyme which, under standard conditions, liberates glucose or other reducing carbohydrates with a reduction power corresponding to 1 μmole glucose per minute. 8. Contains a source of Cellulase which breaks down cellulose. The assay is based on the enzymatic hydolysis of the interior β-1, 4-glucosidic bonds of a defined carboxymethyl cellulose substrate at pH 4.5 and at 40°C. 9. Contains a source of Bromelain which hydrolyzes proteins. From a substrate of gelatin, bromelain liberates amino-compounds that are titrated with NaOH in presence of formaldehyde. 10. Contains a source of Papain which hydrolyzes proteins. Using casein as a substrate, one of the amino acids found upon hydrolysis is L-Tyrosine, which absorbs strongly at 280nm. The concentration of Tyrosine as a function of optical density follows Beer’s Law. 11. Contains a source of alpha-Galactosidase which hydrolyzes oligosaccharides. This procedure is used to determine α-galactosidase activity in enzyme preparations derived from Aspergillus niger, var. The assay is based on a 15-min hydrolysis of a p-nitrophenyl-α-D-galactopyranoside followed by spectrophotometric measurement of the liberated 4-nitrophenol. 12. Contains a source of Lactase which hydrolyzes lactose to glucose and galactose.The assay is based on a 15-min hydrolysis of an o-nitrophenyl-β-D-galactopyranoside(ONPG) substrate at 37°C and at pH 4.5.

Mix into food or feed directly. It may also be dissolved in any liquid to give directly by mouth to dogs and puppies. For best results, feed in every meal. Serving may be doubled during times of compromised digestive function. Do NOT Refrigerate.

Body Weight Daily Serving

1 - 10 lbs
11 - 25 lbs
26 - 50 lbs
Over 50 lbs

1/8 tsp
1/4 tsp
1/2 tsp
1/2 tsp per each 50 lbs

Enclosed scoop holds 1/4 tsp - 3 tsp

This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only
Do NOT Refrigerate - Retain Lid Liner for Freshness - Store in Cool Dry Place
A 1 lb jar contains about 120 tsp and will last a 40 lb dog approximately 8 months

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  • 5
    Dogzymes Probiotic Max

    Posted by Phyllis J McNall on May 26th 2023

    My dogs are doing great on this supplement! Great coats and energy, able to better utilize nutrients in their food. Awesome product!

  • 5
    probiotic max

    Posted by Cheryl Moran on May 14th 2023

    I have been using this product for many months now and I have found good results in overall health and producing a firm stool for easy clean up. If I spill a bit the dogs will lick it up and some will eat it just sprinkled on dry food, although I normally add a bit of water to the dry kibble.

  • 5
    Probiotic Max

    Posted by Lena Hernandez on Apr 18th 2023

    My English Bull Terrier suffers from digestive issues. This product has given her so much relief. I used to put yogurt in her diet. This product is so much better.

  • 5

    Posted by Pat Doty on Apr 15th 2023

    We have been using the DOGZYMES PROBIOTIC for more than 20 years .

  • 5
    ProBiotic Mac

    Posted by Deb on Mar 4th 2023

    I’ve been using this product for years with both of my Golden Doodles. I believe that this product supports gut health in dogs. I have not had any stomach issues with either dogs in years. I will continue to buy this product and the Cran Tri C! Both awesome products for your pups!

  • 5
    Probiotic Max

    Posted by Vicki Ward on Feb 19th 2023

    Probiotic Max has been a huge help for my blue Great Dane. Since he was a puppy he had loose stool or diarrhea. We tried everything including vet prescribed probiotics, pumpkin, Rx food and the list continues. Since using Probiotic Max my dog now is on regular kibble and off of the prescribed diet. He now has normal stool and I no longer have to worry about the difficult cleanups.

  • 5
    So far, so good

    Posted by Beth Nelson on Feb 19th 2023

    I bought this product for one of our dogs who had been on 2 courses of antibiotics; I gave it to both dogs. I can only guess that it helped my girl on antibiotics. My male fur baby used to have occasional pus on his penis. No more. Coincidence? Don’t know but he’s 8 years old and this is the first time I haven’t seen anything in months.

  • 5
    Probiotics Max 10 Billion CFU

    Posted by Sharon Hatch on Feb 1st 2023

    My 18 month old Labrador has been on these since she began eating solid food at the breeders. I have continues to use them and her digestion is the best of any dog I have ever had.

  • 5
    Probiotic Max

    Posted by John Cunningham on Jan 31st 2023

    My veterinarian recommended I try this product for my dog. I liked the results. My dog always had a sensitive stomach. This helped out a lot.