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Helping my dog's enzymes to go DOWN!
Like so many others, I had to figure out "the trick" to getting my dog to take these pills... For me the best thing was some cheap fake cheese, American cheese singles (pasteurized processed junk LOL), just wrap a thin coating/layer around the pill and down it goes!
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Lowered liver enzymes in my senior dog!
My senior chihuahua had elevated liver enzymes and occasional nausea. The cause was unclear from tests. But all of her levels are back to normal after a month on this pill! I aimed for daily, but sometimes it was given every other day. My dog takes it without issue when it's covered with a little peanut butter. I gave it at night before bed, ~4-6 hours after her dinn.
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How I get my cat to take:
I just wanted to share how I got my cat to take these extremely bitter pills after finding out she had extremely high liver enzymes. I tried old fashioned pilling--no matter what I did (butter, oil), the pill got stuck in her throat and she would vomit it up. I tried pill pockets. Lucy would bite it, then spit it out. I spent almost $100 (got the pills from the vet; took them to a pharmaceutical compounder to make them into a "treat" haha). Lucy would sniff the "treat" and run the other way. I got another bottle from the vet. I got a package of Pill Pockets. I bought a box of FortiFlora packets (you can get them here -- not cheap, but they'll last you a while). The vet told me not to break the pills as this would increase bitterness, but I thought what the heck? The cat has to have this or die. Broke the pill into smaller pieces; divided the Pill Pockets in half (I discovered if it was full size it would be too big and she'd bite into it), wrap each pieces in a half of a Pill Pocket, then--THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART-- put the little pill balls into a zip top sandwich bag and sprinkled about a 1/4 tsp of FortiFlora into the bag and rolled the Pill Pocket balls in the powder--kind of like making a sugared doughnut hole. I put them on the floor with a couple of favorite treats and she gobbled them up. She's been doing this for nearly a month now; we still need to check her liver enzymes again, but she seems so much better and I am so happy I finally found a way to get her to take her meds.
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Miracle drug
Before I start my review, I first wanted to tell the only way I can get my ten pound Chihuahua-Pomeranian to take this pill is peanut butter. I put the pill with a glob of peanut butter on the middle of her tongue and she is so busy licking her chops, she just swallows it. I have tried everything else--cream cheese, hot dogs, sliced cheese, and trying to put it down her throat. June 11, 2020, the third day my dog had been vomiting, I took her to pet emergency. I thought it was her kidneys and it turned out her liver was enlarged. She was acting normally when I took her in. There have always been dog food and treats she could not hold down. Science Diet dog food is the only thing I can give her and Science Diet beef jerky treats and Bil Jac treats. At pet emergency they decided to keep her overnight. The first test they gave her, the ALT was off the charts. The second one they gave her, the ALT was 2,654. They put her on liquids and gave her Denamarin. She was in the emergency hospital 41 hours. I brought her home and it took her about five days to get back to her normal self. I took her back to the vet a week later and her ALT numbers were going down. After two months her ALT numbers were normal. The vet decided to take her off the Denamarin, August 14, to see how she would do. I was a little nervous about it. I had read all the reviews about Denamarin. After two weeks, I noticed she might have been mouth breathing a little and maybe shivering a little. I made an appointment to have the liver values checked again. I had ordered Denamarin through Pet Meds. As soon as she had the bloodwork done, I put her back on the Denamarin I had ordered through Pet Meds. Two days after the bloodwork I got the results that the ALT was 700. If I had not immediately put her back on Denamarin an hour after the test, she would have had to go back to the emergency vet. Now she will be on Denamarin the rest of her life. I feel much better about it. I ordered seven boxes of Denamarin to get me through until May. The emergency vet cost $1800.00, so I want to prevent her from going back. She is back to her normal self, going for hour to hour and a half walks every day. I get the little blue Denamarin pills. She did not want to eat the bigger chewable pills.
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Lexi
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Put your pill in a small ball of cream cheese. Works like a charm. Break pill in half first . Then it will give you 2 treats for your puppy!!
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Tam63
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It’s helping
Our vet prescribed this medication for our 11 year old beagle because she has a tumor on her liver, she don’t take pills so we use a pill crusher and put it in some moist dog food and she gobbles it right down. She’s been on this since February of this year when she was diagnosed and her numbers were high, at first we were unsure if it was working because her recheck she got blood drawn again and her numbers were way off the chart BUT now a couple weeks ago she had another check and her numbers and coming down almost half from where they were, there still high but not near as high as before. Hoping for the best for our little girl (AND her tummy isn’t as hard or swollen)
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She won’t go near it!
My vet just gave Denamarin to my dog yesterday. Today was her first one. We got the chewable ones. My dog will eat pretty much anything- except these. She won’t go near them. I’ve tried wrapping a piece in cheese, she spit it out. I tried wrapping it in some of her meat and she got 1/4 down but isn’t interested in the remaining 3/4. These things cost a fortune and now I get to donate 29 from a bottle of 30. If your dog is at all picky, don’t waste your money.
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Posted 2 weeks ago
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Why is the prescription medicine denamarin out of stock?
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Thank you for your question. Denamarin is an otc item and does not require a prescription. Currently this product is on manufacturer back order. The estimated back to stock date is 10/2021.
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When will you have either Denamarin or Denosyl back in stock?
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Thank you for your question. Denosyl is available for small & cat up to 12lb and for dogs over 35lbs. For medium size dogs 13 to 34lbs the estimated back to stock date is 9/15/2021. In regards to Denamarin the estimated back in stock 10/15/21.
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is denamarin safe to give to a diabetic dog? does it have any side effects like hypoglycemia ?
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what is with the Denamarin shortage?
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Thank you for your question. Denamarin is out of stock due to a manufacturer's backorder; however, the great news is that we offer Denosyl as an effective alternative that is made by the same manufacturer.
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What are Denamarin Tablets?

Denamarin Tablets are a nutritional supplement containing the antioxidant Silybin used to improve your pet's liver function by increasing liver glutathione levels. The tablets come in three different strengths; for cats and small dogs, for medium dogs, or for large dogs.

For:

Cats and Dogs

Benefits:

  • Supports healthy liver function by raising antioxidant levels
  • Silybin aids digestion and absorption of nutrients from your pet's diet
  • No known side effects

How do Denamarin Tablets work?

Denamarin combines a pure S-Adenosylmethionine (SAMe) with silybin to provide a one-two punch to keep your pets liver healthy. Silybin supports the flow of bile through the liver which helps with the digestion and absorption of nutrients from your pet's diet. Silybin also helps to regenerate liver cells and may enhance levels of glutathione, an antioxidant that helps to protect cells from toxins such as free radicals.

Cautions:

Store in a cool dry place.

Brand Name:

Denamarin

Active Ingredient(s):

S-Adenosylmethionine, Silybin A+B

What is the most important thing I should know about Denamarin Tablets?

Denamarin for dogs and cats is a patented nutritional supplement for veterinary use in dogs and cats. Denamarin combines a pure and stabilized S-Adenosylmethionine with Silybin to provide a multi-faceted approach to liver support.

How should Denamarin Tablets be given?

For cats and small dogs up to 12 pounds give 1 tablet of the small size. For medium dogs 13 to 34 pounds give 1 tablet of the medium size. For large dogs 35 to 65 pounds give 1 tablet of the large size. For large dogs 66 to 120 pounds give 2 tablets of the large size, and for large dogs over 120 pounds give 3 tablets of the large size. The tablets should be given on an empty stomach at least one hour before a meal for optimal absorption, typically one hour before feeding in the morning. For owners who find it difficult to administer tablet(s) to their pets, Denamarin may be disguised in a small bite of food. The number of tablets administered may be gradually reduced, or increased, at any time at the recommendation of your veterinarian. Tablets are sensitive to moisture and extreme heat and should not be split or crumbled.

What are the potential side effects of Denamarin Tablets?

There are no known side effects.

What happens if I overdose my pet on Denamarin Tablets?

Contact your veterinarian or veterinary emergency room.

Denamarin Tablets Directions:

  • Denamarin contains S-adenosylmethionine (SAMe) and Silybin, the most active part of an extract from milk thistle.
  • Denamarin helps protect liver cells and may help cell repair and regeneration.
  • Denamarin is a non-prescription product available in blister pack boxes of 30 for cats and small dogs, medium dogs, and large dogs.
Tip:

The tablets should be given on an empty stomach at least one hour before a meal for optimal absorption. For owners who find it difficult to administer tablet(s) to their pets, Denamarin may be disguised in a small bite of food. Tablets are sensitive to moisture and extreme heat and should not be split or crumbled.

Denamarin Tablets Dosage for Dogs:
WeightDosage
Under 12 lbsGive 1 tablet of the small size tablet daily
13-34 lbsGive 1 tablet of the medium size tablet daily
35-65 lbsGive 1 tablet of the large size tablet daily
66-120 lbsGive 2 tablets of the large size tablet daily
120 lbs and overGive 3 tablets of the large size tablet daily
Denamarin Tablets Dosage for Cats:
WeightDosage
All weightsGive 1 tablet of the small size tablet daily
Denamarin Tablets Dosage for Horses:
Horses
Do not use!
Storage:

Store in a cool dry place. Keep tablets in the original blister pack until used.

Denamarin Ingredients:

Denamarin for Cats and Small Dogs up to 12 lb:
Active Ingredients (per tablet)Amount
S-Adenosylmethionine90 mg
Silybin A+B9 mg
Denamarin for Medium Dogs 13 to 34 lbs:
Active Ingredients (per tablet)Amount
S-Adenosylmethionine225 mg
Silybin A+B24 mg
Denamarin for Large Dogs 35 lbs and over
Active Ingredients (per tablet)Amount
S-Adenosylmethionine425 mg
Silybin A+B35 mg

What are Denamarin Tablets?

Denamarin Tablets are a nutritional supplement containing the antioxidant Silybin used to improve your pet's liver function by increasing liver glutathione levels. The tablets come in three different strengths; for cats and small dogs, for medium dogs, or for large dogs.

For:

Cats and Dogs

Benefits:

  • Supports healthy liver function by raising antioxidant levels
  • Silybin aids digestion and absorption of nutrients from your pet's diet
  • No known side effects

How do Denamarin Tablets work?

Denamarin combines a pure S-Adenosylmethionine (SAMe) with silybin to provide a one-two punch to keep your pets liver healthy. Silybin supports the flow of bile through the liver which helps with the digestion and absorption of nutrients from your pet's diet. Silybin also helps to regenerate liver cells and may enhance levels of glutathione, an antioxidant that helps to protect cells from toxins such as free radicals.

Cautions:

Store in a cool dry place.

Brand Name:

Denamarin

Active Ingredient(s):

S-Adenosylmethionine, Silybin A+B

What is the most important thing I should know about Denamarin Tablets?

Denamarin for dogs and cats is a patented nutritional supplement for veterinary use in dogs and cats. Denamarin combines a pure and stabilized S-Adenosylmethionine with Silybin to provide a multi-faceted approach to liver support.

How should Denamarin Tablets be given?

For cats and small dogs up to 12 pounds give 1 tablet of the small size. For medium dogs 13 to 34 pounds give 1 tablet of the medium size. For large dogs 35 to 65 pounds give 1 tablet of the large size. For large dogs 66 to 120 pounds give 2 tablets of the large size, and for large dogs over 120 pounds give 3 tablets of the large size. The tablets should be given on an empty stomach at least one hour before a meal for optimal absorption, typically one hour before feeding in the morning. For owners who find it difficult to administer tablet(s) to their pets, Denamarin may be disguised in a small bite of food. The number of tablets administered may be gradually reduced, or increased, at any time at the recommendation of your veterinarian. Tablets are sensitive to moisture and extreme heat and should not be split or crumbled.

What are the potential side effects of Denamarin Tablets?

There are no known side effects.

What happens if I overdose my pet on Denamarin Tablets?

Contact your veterinarian or veterinary emergency room.

Denamarin Tablets Directions:

  • Denamarin contains S-adenosylmethionine (SAMe) and Silybin, the most active part of an extract from milk thistle.
  • Denamarin helps protect liver cells and may help cell repair and regeneration.
  • Denamarin is a non-prescription product available in blister pack boxes of 30 for cats and small dogs, medium dogs, and large dogs.
Tip:

The tablets should be given on an empty stomach at least one hour before a meal for optimal absorption. For owners who find it difficult to administer tablet(s) to their pets, Denamarin may be disguised in a small bite of food. Tablets are sensitive to moisture and extreme heat and should not be split or crumbled.

Denamarin Tablets Dosage for Dogs:
WeightDosage
Under 12 lbsGive 1 tablet of the small size tablet daily
13-34 lbsGive 1 tablet of the medium size tablet daily
35-65 lbsGive 1 tablet of the large size tablet daily
66-120 lbsGive 2 tablets of the large size tablet daily
120 lbs and overGive 3 tablets of the large size tablet daily
Denamarin Tablets Dosage for Cats:
WeightDosage
All weightsGive 1 tablet of the small size tablet daily
Denamarin Tablets Dosage for Horses:
Horses
Do not use!
Storage:

Store in a cool dry place. Keep tablets in the original blister pack until used.

Denamarin Ingredients:

Denamarin for Cats and Small Dogs up to 12 lb:
Active Ingredients (per tablet)Amount
S-Adenosylmethionine90 mg
Silybin A+B9 mg
Denamarin for Medium Dogs 13 to 34 lbs:
Active Ingredients (per tablet)Amount
S-Adenosylmethionine225 mg
Silybin A+B24 mg
Denamarin for Large Dogs 35 lbs and over
Active Ingredients (per tablet)Amount
S-Adenosylmethionine425 mg
Silybin A+B35 mg
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joolee13
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Helping my dog's enzymes to go DOWN!
Like so many others, I had to figure out "the trick" to getting my dog to take these pills... For me the best thing was some cheap fake cheese, American cheese singles (pasteurized processed junk LOL), just wrap a thin coating/layer around the pill and down it goes!
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Lowered liver enzymes in my senior dog!
My senior chihuahua had elevated liver enzymes and occasional nausea. The cause was unclear from tests. But all of her levels are back to normal after a month on this pill! I aimed for daily, but sometimes it was given every other day. My dog takes it without issue when it's covered with a little peanut butter. I gave it at night before bed, ~4-6 hours after her dinn.
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PipandLucysMom
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How I get my cat to take:
I just wanted to share how I got my cat to take these extremely bitter pills after finding out she had extremely high liver enzymes. I tried old fashioned pilling--no matter what I did (butter, oil), the pill got stuck in her throat and she would vomit it up. I tried pill pockets. Lucy would bite it, then spit it out. I spent almost $100 (got the pills from the vet; took them to a pharmaceutical compounder to make them into a "treat" haha). Lucy would sniff the "treat" and run the other way. I got another bottle from the vet. I got a package of Pill Pockets. I bought a box of FortiFlora packets (you can get them here -- not cheap, but they'll last you a while). The vet told me not to break the pills as this would increase bitterness, but I thought what the heck? The cat has to have this or die. Broke the pill into smaller pieces; divided the Pill Pockets in half (I discovered if it was full size it would be too big and she'd bite into it), wrap each pieces in a half of a Pill Pocket, then--THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART-- put the little pill balls into a zip top sandwich bag and sprinkled about a 1/4 tsp of FortiFlora into the bag and rolled the Pill Pocket balls in the powder--kind of like making a sugared doughnut hole. I put them on the floor with a couple of favorite treats and she gobbled them up. She's been doing this for nearly a month now; we still need to check her liver enzymes again, but she seems so much better and I am so happy I finally found a way to get her to take her meds.
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Jolene
Posted 9 months ago
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Miracle drug
Before I start my review, I first wanted to tell the only way I can get my ten pound Chihuahua-Pomeranian to take this pill is peanut butter. I put the pill with a glob of peanut butter on the middle of her tongue and she is so busy licking her chops, she just swallows it. I have tried everything else--cream cheese, hot dogs, sliced cheese, and trying to put it down her throat. June 11, 2020, the third day my dog had been vomiting, I took her to pet emergency. I thought it was her kidneys and it turned out her liver was enlarged. She was acting normally when I took her in. There have always been dog food and treats she could not hold down. Science Diet dog food is the only thing I can give her and Science Diet beef jerky treats and Bil Jac treats. At pet emergency they decided to keep her overnight. The first test they gave her, the ALT was off the charts. The second one they gave her, the ALT was 2,654. They put her on liquids and gave her Denamarin. She was in the emergency hospital 41 hours. I brought her home and it took her about five days to get back to her normal self. I took her back to the vet a week later and her ALT numbers were going down. After two months her ALT numbers were normal. The vet decided to take her off the Denamarin, August 14, to see how she would do. I was a little nervous about it. I had read all the reviews about Denamarin. After two weeks, I noticed she might have been mouth breathing a little and maybe shivering a little. I made an appointment to have the liver values checked again. I had ordered Denamarin through Pet Meds. As soon as she had the bloodwork done, I put her back on the Denamarin I had ordered through Pet Meds. Two days after the bloodwork I got the results that the ALT was 700. If I had not immediately put her back on Denamarin an hour after the test, she would have had to go back to the emergency vet. Now she will be on Denamarin the rest of her life. I feel much better about it. I ordered seven boxes of Denamarin to get me through until May. The emergency vet cost $1800.00, so I want to prevent her from going back. She is back to her normal self, going for hour to hour and a half walks every day. I get the little blue Denamarin pills. She did not want to eat the bigger chewable pills.
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sandi2
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Breed Yorkie
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Lexi
Posted 1 year ago
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Put your pill in a small ball of cream cheese. Works like a charm. Break pill in half first . Then it will give you 2 treats for your puppy!!
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Tam63
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It’s helping
Our vet prescribed this medication for our 11 year old beagle because she has a tumor on her liver, she don’t take pills so we use a pill crusher and put it in some moist dog food and she gobbles it right down. She’s been on this since February of this year when she was diagnosed and her numbers were high, at first we were unsure if it was working because her recheck she got blood drawn again and her numbers were way off the chart BUT now a couple weeks ago she had another check and her numbers and coming down almost half from where they were, there still high but not near as high as before. Hoping for the best for our little girl (AND her tummy isn’t as hard or swollen)
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She won’t go near it!
My vet just gave Denamarin to my dog yesterday. Today was her first one. We got the chewable ones. My dog will eat pretty much anything- except these. She won’t go near them. I’ve tried wrapping a piece in cheese, she spit it out. I tried wrapping it in some of her meat and she got 1/4 down but isn’t interested in the remaining 3/4. These things cost a fortune and now I get to donate 29 from a bottle of 30. If your dog is at all picky, don’t waste your money.
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Posted 2 weeks ago
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QUESTION
Why is the prescription medicine denamarin out of stock?
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Thank you for your question. Denamarin is an otc item and does not require a prescription. Currently this product is on manufacturer back order. The estimated back to stock date is 10/2021.
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Posted 3 weeks ago
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When will you have either Denamarin or Denosyl back in stock?
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Thank you for your question. Denosyl is available for small & cat up to 12lb and for dogs over 35lbs. For medium size dogs 13 to 34lbs the estimated back to stock date is 9/15/2021. In regards to Denamarin the estimated back in stock 10/15/21.
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Posted 3 weeks ago
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When will Denamarin be back in stock?
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Thank you for your question. The estimated back to stock date is 10/15/21.
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Crystal RPTechnician
Posted 2 weeks ago
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only me
Posted 3 weeks ago
Posted 3 weeks ago
QUESTION
is denamarin safe to give to a diabetic dog? does it have any side effects like hypoglycemia ?
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Thank you for your question. Consult your veterinarian prior to administering this supplement.
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Crystal RPTechnician
Posted 2 days ago
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Matt
Posted 1 month ago
Posted 1 month ago
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what is with the Denamarin shortage?
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Thank you for your question. Denamarin is out of stock due to a manufacturer's backorder; however, the great news is that we offer Denosyl as an effective alternative that is made by the same manufacturer.
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Crystal RPTechnician
Posted 1 month ago
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Alifontana
Posted 2 months ago
Posted 2 months ago
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Why is this out of stock everywhere?
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Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, Denamarin is out of stock due to a manufacturer's backorder; however, the great news is that we offer Denosyl as an effective alternative that is made by the same manufacturer.
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Crystal RPTechnician
Posted 1 month ago
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