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NEW Super Strength SerraPet™ Enteric Coated Tablets formulated for your pets - drug free treatment ( 250,000IU )

SerraPet™ - For Dogs, Cats, And Horses

This amazing enzyme has been successfully used on humans, without side effects for 25 years. This new animal treatment does not require a prescription and is a fraction of the cost of conventional medicines.

A number of vets have been using SerraPet enzymes for arthritis and many other animal conditions and the signs are more than encouraging.

  • An Organic Proteolytic Enzyme
  • Producing Anti-Inflammatory Mediators
  • May Help To Support Many Normal Body Processes
  • Naturally Processed
  • Delayed Release For Optimum Systemic Delivery



Additional info...

Breakthrough Treatment for Arthritis and the other conditions shown

So far they have been giving the supplement to dogs, all severely affected with arthritis and all in a great degree of pain. There have been no side effects and pain relief has been almost total. Being a dietary supplement rather than a drug means a possible breakthrough for non-drug animal arthritis sufferers.

The medicinal effects of Serrapeptase for animals identified clinically are:

• Lung, sinus and other mucus problems

• Pain problems of any kind

• Inflammation (after surgery, injury etc)

• Scar tissue

• Mastitis

• Cysts




Daily amounts for:
Small dog or cat - up to 2 tablets per day
Medium/Large dog - up to 4 tablets per day
Very large dog or horse - up to 8 tablets per day


Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Tablet

Serving Per Container: 90

Amount Per Serving Information


Amount per serving

%Daily Value

Serratia Peptidase





*Daily Value not established

Other Ingredients: HPMCP (Enteric Coating), Microcrystaline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate.



Comments (8)

  1. Karen Costello:
    Feb 04, 2015 at 10:54 AM

    Dear Robert, please could you tell me what other foods other than honey (she doesn't like it) I could put the Serrapet in for my dog. I don't want to have to put them down her throat without food as her condition is long term and so I want her to look forward to the treat, I've looked up butter/marg but haven't had a clear answer to whether they have protein in them. Are the tablets crushable so she won't spit the tablets out? (Yes she is as smart as a cat in this area!)

  2. admin:
    Feb 23, 2015 at 09:03 AM

    Hi Karen,

    As long as it does not contain protein then it is OK to mix. SerraEnzyme capsules are better if they are to be mixed with something.

    Kind Regards

  3. Laurie Sandt:
    Apr 25, 2016 at 12:29 PM


    Is there a difference between the human and animal versions of Serrapeptase?

  4. admin:
    Apr 25, 2016 at 01:14 PM

    Hi Laurie,

    They are in fact the same. The labels are different, however the product is the same. Hope this helps. Kind Regards

  5. Liz morris:
    Feb 07, 2017 at 04:51 PM

    I've been giving my dog serrapet in a spoonful of sweet potato. Now discovered this is a protein, should have looked it up. Will this have been harmful to him? Was wondering if the capsules would be better. Can I open them and sprinkle onto something, not sweet potato, will they still have the same effect?
    Many thanks

  6. admin:
    Feb 08, 2017 at 10:32 AM

    We would suggest that it is fine to keep giving the Serrapet in the sweet potato. Sweet potato only has a small amount of protein as it is essentially a carbohydrate.

    There is no harm issue either way, but having the Serrapeptase with high protein foods will just weaken the enzyme slightly as it starts to work on digestion. That is the only issue, it will not be harmful to the pet in anyway.

    It is often difficult for people to administer the enzyme to pets without some kind of protein rich food, so this is sometimes unavoidable. In these situations, we often recommend an extra dose to make up for the slight loss of potency.

    You are doing fine by giving with a small amount of the sweet potato, so we would suggest continuing in this way if it works well for you.

    Kinds Regards, Natural Health For You Admin

  7. Jane & Sky:
    Jul 17, 2018 at 04:56 PM

    I would like to post some feedback about the marvelous improvement my dog has made, after giving her SerraPet tablets. My 7 year old dog, Sky, decided to take a flying leap into oblivion, over the wall of a bridge, unaware that there was a drop of approximately 30 feet onto stony ground. She destroyed the ligaments in her right front wrist which was totally unstable and she had temporarily dislocated her right hip joint.
    Six weeks later, after an operation to plate her right front wrist she was still feeling fairly sorry for herself even though the splint had been removed and she
    was able to walk about. I had heard of Serrapeptase through a friend and decided to give Sky two tablets in the morning and evening. Within 24 hours she had improved a lot - she was much happier in herself. She still had her limp but she was moving more freely and seemed so much better overall.
    I have continued with the 4 tablets daily for the first pot of 90 tablets and am now going to reduce the dosage to 1 tablet in the night and morning. She still limps and we have to be careful to restrict her exercise but she’s now almost back to her old energetic self.

  8. admin:
    Jul 17, 2018 at 05:00 PM

    Hi Jane and Sky, thank you for feedback on Serrapet. Hopefully it will continue to work very well. Many people are reporting good results. Kind Regards, admin

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