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What is Denosyl for Dogs?
Liver disease in pets is a serious medical condition which can have many causes such as injury, toxicity, viral or bacterial infection, or genetic predisposition. Your veterinarian will aim to treat the condition that is causing the liver disease in your pet to help restore normal liver function. Luckily, the liver is an organ with a strong regenerative capacity. Denosyl for dogs is an over-the-counter nutritional supplement which is used to help enhance liver function for pets with liver failure. Denosyl for dogs also acts as a neuroprotector to help support brain health.
How does Denosyl for dogs work?
The active ingredient in Denosyl for dogs is S- Adenosylmethionine (SAMe), which has been shown to increase glutathione levels in your pet’s liver. When SAMe in Denosyl for dogs is metabolized, glutathione is formed. Glutathione is a powerful anti-oxidant which helps detoxify the liver. In addition to increasing glutathione levels, Denosyl for dogs has been shown to protect liver cells from cell death and may help in hepatic cell repair and regeneration.
How will I know if Denosyl for dogs is helping?
After taking Denosyl for dogs and your pet begins to feel better, you may note an increase in your dog’s appetite and activity level. Your veterinarian will provide advice regarding recommended follow-up blood work and exams to monitor your pet’s health and liver function.
More about Denosyl for dogs:
Denosyl for dogs is manufactured by Nutramax Laboratories, the makers of the popular supplement, Cosequin. Denosyl for dogs is safe and well-tolerated by pets, and there are no reported side effects. Denosyl for dogs is the only SAMe nutritional supplement used in US published veterinary research studies.
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