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Milk Thistle for Dogs

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Milk Thistle – For Pet Liver Disease

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Ever wondered why Sylvester couldn’t catch Tweety, why the Roadrunner always outran Wile E. Coyote, or why Tom never, ever got the better of Jerry… Perhaps a sluggish liver left these cartoon characters lethargic and lacking in acme power.

Liver damage is a common problem for pets; it can be caused by infection, poisoning, and heart disease, or exposure to insecticides, pesticides, and even prescribed medication. If you are worried that your pet may have liver problems check for symptoms like unexplained weight loss, vomiting, or diarrhea.

If they seem lethargic and they are drinking and peeing a lot, or their urine is darker than usual, it could be a warning signal that their liver is not functioning as well as it should.

Some canine breeds such as Dobermans or West Highland Terriers are genetically susceptible to liver damage and if it is not addressed it could lead to the more serious problem.

A dose of milk thistle for your dog is a good boost for their overworked liver.

Check your dogs’ gums, tongue, and the whites of the eyes; if they seem yellow it might be a sign of jaundice caused by liver failure. Check for swelling in the abdomen or around the lower limbs, this could be due to an accumulation of fluids known as Ascites, another sign of a stressed-out liver. A dose of milk thistle for your dog is a good boost for their overworked liver.

Cats have particularly sensitive livers but you can easily address this problem safely and naturally with milk thistle for your cat.

In fact, milk thistle is highly recommended to help offset potential liver damage caused by medications such as a Phenobarbital prescription or heart-worm medication. This natural pet product helps protect your furbaby without compromising the effects of the medicine.

As with all medication and natural remedies administering the correct dosage is vital. Check the label for instructions, if you give your pet too much it may cause an upset tummy and mild diarrhea.

Now that’s a problem that cartoon characters don’t have to deal with!

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Published: March 6, 2013

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