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Does your pet have liver disease?

Liver disease is a serious problem in pets. Most people don’t realize that their pet has liver disease when they go to the vet. You just know your pet is sick or has been losing weight, or has a very poor hair coat. Unless your pet has yellow gums, eyes, ear flaps, and urine (jaundice), even vets can’t tell if an animal has liver disease without doing blood work.

When toxins accumulate in the body, they can cause damage to the organs and in extreme cases can start the cascade of chemical and cellular events leading to death. The role of the liver is to filter these toxins through the bowels or urine.

The liver detoxifies the body by producing an anti-oxidant called glutathione. Basically glutathione acts as a detoxifier for the body. Whenever the liver is not functioning well, your pet’s glutathione levels go down and toxins start to build up.

Denosyl SD4 is a pet drug that basically supplements S-Adenosylmethionine and greatly increases the levels of glutathione in the body of pets even when the liver is diseased. In addition, this powerful anti-oxidant protects liver cells from cell death and may be useful in cell regeneration and healing.

For optimal absorption, Denosyl tablets should be given on an empty stomach, at least one hour before feeding, as the presence of food decreases the absorption of S-Adenosylmethionine. If your pet requires more than one tablet, you can separate the dose and give half in the morning and half at night. For example, a daily dose of four tablets could be divided into two tablets in the morning and two in the evening.

There aren’t any common side effects or problems associated with Denosyl and in certain cases the supplement is being used as to preventive measure to support the liver.

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