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About This Item
Made in the USA from all domestically-sourced ingredients.
This 100% natural, vet-formulated supplement is designed to support healthy liver function.
Powder formula mixes easily with wet or dry food.
Versatile supplement is appropriate for both dogs and cats—ideal for multi-pet households!
Contains a unique blend of natural ingredients for liver support.
Help your best friend live her best life with Lexelium Liver Support Dog & Cat Supplement. This all-natural, vet-formulated liver supplement is designed to help enhance your pet’s liver functionality. Ideal for pets with liver issues or reduced function due to damage or disease, it helps stimulate liver capability and supports the restoration of damaged cells and tissue. The convenient powder formula makes it easy to mix into food, too!
Small Breeds, Large Breeds, Medium Breeds
Not intended for us by pregnant or lactating animals or animals that have known allergies or sensitivity in the ingredients listed.
There is a small amount of chicken liver powder designed to enhance flavor.
How many times a day to you give the cats this mixed with their food?
Answer by • Jun 05, 2022
This supplement should be given to your pet daily. For best results, use consecutively for 30-45 days.
need exact contents in mg.
Answer by • Feb 03, 2022
The recipe specifics are considered proprietary to the manufacturer. Each 5 gram scoop contains 4080 mg proprietary formula of Beef Liver Hydrolysate, Milk Thistle Extract, Choline L-Bitartrate, Methionoine, Calendula Extract, Vitamin-Enriched Wheat. This proprietary formula is designed to optimize your pet’s liver functionalities. As with any supplement, we recommend consulting your Veterinarian to see what would be the safest fit for your pets current treatment plan.