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NutraMax Denamarin Tabs for Cats and Small Dogs upto 12-Pound-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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  • Item Weight: 9 g
  • Shipping Weight: 9 g
  • Item model number: DENAMARIN90
  • ASIN: B0011XHGQ6
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 8 2012
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #45,869 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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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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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9bbe2720) out of 5 stars 1,181 reviews
109 of 110 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9bfb11ec) out of 5 stars Stay with the blue pill in foil & thoughts on the chewable form Feb. 25 2012
By Private - Published on Amazon.com
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First, I'm writing this as a caring consumer whose dog has stage 4 lymphoma and has been helped by this supplement to improve his liver function. I've been using the large blue pill in the foil for medium size dogs for several months. This product really works. I was overjoyed when I saw a "chewable" version online and for much less money. If you have mastered a way of giving your dog the blue pill, then stick with that. The chewable pill is twice almost 3 times the size of the blue pill. I had to break the chewable into 6 smaller pieces just to try and give the supplement to my 19 lb dog. I tried to disguise the chewable treat in fresh cooked chicken. My dog picked and spat out every single piece. It must smell THAT bad. This product really works. If your dog is even slightly finicky, skip the chewables and stick with getting the blue pill down in one fell swoop. I'm back on Amazon and having to rush ship the blue pills because the chewables are a total loss. Just FYI.
84 of 89 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9bfb1414) out of 5 stars This product helped my dog's quality of life in his senior years April 25 2012
By M. Case - Published on Amazon.com
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My dog Bailey, a 12-year-old 100 lb English Pointer, has developed arthritis and had great difficulty walking, and even getting up from a prone position. The Vet prescribed Rimadyl, a widely used and very popular Non Steroidal Anti-Inflammation Drug (NSAID). She was very concerned about his liver enzyme count being high and therefore prescribed only a very low dose (75mg) for his weight (100 lbs). She also recommended that I obtain Denamarin because it helps to keep the liver enzymes under control. After two weeks of giving him Rimadyl and the Denamarin, the Rimadyl helped quite a bit and Bailey's liver enzyme count did not raise at all - in fact it lowered slightly. This was good news because any NSAIDs (even dog aspirin) can cause the liver enzymes to rise to dangerous levels. The Vet was then confident to increase his Rimadyl dosage to 100mg and his mobility has increased even more. We are now back to taking a half-mile walk every evening and he is feeling much better. I believe we will again go back to our 2 1/2 mile walk once he gets a little stronger. He has also lost some weight which also helped a lot. I attribute this success to the Rimadyl along with the Denamarin to keep Bailey's liver enzymes under control. I give him the Denamarin in the morning on an empty stomach for maximum absorption. Of course I must wrap the Denamarin in cheese so he will readily swallow it. I hope that your experience will be as successful as mine and will allow you to keep your best friend healthy for as long as possible.
55 of 57 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9bfb1678) out of 5 stars Pills are not being digested and not dissolving Oct. 27 2015
By applecove - Published on Amazon.com
I've been giving these to my cat who has liver disease. I was hoping they were working, but a few days ago she vomited and I found not ONE, but TWO undigested, undissolved Denamarin pills in her vomit. One was solid and still had all of the blue coating on it (probably the pill from that morning) and the other one was missing most of the blue coating, but was also undissolved and solid. I give these to her once a day (in the morning) so that means the other pill had been sitting in her stomach for TWO(!!) days**.

I didn't give her any Denamarin for a couple days because I was afraid that was what made her throw up. So yesterday morning I thought I'd try giving it to her again. Eight hours later she vomited and, again, I found the Denamarin pill undissolved, completely blue and solid.

Has Denamarin been reformulated?? About five years ago, I had another cat who had liver disease and I used to give her Denamarin. Sometimes she would spit the pill out and I'd grab the pill off the floor so I could give it to her again, but it would have already started dissolving and the blue coating would smear all over the floor and my fingers. If I acted quickly enough, I was able to give her the same pill, but most of the time the pill had started dissolving too much, so I'd have to throw it away and give her a new one. In other words, once the Denamarin made contact with saliva, the coating would start dissolving very quickly. Fast forward to present day and not only can I give the cat I have now the same pill over and over (sometimes I screw up on the first try and/or my cat is fussing too much) without it dissolving, but I rarely get any of the blue coating on my fingers on these retries.

Finding these undigested pills has me wondering -

a) when she doesn't vomit, how many days are they just sitting in her stomach??
b) on the days she doesn't throw up, would I find undissolved Denamarin pills in the litter box if I checked??

I've also noticed these pills remain stable (hard) outside of the foil packaging. Five years ago, if I let a pill sit out too long, it would start to get soft. I don't know what's going on, but something has changed...and not for the better.

**She eats and has regular bowel movements every day (and doesn't vomit every day), so I don't understand how the pill(s) can just sit in her stomach and not get carried down to her intestines by the food she eats? If the food is making it through her body, why not the Denamarin?? Every time I give her a pill, I immediately syringe water into her mouth so I'm pretty sure the pills aren't getting stuck in her esophagus.
37 of 37 people found the following review helpful
By Jodi - Published on Amazon.com
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It is difficult to give your cat giant blue pills.
41 of 42 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9bfb1bdc) out of 5 stars Everyone said they did not experience any bad side effects so I gave it a go Sept. 14 2015
By mary yelton - Published on Amazon.com
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Everyone said they did not experience any bad side effects so I gave it a go. My dog Zach appears to be the exception (not unusual really). He vomits the pill back up after a bit and it seemed to create more stomach unrest. It was worth a try for my best friend.


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