This all natural, homeopathic formula for dogs with liver disease safely helps to soothe your dog’s liver dysfunction including pain and swelling around the abdominal area, jaundice and relieve symptoms associated with digestive distress within the liver and the gallbladder.
All the herbal ingredients in this formula are commonly used by homeopathic doctors in cases where a dog’s liver is enlarged or inflamed and lethargic.
The formula also addresses your dog’s unhealthy gallbladder issues including pain, nausea, bloating and indigestion.
- Balances and stimulates healthy liver function
- Addresses stagnant, lethargic liver function
- Relieves pain and swelling in the abdominal area
- Eases indigestion arising from rich or fatty foods
- Decreases inflammation in both the liver and gallbladder
Diet plays the most vital role of all in the healing of your dog’s liver. Please feed a good diet. No kibble or canned junk dog foods. Home made meals are essential for your dog at this point. For dogs that are not suffering from Hepatic Encephalopathy, the recipes in our cookbook for liver disease can be used. We also offer a few free recipes here. For help with how to get your dog’s HepaticEncephalopathy under control, contact us here.
How to Improve Liver Function Naturally?
The Role of Liver Function Support
Liver Function Support serves to give dogs a foundation of liver health. This 100 percent homeopathic formula soothes many of the symptoms of liver failure and liver disease, operating without damaging side effects and without doing more damage to the system. Because the herbal ingredients in Liver Function Support are gentle on the body, owners can rest assured their pets are safe.
Liver Function Support uses a proprietary blend that includes the following ingredients:
- Carduus Marianus
- Cynara Scolymus
- Kali Muriaticum
- Taraxacum Officinale
- And inactive ingredients like purified water, USP cane ethanol and USP glycerin
Liver Function Support Dosage Instructions:
Liver Function Support should be administered straight into the pet’s mouth. The drops can be diluted with water and delivered with a syringe. The drops can also be added to food or water, but it’s important to distribute the entire dosage steadily.
Liver Function Support should be used three to five times daily:
- Dogs and cats under 20 pounds should take doses of 10 drops
- Dogs 20 to 50 pounds should have a 15-drop dosage
- Dogs over 50 pounds require a dosage of 20 drops
These doses can be modified in acute cases, where one dose every 15 minutes can be administered for relief of symptoms. Pet owners can also use doses as part of a prevention routine.
Unfortunately for dogs, the liver is often one of the most disregarded of all the body’s organs. This vital organ – and it is a vital organ – isn’t necessarily thought of when people consider what goes on under the proverbial hood of their four-legged friends. But the liver plays a central role in a host of bodily functions, like detoxifying the blood, producing bile and metabolizing energy sources.
When a dog suffers a liver problem, therefore, it can be catastrophic. That’s why Liver Function Support is such a necessary herbal product, as it provides exactly what the name says, lending itself to comprehensive liver function and the relief of several symptoms associated with liver problems.
When Liver Function Goes Wrong
When a dog’s liver struggles, the dog struggles. And that produces a range of effects that impact other systems of the body, leading to a potential avalanche of symptomology that can create major problems for pets.
The first to watch for when it comes to liver issues is jaundice. This is the yellowing of the skin, which is most often spotted in the ears, eyes and gums. This happens because the liver produces something called bilirubin, a by-product of the breakdown of red blood cells. If the liver does not successfully flush this bilirubin from the body, it builds up and the effect is that yellowish tinge.
There are also neurological signs associated with a malfunctioning liver. These can be rather frightening. Dogs can experience seizures, depression, disorientation, changes in personality, and even blindness.
And yes, the liver even effects the digestive system. When something goes awry in the liver, dogs can exhibit weight loss, loss of appetite, increased urination, increased drinking, vomiting, and alterations in the color of stools. Fluid may also retain in the abdomen, leading to bloating.