Denamarin for Dogs & Cats up to 12 lbs, 30 Tablets (Blue) is a nutritional supplement with Silybin milk thistle extract and S-Adenosylmethionine (SAMe) that supports liver function. Denamarin pet meds increase the levels of the antioxidant glutathione to protect against cell damage. The stabilized tablets of Denamarin for Small Dogs and Cats make sure the nutrients are absorbed at the right part of your pet's digestive system.
- Protects liver cells from cell death
- Helps repair and regenerate damaged cells
- Increased glutathione levels protect against free radical damage
- Denamarin 90 mg
- Manufacturer information and usage
Shorty has been taking this along with Vetoryl for a couple of years since diagnosed with Cushing's disease. He is doing well and the little pill is easy to hide in cream cheese when he tires of peanut butter.
My cat is so much better now
Last August (2014) my cat lost a lot of weight and was looking terrible. After an ultra sound it was determined that she had intestinal and liver issues and Denamarin was prescribed, along with a change of food. It's amazing to see her now. She gained most of the weight back and her fur looks great and she is her old self again. She is 15 years old and you would never know it.
Just what the Vet ordered
Shorty's vet started him on Denamarin a couple of years ago when he was diagnosed with Cushing's disease. I have saved a little each month thanks to the savings offered at Vet Depot.
I had to put my 15 year old cat on Denamarin and Ursodiol for liver function and inflamed intestines. She had lost a lot of weight and her fur was dry and flaky. Since putting her on both meds 5 months ago, she looks like a new cat. Fur is soft again and she has put on some weight. Using the Denamarin means withholding food overnight and then waiting an hour for breakfast but it's working so it's worth the inconvenience. VetDepot delivers the product promptly with no fuss. I'm a happy customer.
<p>My toy Manchester has been taking Denamarin for over a year now after he was diagnosed with Cushing's disease. It does not appear to have any side effects and he gladly accepts it as long as it's wrapped in peanut butter or cream cheese. I'm also saving by buying it from the Vet Depot as opposed to my veterinarian.</p>
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