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Denamarin Chewable Tabs
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Impressed! I really think these work. Our Miniature Schnauzer is almost 15 years old and last year we noticed he wasn't doing as great as he normally was although he has a great diet and lives the comfy life. We just thought it was his age. The vet mentioned something about his liver enzymes being very low and suggested this. It was worth a shot in the name of his health although our first thoughts were that this was expensive and we were skeptical. After a month we noticed his health really improve. He loves these and he is doing fabulous. We really notice a difference in his overall behavior. He has even started playing again. We will certainly keep up the supplementation. 11/11/2012
Decreased her liver enzymes 14 year old border collie with elevated enzymes and bad breath. After 4 weeks of taking chewables breath was much better and her levels came down!! Keeping her on them! Probably will extend her life!! 07/18/2012
Denamarin My Chihuahua has been on Denamarin for about 4 years now and I am convinced that it has helped to spare her life! She has a liver shunt and toxicity levels in her body were extremely high. We tried this as a "last ditch effort" to improve her liver functioning - 4 years later I am happy to report that she is a happy healthy girl!!! 04/12/2012
high liver enzymes My dog Princess has had high liver enzymes. I was at a loss of what to do. I was told there was nothing I could do, but then got online and asked some vets and they suggested an ultrasound so against my vets advise I did and found that she had lobes in her liver. We are not sure if they are cancerous or not but that is prob. why her liver enzymes are high. Also her kidneys are not filtering quite as effectively as they should So I put her on Science Diet kidney function and after a couple of months I took her in for a blood panel and her liver enzymes have come down a lot. Not completely where they should be but quite a lot. You may want to try this since all of the organs work together. I am going to try this to see if it helps to get the liver enzymes down even further. 12/07/2011
Side effects Bixi is an almost 12 year old Beagle/Golden Retriever mix. Her vet recommended to give her SAMe an antioxidant to improve her liver health. I purchased Denamarin Chewable Tabs and gave this product to Bixi as directed. Over a time period of several weeks I noticed that Bixi was losing extreme amounts of hair to the point where I was able to just pull the hair from her coat. I discontinued the product and the hair loss stopped. 11/20/2011
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My cat was prescribed the 90mg dosage of the coated tablet for liver support, but he simply won't eat them no matter how they are disguised and it is very stressful to forcefully pill him. However in the past he was good at eating flavored chewable tablets for other meds, so I wonder if it's safe to give him the chewable denamarin for dogs as long as I cut up the larger pill to the proper dosage.
I have been crushing 1/4 chewable tablet and mixing with peanut butter or spray cheese. I worry that he may not be absorbing the supplement because it is mixed with food. I don't know how to administer it any other way. Does anyone have a suggestion to administer another way?
Answer:¬†My vet (surgeon & oncologist) prescribed the chew for my cat. They sent me home with the chews crushed & divided into 4ths to put in his feeding tube mixed with water. I would think they would not have dispensed it that way if it can't be crushed. I can understand maybe the tablets not being crushed, but the chew is going to get crushed when the dog eats it, anyway. After the tube was removed, I tried giving it via a syringe - must taste nasty as that was a no go. My local vet gave me empty capsules (which I understand you can buy on-line), to put the crushed chew so I could administer it via a pill popper. It's a #1 size which holds 1/4 of the chew. It's a pain to crush & put in the capsule, but so far is working.
Answer:¬†Hi unfortunately, you cannot crush the tablets. You can give it with food. Crunchy peanut butter and or pill pockets are great way to give them their meds. Here is the link to the pill pockets below:
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