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Blooming Pets Milk Thistle Liquid

  • 250ml Bottle £7.57

Description

Blooming Pets Milk Thistle Liquid is a very powerful herb to help support damaged livers. Also reputed to help manage cholesterol, support the pancreas, and help flush heavy metals from the body.

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Dosage

18th Jan 2017
Alison

I have a 46kg Rottie that the vet has advised Milk Thistle may help with his liver - he is almost 11 - what dosage would he need

  • Veterinary Advisor

The recommended dose for your dog would be 10mls daily which is equivalent to 2 teaspoons. This would mean one bottle would last around 25 days.

Ingredients

20th Dec 2016
Julie Reay
  • VioVet Customer Since: December 2016
  • From: Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom

Can you please tell me the ingrients in this. Is it alcohol free?

  • Veterinary Advisor

The ingredients are pure Milk Thistle soaked in Benzo Alcohol to make it into a liquid.

Liver Shunt

19th Dec 2016
Julie Reay
  • VioVet Customer Since: December 2016
  • From: Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom

Would this be advantageous for my six month old puppy who has just had surgery to repair a Liver Shunt. The surgery was 2 weeks ago. She is on Clavabactin and Lactulose and eating Roayl Canin Hepatic dry food?

  • Veterinary Advisor

Milk thistle is thought to support damaged livers and so is likely to be of benefit to your puppy. It certainly won't do any harm so I would give it a go. Best of luck.