|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients: S-Adenosylmethionine, Silybin A+B.||Active Ingredients: S-Adenosylmethionine, Silybin A+B.||Active Ingredients: S-Adenosylmethionine, Silybin A+B.||S-Adenosylmethionine 425 mg, Silybin-phosphatidylcholine complex (SPC)* 120 mg, *Providing 35 mg of Silybin A+B....||Actual Ingredients: S-Adenosylmethionine.|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, Giant Breeds|
|Health Feature||Liver Care||Liver Care||Liver Care||Liver Care, Vitamins & Minerals||Liver Care|
|Lifestage||Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||All Lifestages||Adult, Senior|
Not sure why a company with over 30 years in experience would create such a large pill as a supplement. Then expect your dog to take said blue pill one hour before they eat or two hours after. My dog can smell that pill coming and refuses to take it. I have tried everything, coating it in all the things she likes and she still refuses. I should not be required to force feed her a liver supplement. It’s a supplement, make a better product.
I’m sure this is a fantastic product that does exactly what it says but it should have a warning for side effects. After only 2 doses my dog began to experience severe gastric upset for 6 days until the vet finally had to put him on medication. I want to support my dog’s liver but his gastrointestinal system just can’t tolerate it.
My Weimaraner won’t take pills with the pill pockets or hot dogs. I saw a review on here that they gave the pill with liverwurst. Game changer. She takes the pill no problem. Now my cat & other dog love liverwurst too. Especially my cat.
I've used this product previously on my canine who had liver cancer. She lived longer and with a better quality of life than expected. When we started my older large pitty on this, he seemed to have a little more pep in his step and overall felt better.
My 13 y/o border collie has elevated liver values due to hepatitis and AIHA. This was prescribed by our vet and had helped keep his liver values in check. He probably wouldn’t still be with us without it.
My dog had some mildly elevated liver enzymes so my vet recommended this for 3 months. His liver values have gone down to almost normal with consistent use. It’s great despite being rather expensive.
I have used Denamarin as a detoxifier for years. I was first introduced when my (now deceased) dog had elevated liver enzyme levels. It got her levels back down to a healthy range and I kept her on it for life. Now, I use Denamarin for my two younger dogs as a routine detoxifier to reduce the general chemical load (heartworm and flea meds, pesticides, etc.) I cannot avoid them being exposed to. I highly recommend!
My pup had increasing liver enzymes and this was the first treatment. I received it in 2 days. I can’t say how well it works yet.
I started this supplement three months ago for my Labrador Retriever, who is 14.5 years old. Three months ago, his levels were 50% less than they were today when I had his labs re-tested. I will be discontinuing this supplement as I don't feel it's doing anything, and that it could actually be working the opposite way it's meant to for my sweet boy. Not blaming the med, but rather my dog's body and how things function for him.
My vet prescribe this for my dog who has high ALT levels. This brand crushes easily so I can mix it in his food.