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Denamarin, Tablets - 22521-1074
Denamarin, Tablets - 22521-1074
Denamarin, Tablets - 22521-1074

Denamarin, Tablets

  • Denamarin® is the number one veterinarian recommended liver support brand for both dogs and cats
  • A patented formula with two active ingredients, S-Adenosylmethionine (SAMe) and Silybin
  • SAMe helps protect liver cells from cell death and may help cell repair and regeneration
  • Silybin has been shown to support liver function by helping to maintain a healthy oxidative balance
  • Also helps support brain health
Denamarin® is the number one veterinarian recommended liver support brand for both dogs and cats. A patented formula made with two active ingredients, S-Adenosylmethionine (SAMe) and Silybin, which work together to help protect liver cells. SAMe has been found to increase liver levels of glutathione, an important compound for liver health. It also has been shown to help protect liver cells from cell death, plus it may help cell repair and regeneration. Silybin has been shown to support liver function by helping to maintain a healthy oxidative balance.

While Denamarin® is best known for supporting the liver, it also helps support brain health. Research has shown that aging dogs have a decrease in levels of S-Adenosylmethionine (SAMe) in cerebrospinal fluid, which surrounds the brain. Denamarin® provides SAMe in a stabilized form to assist with brain health and act as a neuroprotector. The Silybin also supports the oxidative balance in the brain.
For use in dogs and cats only.

Keep out of reach of children.
Storage:
Store in a cool, dry place and do not exceed 86°F. Keep tablets in original blister pack until used.
Active Ingredients:
Cat/Small Dog (Up to 12 lbs): 90 mg SAMe, 9 mg Slybin A+B
Medium Dog (13 to 34 lbs): 225 mg SAMe, 24 mg Silybin A+B
Large Dogs (35+ lbs): 425 mg SAMe, 35 mg Silybin A+B
Tablets are sensitive to moisture and extreme heat and should not be split or crumbled. For optimal absorption, tablets should be given on an empty stomach, at least one hour before feeding. It is recommended for pet owners to administer 3 to 6 cc of water immediately following any tablet administration to speed passage of the tablet into the stomach. If the pet is to receive more than one tablet daily, the total number of tablets may be divided between morning and evening for ease of administration.

Cat/Small Dog (Up to 12 lbs): Give 1 tablet daily
Medium Dog (13 to 34 lbs): Give 1 tablet daily
Large Dogs (35 lbs+): Give 1 tablet daily for 35 to 65 lbs dogs; 2 tablets daily for 66 to 120 lbs; and 3 tablets daily for 120+ lbs.

Product Reviews
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Has worked for my dachshund
By: NolaGirl
From: Gretna, LA
My dachshund has had high ALT off and on for a couple of years. My vet prescribed Denamarin, and it does help. Her ALT levels have been consistently lower, often even normal. She continues to do well. If your vet recommends this product, I think it's worth the money. And Revival sells it at a price much lower than the vet.
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