In considering NZYMES® Treats or Granules for use related to considerable shedding problems, we want to assure you that we expect they will be very helpful for your pet. However, please keep in mind that shedding is a degenerative problem, and can take between 30 to 90 days to start showing some improvement. After all, the skin is the largest organ of the body.
AFTER BEGINNING NZYMES
Though each pet is different, we generally see significant improvement, often as much as a 90% reduction in a dog's regular daily shedding - after 4 to 5 months. Cats have entirely different types of coats, and though there may be significant variation, we still expect noticable improvement. Annual shedding, or 'blowing coat' is a normal metabolic process for almost all dogs; however, year-round shedding can be a strong sign of nutritional deficiencies, which contribute to significant weaking of a pet's immune system. Most often the cause is poor quality pet foods, which are lacking the amino acids, vitamins and minerals, the nutritional ingredients needed to maintain good health.
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PET FOODS WE RECOMMEND
We want to remind you how important it is to feed your pet a quality pet food. To view a list recommended foods please visit this page at our site:
Pet Foods We Recommend
To learn more about what may be in the pet food you are feeding, visit this page:
What is Really in Pet Foods?
(Note: After food changes, pets may blow-coat which could take up to 6 months to replace).
SHEDDING AND THYROID PROBLEMS
A low thyroid condition can often contribute to hair loss. Symptoms are usually seen as a symmetrical hair-loss that happens equally on both sides of the body or along the rear legs. Pets with this condition often require thyroid medication. If your symptoms are similar then you should have a blood work-up done by your vet or submit a blood sample to Dr. Jean Dodds, the leading veterinary expert in this area (see link below).
After beginning NZYMES®,
we occasionally see a balancing of the thyroid (t3 and t4 levels) after 3-6 months, and a marked reduction in the thyroid medication requirements for some pets.Important to read about properly testing blood for Thyroid issues
Canine Thyroid Problems - by Dr. Jean Dodds
SHEDDING AND ALLERGIES
ALLERGIES, HAIR LOSS, OR FOOD REACTIONS ARE MOST OFTEN YEAST RELATED PROBLEMS
Many dogs have reactions to the ingredients, preservatives or the additives contained in a large number of commercial pet foods. Each day, we receive calls from pet owners who describe symptoms commonly diagnosed as FOOD ALLERGIES. These symptoms may include shedding, hair loss, itchiness, inflammation, dry skin, flaky skin, rashes, hot spots, and many more. They have been told that their DOG or CAT is allergic to one substance or another. There is partial truth here; certain substances are certainly causing a reaction, but the reaction is to sugar coming from starchy foods - high in Glycemic index. Some folks have paid good money for allergy testing and have been convinced by their vets or dermatoligists that their pets are specifically allergic to BEEF, CHICKEN, LAMB, RICE, CORN, SOY or many other ingredients. They tell us about the years of treatment and the costly medications needed to try to eliminate the symptoms their pets suffer from. But the pets never seem to improve or resolve any of the problems. NEVER do we hear these people discuss their Vets mentioning the dangerous preservatives, chemicals, flavorings, food colorings or additives used in making the brands pet foods they prescribe. Just ask yourself, does this sound logical? We don't think so! By far, the majority of these cases we find are directly related to a breakdown of the GI tract and an overgrowth of candida yeast.
WE TELL YOU THIS!
Rarely do we see a diagnosed FOOD ALLERGY or FOOD REACTION problem with a dog or cat that does not start to resolve itself with proper nutrition and and correct supplementation.
Systemic Yeast Infection/Candida/Leaky Gut Syndrome.
This problem is commonly mis-diagnosed as "ALLERGIES" and a list of other ailments (see symptoms list link below). This internal GI problem is made worse by feeding processed carbohydrates (i.e., grains, wheat flour, corn meal, corn gluten meal, white rice, rice flour, potatoes, pasta, sugars, etc.) - which are used in many of today's pet foods and treats. However general itchiness and simple rashes can often be related to chemical additives in some of the poorer quality pets foods being sold today.
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Yeast Problem Information
Mange issues often are a result of a compromised immune system. Our NZYMES® products help increase the natural absorbtion of nutrients and strenghthen the overall immune system and shorten the time needed for recovery. For a problem like this we recommend our basic 3-Pak Kit (NZYMES® Treats or Granules, Ox-E-Drops and BacPak Plus), along good food like those we recommend.
This is an issue best evaluated by your veterinarian, but you can contact this site below to discuss your problem and the natural treatments.
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