If the liver fails in any animal, the end will be soon.
The liver is the largest internal organ in the human body and it plays a significant role in the metabolism.
Of its many functions the ridding of toxins is one of the most important.
The same goes for pets too, for that matter.
The liver possesses amazing regenerative powers, and can heal itself if a part is removed.
But only in a healthy body. In an unhealthy body the liver may well fail, leading to death.
Don't forget too that the liver can be affected by disease. Let's take a look specifically at dog diseases.
Firstly there's Chronic Active Hepatitis dogs, somewhat similar to cirrhosis of the liver but of course not caused by alcohol. The causes are often unclear, but the site is always the liver.
Because a disease is present, the body is provoked into releasing antibodies which clog up the liver.
Add the build up of toxins that cannot be excreted and you will see very quickly how the liver could fail.
If you have Doberman Pinschers, Cocker Spaniels and certain terriers you should keep an eye open for signs of this illness as they are prone to it.
Other serious illnesses that could affect the liver are cancer and hepatitis. Rest assured that most dogs will not suffer from these diseases, but there is a way to help prevent problems.
It contains S-Adenosylmethionine SAMe which stimulates glutathione production and silybin.
SAMe also prevents cell death in the liver and is thought to aid in the repair and regeneration of the liver.
Denamarin should be seen as part of a preventative health regime to protect the liver from illness and harm.
In this way the functioning of the liver will help the body get rid of toxins therefore reducing the chance of disease.
Produced in doses suitable for small, medium and large dogs, Denamarin is a small expense that could end up saving you thousands of dollars and your dog's life.
Doesn't prevention make more sense than a cure?
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