Natural Enzymes for Dog

Updated: Mar 13, 2019

Enzymes are the providers of metabolic energy, they pay a role in digestion, our immune system, our vitality, and every function of the body. However through poor life choices and as we age we make fewer enzymes which our body need to maintain wellness.

1 1/4 c Pumpkin: Pumpkin is a fiber-rich food that also contains important vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins A, E, and C, and potassium and iron.

1/2 C Almond or Peanut Butter: Almonds contain a ton of healthy vitamins, minerals, and very healthy fats that provide your dog's body with wonderful nutrition. Some dogs may really enjoy the flavor of almond butter, but some dogs will not like it as much as they like good, old-fashioned peanut butter.

2 Tsp Apple Sauce

2 tsp Cinnamon

1 C Gluten Free Oats

1/2 C Almond Flour

1/2 C Banana Chips

1 package of Super FydoPHoods

We used Super Fydozymes 

Organic Whole Pumpkin, Organic Flax Seed, Organic Ginger, Pineapple, Papaya, Chlorella, Organic Parsley, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Clove, Organic Marshmallow Root

Organic Pumpkin: Offers natural digestive enzymes, is a great source of fiber and helps with digestive regularity. It is a good source of Vitamins C and A, Iron. Not only will they love the taste of pumpkin but it may also ease stomach issues.

Papaya: Papaya fruit is a rich source of valuable proteolytic enzymes, such as papain, chymopapain, caricain and glycyl endopeptidase, that can greatly aid in the digestive process. This is especially true of meals that contain meat or other concentrated forms of protein.

Organic Flax Seed: Among it’s many benefits flax seed is it’s ability to promote digestive health. The ALA in flax can help protect the lining of the digestive tract and maintain GI health. It has been shown to be beneficial for digestive ailments, as it can help reduce gut inflammation.

Pineapple: The health benefits of pineapple are plentiful as it is an excellent source of vitamin C, manganese, vitamin B6 and vitamin B1 as well as folate. Pineapple also has a digestive enzyme called bromelain, which is a mixture of proteolytic enzymes. These enzymes work together to help your digestive system break down and absorb proteins from the foods you eat. However they are not limited to just digestive benefits; as research has shown, they also help with excessive inflammation, excessive coagulation of the blood, and certain types of tumor growth. In addition, bromelain from pineapple can help relieve stomach aches, heartburn and diarrhea.

Chlorella: Contains enzymes such as chlorophyllase and pepsin, which are digestive enzymes. These enzymes perform important functions in the body, people find chronic bad breath is often eliminated in just a few days, foul smelling stools are also greatly improved and chlorophyll has been attributed to relieving constipation. .

Organic Marshmallow Root: Contrary to what the name might conjure, marshmallow root is not the same as the airy, sugary puffed treat we’re all accustomed to. It’s actually the root of the marshmallow plant filled with healing properties. Marshmallow coats the inside of the stomach and prevents acid from causing discomfort and it helps restore integrity of the gut lining by forming a protective layer around small junctions.

Clove and Parsley can aid in soothing tummy upsets and nausea.


Crush banana chips in to small fine chips then mix all ingredients in a Medium sized bowl.

Make into small balls or I used molds,

Freeze for two hours, remove them from the mold and store in an air tight container refrigerated for up to two weeks.

I like to keep them in the freezer their still soft and chewy frozen.

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