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What is Nutramax Panzquin® Pancreatic Enzyme Concentrate for Dogs and Cats?
- Panzquin® Pancreatic Enzyme Concentrate helps to provide the pancreatic enzymes that your dog or cat may need to digest the protein, carbohydrates, and fat in its food.
- Panzquin® Pancreatic Enzyme Concentrate also includes a source of vitamin B12, i.e. cobalamin, to help maintain regular levels in the body.
Why is Panzquin Used for Cats and Dogs?
- Panzquin Pancreatic Enzyme Concentrate helps to provide the pancreatic enzymes that your dog or cat may need to help support digestion.
- Veterinarian-formulated Panzquin Pancreatic Enzyme Concentrate also includes a source of vitamin B12, i.e., cobalamin, to support levels of this necessary vitamin.
What else should I know about Panzquin® Pancreatic Enzyme Concentrate?
- Easy to mix powdered form.
- Requires storage in a cool, dry area out of direct sunlight.
- Keep lid tightly secured to ensure freshness.
- For use in animals only. Keep out of reach of children.
- This container may contain a non-toxic desiccant.
- Includes a 1/4 teaspoon (1.25 cc) scoop.
- Packaged in a wide-mouth tub for easy administration.
- Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences supplements are veterinarian formulated with high-quality ingredients to ensure your pet is receiving a safe supplement.
How do you use Panzquin® Pancreatic Enzyme Concentrate?
- Thoroughly mix the amount of powder recommended by your veterinarian with moistened, room temperature pet food 20 minutes before feeding.
- For dogs, mix 3/4 to 1 teaspoonful (3-4 scoopfuls) and for cats, mix 1/4 to 3/4 teaspoonful (1-3 scoopfuls) in each meal.
- Always follow your veterinarian’s directions for use.
What is in Panzquin® Pancreatic Enzyme Concentrate?
- Panzquin® Pancreatic Enzyme Concentrate contains pancreatic enzymes that break down the nutrients in food.
- These enzymes come from pork sources.
- Active ingredients: Each 2.8 gram (1 teaspoon) contains a minimum of: Lipase 71,400 USP units, Protease 388,000 USP units, Amylase 460,000 USP units, Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) 500 µg
Is it important for my dog or cat to finish all of the contents of a Panzquin® Pancreatic Enzyme Concentrate package?
- Pancreatic enzymes like Panzquin® Pancreatic Enzyme Concentrate are generally suggested for long-term use by your veterinarian. Please consult your veterinarian for specific administration recommendations or any questions.
Who makes Imuquin for Dogs and cats?
- Panzquin is brought to you by Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, the #1 veterinarian recommended supplement company. *Source: Survey conducted among small animal veterinarians who recommended animal supplements.
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Helped or mutt significantly for the last 10 monthsFrom South EgremontComments about PanzquinHelped or mutt significantly for the last 10 months I wonder if it could be liquefied with water ?
This helps my dog qith pancreatitisFrom UndisclosedComments about Panzquin 8.11oz (230 Grams) TubGot this for my over 15 rat terrier. Recommended by my vet for pancreatitis and works good with B12 in the product for his diarrhea. He still has bouts of diarrhea but alot less often. He is a picky eater but I mix it in with his food and he doesn't notice it.
Corgi tested, Pet owner approved!From UndisclosedComments about PanzquinAfter many vet visits, we found out our young Corgi was missing the enzyme needed to digest his food properly. He was extremely skinny and had low energy. After taking Panzquin, he slowly began to gain weight and show signs of energy within a week. Following week, he's starting to fill out again. I had to get a routine going to work with the 20minute wait time, but now, whenever he hears the alarm go off, he's excited it's chow time! There are other options out there but I needed quality stuff. I couldn't stand seeing my dog like that.
Noticeable improvementFrom UndisclosedComments about Panzquin 8.11oz (230 Grams) TubWe have noticed improvements with Roux's health on Panzquin. She finally has some weight on her and her bowel movements seem to have lessened in frequency and amount. We are very happy we were recommended this by our vet. Roux gives 2 paws up!
It helps!From UndisclosedComments about PanzquinLouie has been diagnosed with EPI over a year ago. Our ver recommended Panzquin. Unfortunately, he refuses to take it as directed. I tried to sprinkle it directly on his food - no luck. Hence he gets it via the feeding syringe at the time of has his morning and evening meals. So far so good!
Medication was truly a lifesaver for our dogFrom UndisclosedComments about PanzquinOur 3 year old dog was recently diagnosed with EPI by an Internal Medicine Vet. She highly recommended we try Panzquin, which is a new product on the market, because it has the Vitamin B12 included with the enzymes. So, we started our dog on it and it worked! Our dog's stool has improved back to normal and she is doing great on this medication. We couldn't be happier. Will be using Panzquin for life for our dog. I have no hesitation highly recommending this to others.
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Purchased monthly to control EPIFrom UndisclosedComments about PanzquinOur German shepherd has had Exocrine Pancreatic Insifficiency for many years. This product keeps her system on track and helps her to have a healthy, happy life. This company was the only place where I could find Panzquin when there was a shortage and we were desperate.
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How long did it take to see improvement or weight gain in your dog? Been using over a week and anxious for our girl to gain some weight back!?
anzquin contains pancreatic enzymes (lipase, protease, amylase) to help with your dog’s digestion as well as cobalequin to help increase and maintain vitamin b-12 levels. Panzquin works by breaking down fats, protein, and starch allowing for better absorption of nutrients. Clinical improvements will vary depending on the severity of the condition, diet and dose. Please talk to your veterinarian about any further questions or concernsVerified Answer
Why do you need to wait 20 minutes??
Panzquin contains pancreatic enzymes that will help break down your pet’s food into more easily digestible nutrients. It is believed that allowing the enzymes the 20 minutes to break down the food will result in more nutrients available for your pet, before their stomach has a chance to digest the enzymes. It is recommended that you speak with your veterinarian to determine if the manufacturer’s directions are appropriate for your pet’s needs.Verified Answer
Can I use Panzquin on dry food or is it more effective with canned food?
The manufacturer recommends thoroughly mixing the amount of powder recommended by your veterinarian with moistened, room-temperature pet food 20 minutes before feeding. Dry food may be moistened or wet canned food may be used with Panzquin.Verified Answer
Do you have any idea when this product will be back in stock? Would like to be able to order ourselves as our vets office has an issue keeping some in stock for our EPI German Shepard. Thank you!?
At this time [3/9/2020], Panzquin is on backorder from the manufacturer and we are unsure as to when we will receive Panzquin. We suggest consulting your veterinarian, who may be able to suggest alternatives.Verified Answer
Can I get raincheck? I need to order this and would like to get this price??
Unfortunately, we are not able to guarantee the price of items that are out of stock. Please contact our pharmacy for additional information.Verified Answer
Is this product derived from pigs??
According to the manufacturer, Panzquin is derived from pigs as the enzymes come from pork pancreas.Verified Answer
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