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Nutramax Denamarin Tabs for Cats and Small Dogs up to 12 Lbs. - 30 Tablets

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  • Liver support for both dogs and cats
  • Helps protect liver cells from cell death and may help cell repair and regeneration
  • Silybin helps to maintain liver function
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  • Shipping Weight: 9 g
  • Item model number: 01-1026-03
  • ASIN: B0011XHGQ6
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 8 2012
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Product Description

Denamarin contains SAMe which markedly increases liver glutathione levels, a potent antioxidant. SAMe also helps protect liver cells from cell death and may help cell repair and regeneration. Denamarin also has Silybin, the most active part of an extract from milk thistle. Silybin acts as an antioxidant and stimulates the flow of bile through the liver to aid in the digestion and absorption of nutrients from your pet's diet. Silybin also helps with liver cell regeneration and may enhance levels of glutathione, the liver's major "detoxifying" agent.

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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Amazing medicine for our cat's liver health! May 4 2011
By dm - Published on Amazon.com
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Our cat was near death from liver failure (due to an itchy ear medicine she had been given) and after having an ultrasound that showed no organ damage the vet wanted to take a biopsy of her liver to see if she had liver cancer from the medicine and we said no that would be too painful but we said what would you treat her with if she did have cancer the vet said chemotherapy or Denamarin, probably Denamarin first to see if her function came back. So we said to skip the biopsy and just give her the medicine, which they did. Well long story short she started eating again (bit by bit) and being able to move herself around and her liver values dropped dramatically and at her last blood test her liver values were better then they had been when she was young. So I think this medicine was literally a life saver for our cat :) And she is back to her old grumpy self :)
33 of 35 people found the following review helpful
Not as effective as S-Adenosyl-100 for our cat June 13 2012
By G. Rule - Published on Amazon.com
We've used both Denamarin, and now S-Adenosyl (and have purchased both from Amazon) for our kitty who had elevated ALT levels (over 400 originally) and was beginning to show signs of liver disease (drooling and aggressiveness). Originally, we used S-Adenosyl, as prescribed by a University of Minnesota vet who saw her initially. Her ALT level dropped to the low 200s after only two weeks. But our local vet (the UoM is a much longer drive), recommended Denamarin instead, and did not stock S-Adenosyl, so we gave that a try. The local vet seemed to feel that the two products were pretty much the same. Sheba's ALT levels went back up to the high 200s/low 300s. Better than they'd been originally, but still too high. So, we researched the actual ingredients list of S-Adenosyl vs Denamarin, and found S-Adenosyl has more active ingredients, and when you google those extra active ingredients, they all are known historically for providing liver support.

So we came to Amazon and bought some S-Adenosyl instead, since the local vet didn't carry it. The local vet was supportive when we told her what we were going to do --she just didn't know that it would make a difference. But she was willing for us to do it given the original (but only two week) S-Adenosyl experience from the University vet. Sheba's been on a daily S-Adenosyl regimen for some months now. Today, her first liver panel since we started the new regime came back. Her ALT is now 106, which our vet tells us is in the "normal" range for the test from the laboratory they use (there can be variations in what is considered "normal" from lab to lab, depending on the test they use --all of the included in this review are "apples to apples", same lab). The previous Denamarin test was 286. Hurrah!

There might be individual differences, but for us and our kitty, S-Adenosyl has definitely out-performed Denamarin. If you're not satisfied with the ALT levels that Denamarin has reduced your fur-child's ALT to, definitely give S-Adenosyl a try --you might be very happy. We are!

In fact, the local vet I talked to today, who gave me the results and discussed them with me, and has been Sheba's primary vet over this time-frame, said that she was going to recommend to the senior vet that runs that practice that they switch the whole practice over to S-Adenosyl as their recommended liver support supplement from now on. That's how impressed she was with what she was seeing, knowing the history of Sheba's treatment.

Denamarin did help, and thus three stars, just not as much as the competition.
22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
This is the real deal! March 1 2011
By Avid Jeff - Published on Amazon.com
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Our Chihuahua puppy was born with micro liver dysplasia. Her liver was not functioning at all and she would have severe seizures. I am happy to say we give her one of these a day and her liver is functioning normally and her blood work comes back perfect on every check up. This was a life saver for us. She will be 6 years old this year.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Life saver Jan. 4 2012
By AJBJ - Published on Amazon.com
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I have a 14 yr. old cat with liver issues. When liver problems first got treated by vet, it was affecting cat's kidneys also. Aggressive treatment by our vet included this pill...one a day with a little water to wash it down on an empty stomach and no food for an hour after dosage--package is for a month and needs to be given until box runs out. Our cat got better and began to thrive again. She had one relapse in a year's time and got her on this medication immediately which saved vet visits and more treatments. This pill has enabled us to have our cat alive and happy when otherwise she would have been dead.
We will have to be very aware of any weight loss going forward, but as long as we get our cat back on this pill as needed she has a quality of life equal to a healthy cat. It enables her liver to repair itself when she has an episode and keeps her kidneys from suffering too much.
This is truely a wonder drug as far as we are concerned.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Denamarin for old dogs with liver problems March 14 2012
By William R. Hudson - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been giving my 15 year old Jack Russel Denamarin for about 2 years. Last blood test indicated a drastic improvement in her liver enzymes. She continues to show signs of her age, but is doing better on this medication.

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