I know that dogs and/or wolves have different and/or fewer digestive enzymes in their systems than humans. I also know that they have no enzymes in their saliva and therefore no need for chewing. What I want to know is what enzymes they do have. I want to know what things they can get nutrients from. Wolves in the wild eat the stomach contents of their prey, but do they absorb nutrients from it? Also is it their prey's enzymes that let them digest the stomach contents, or their own?
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