Denosyl
Denosyl
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Improves overall liver function
Also supports brain health
Chewable tablets are absorbed quickly

Denosyl

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At a Glance
Improves overall liver function
Also supports brain health
Chewable tablets are absorbed quickly

The liver isn't just the largest organ inside your dog's body. It's also one of the most important. Denosyl is a supplement that helps keep your dog's liver healthy. It is often difficult to diagnose liver disease in dogs as symptoms are mild or even non-existent. If your dog is acting weaker than usual, throwing up, maintaining a reduced appetite, or having seizures, they may be fighting a type of liver disease. Talk to your veterinarian about Denosyl and find out what it can do for your pooch.

What is Denosyl Used For?
Answer

The organ that helps in the detoxification of the body is the liver. It also helps in synthesizing proteins and the production of bile and other necessary chemicals to smoothen digestion. Therefore, for the well-being of your pet, it is crucial to keep their liver healthy. The toxin removal from the body is possible with the liver itself. The liver heavily depends upon the antioxidant glutathione for toxin filtration. If the glutathione level is low, it might harm cats as well as a dog. If the liver is not functioning with ease, it leads to deterioration of the overall health and can cause seizures, ataxia, and hemolytic anemia. Save your pet from the deficiencies of glutathione. The main aim of Denosyl is to avert glutathione levels going down and make sure proper functioning of the liver. However, the objective of increasing the level of glutathione does not mean adding up too many antioxidants to your dog's diet.

Is Denosyl a Prescription Drug?
Answer

Denosyl is a medicine for the pet that helps in the treatment of the liver. Denosyl is an over-the-counter medicine for cats, dogs, and other animals. There is no prescription needed, but if your vet recommends it is always better. Denosyl is available as 90mg, 225mg, and 425 mg in the form of a stabilized tablet.

Can You Crush Denosyl?
Answer

Denosyl is suitable for all sizes of dogs, whether small, medium, or large. It is recommended not to crush the Denosyl tablet or even break. It is because the dosage enteric cost as well as inhibits absorption gets damaged.

Is Denosyl the Same as Denamarin?
Answer

Denosyl and Denmarin are not the same, the main difference of both the medications is that Denamarin has a second ingredient that is not there in Denosyl. Silybin is the ingredient present in Denamarin that gives more liver support. It helps in promoting a better functioning of the liver in conjunction with SAM-e. It is clear that out of the two medications, Denamarin is a much powerful supplement needed for pets that demands more liver support.

Can a Dog Recover from Liver Damage?
Answer

The liver gets infected by viruses, bacteria, fungi, or parasites. Generally, viral disease related to your dog's liver is transmissible canine hepatitis. It leads to scarring and inflammation. It is a disease that gets prevented with vaccination. Your dog will give you signs of a liver issue. You will notice several symptoms in your dog such as loss of weight, no stability in walking, appetite loss, frequent urination, the color of tongue and eyes turning yellow. The liver is efficient enough to regenerate on its own and build healthy and new cells. But an increasing number of dead tissues often results in cirrhosis and scarring. Most of the symptoms are treatable with the help of medicines that help in the proper function of the liver. A change in diet also reduces the pressure on the liver.

Is Denosyl Safe for Dogs?
Answer

Yes, Denosyl is safe for the dog. It is a nutritional supplement that reduces the number of liver issues like liver disease. Denosyl helps in the hepatic glutathione levels in dogs. Dogs and cats can tolerate Denosyl very well, and it is safe for them to consume.

How Do You Give Denosyl?
Answer

Denosyl is available as chewing tablets, and dogs of all sizes can take it. The tablets need to be given an hour before they feed on an empty stomach. In this way, Denosyl gets well absorbed. There might be some owners who will find difficulty in giving the tablets to their dogs directly. For these kinds of dogs, the best is to mix the tablet in a small diet. Your dog will end up consuming it.

How Long Can a Dog Take Denosyl?
Answer

For clinical health, the dog needs 20 mg per kg per day of Denosyl for a period of one and half months. It never gives any negative effect while taking the tablets of Denosyl, and the dog remains in good health. According to the pharmacokinetic study, when a fasting dog takes Denosyl, the plasma level shoots up, not beyond 4 hours.

What are the Side Effects of Denosyl for Dogs?
Answer

There are few cases of vomiting reported as a side effect of consuming Denosyl. Moreover, the overdose of Denosyl is harmful to your pet. Always be cautious when you give Denosyl with other medicines such as Mitaban Dip, Tramadol, Clomipramine, Fluoxetine, or Amitriptyline.

What Does Denosyl Do for Dogs?
Answer

Denosyl helps in the protection of liver cells from dying by repairing and regenerating the cells. Of course, Denosyl supports the dogโ€™s liver. According to research, the SAMe in Denosyl also supports intellectual function in canines.

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Vomiting is a rare side effect. If you are uncertain whether your dog would benefit from a liver medication like Denosyl, please consult a pet specialist or veterinarian.

Available for: Cats and small dogs up to 12 lbs. - 90 mg/30 stabilized tablets Medium dogs 13-34 lbs. - 225 mg/30 stabilized tablets Dogs of all sizes - 225 mg/30 chewable tablets Large dogs 35 lbs. and over - 425 mg/30 stabilized tablets

A veterinarian will recommend how many pills to give your dog each day (usually between 1 and 3). For best results, give your dog this supplement on an empty stomach, at least an hour before feeding. Administer 3-6 cc of water immediately following any tablet administration to speed passage of the tablet into the stomach.

For more information, visit nutramaxlabs.com.

Store in a cool dry place not to exceed 86ยฐ F. Keep tablets in original blister pack until used. Tablets are sensitive to moisture and extreme heat.

Ask your veterinarian or consult with one of our pet care specialists at 1-800-844-1427.

This information is for informational purposes only and is not meant as a substitute for the professional advice of, or diagnosis or treatment by, your veterinarian. Always seek the advice of your veterinarian or other qualified professional with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard or delay seeking professional advice due to what you may have read on our website. Our medications are FDA approved and/or EPA regulated when and as required by law.

Denosyl is manufactured by Nutramax Labs
Option UPC/SKU
Cats and Small Dog up to 12 Lbs - 90mg / 30 stabilized tabs 755970617658
Medium Dogs 13 to 34lbs - 225mg / 30 stabilized tabs 755970615906
Large Dogs Over 35lbs - 425mg / 30 stabilized tablets 755970614305

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