Increase the vitality and length of your pet’s life by cleansing their liver regularly! NaturPet’s LIVER CARE is an oral remedy containing Milk Thistle to clean and protect your pet’s liver from the damaging buildup of toxins and microbes that can result in illness. Cleaning the filters in your car or furnace is a simple maintenance procedure that helps these machines run better. Regular cleaning of the filter (also known as the liver) in your pet’s body will help his systems run better too! For a great regular cleanse routine follow with NaturPet’s URINARY CARE two or three times a year. Keep those engines running!
• Determine pet’s weight
• Select the correct dose from chart based on pet’s weight
• Using the included plastic dropper, place dose directly into mouth, on pet’s food or dilute in water for consumption.
• Give dose twice a day
EX. If pet weighs 30 lbs, they get 2.0 ml in the AM and 2.0 ml in the PM.
Make sure to shake bottle before administering dosing. Sediment is natural for herbal products- it is just little bits of good stuff!
Refrigerate after opening. Product is good for 6 months once opened.
Ingredients & Benefits
Milk thistle seeds (Silybum marianum)
Pets can be exposed to a variety of toxins within their environment from chemicals such as those found in lawn fertilizer and floor and carpet cleaning agents. Milk thistle is the most commonly known and used herb for liver health, and for good reason. The constituent silymarin, the most active flavonoid complex found in milk thistle, not only protects the cells of the liver by blocking entrance of harmful toxins and damaging environmental pollutants, but also removes these toxins from liver cells. This action has been verified by hundreds of research papers from around the world. Silymarin also has the astonishing property of being able to regenerate liver cells that have been damaged by hepatitis or other liver diseases, or by chemical or biological pollutants; it reduces fibrosis associated with these conditions which eventually leads to death if left untreated.