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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful.
Best Product for EPI Dogs!
By Cheri J.
It's bad enough getting the horrible news that your sick, grossly underweight fur kid has been diagnosed with EPI, but to get her on the mend, she must be given enzymes with everything she eats for the rest of her life. The prescription enzymes through the vet is extremely expensive. The other option is to feed her pig, lamb or beef pancreas which is difficult to acquire, let alone how much to give to meet her dietary needs. After a lot of research on EPI and trying many different brands of powdered enzymes, BioCase V is the best product I have used for her condition. It is also the least expensive. This product helped remedy the EPI and in 5 months, she grew back all her fur, filled out and regained all the weight. She is absolutely beautiful now with very shiny fur. I love this product and would not consider using any other brand!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
A life saver for my dog
By S. Ferreira
My Great Dane started having diarrhea back in November and over the course of two months while we tried to figure out what was wrong, she lost 30 lbs. She was literally starving to death in front of me. Nothing we tried worked. We finally figured out it was EPI, and she was given a prescription for Pancreatic Enzymes. It worked! But the prescription was so expensive, so I started looking for an alternative. Thomas Labs Bio Case V had really great reviews so I thought I'd give it a try. I think her poop looks better with this stuff than it did on the prescription! She is gaining weight again and is healthy! This is a fantastic alternative to the prescription enzymes for half the price.
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By J. Spradling
I am not a vet, but I can tell you that Bio Case V works well as a generic substitute for the much more expensive prescription drug my vet supplied. My beagle, 12 years old at the time, was diagnosed as having pancreas failure, characterized by inability to digest food. She was almost skeletal by the time we decided to try this digestive enzyme as a gamble, rather than opt for expensive tests or a biopsy. The enzyme worked well, and one prescription cost me $135.00, which motivated me to seek help on the internet. My answer, in the case of my beagle, is Bio Case V, for which I pay $70.00-$85.00, depending on the source. If your pet suffers from a non-cancerous problem like mine, you will save a considerable amount of money using Bio Case V.