HepatiNorm™ Liver Support Sprinkle Capsules for Cats & Dogs

HepatiNorm™ Liver Support Sprinkle Capsules for Cats & Dogs
90 Capsules

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  • 90 Capsules £14.99

Description

Our unique blend of active ingredients have been carefully selected for their ability to provide comprehensive support where liver function is compromised, all put into a sneaky sprinkle capsule which is easily mixed into food.

How can HepatiNorm™ help?

Supports normal liver function

HepatiNorm™ provides DL-Methionine, a natural precursor of SAM-e, which is critical in supporting the normal functioning of the liver.

Provides a powerful and natural antioxidant

Milk Thistle, rich in the antioxidant Silymarin, has been very well documented for its benefits to liver health, including a protective role against potential damage caused by free radicals.

Helps to protect and ease stress on liver cells

Includes compounds that can aid in reducing the oxidative stress of liver cells, helping to ease their workload, as well as providing ingredients that can play a role in avoiding excessive build-up of cholesterol & fats in the liver.

Supports the body during liver stress
Since pets with liver problems can often be deficient in vitamin B, we have also included a complex of B vitamins to assist with not only the normal functioning of the liver, but to provide support to the rest of the body.

Feeding Guide:

Capsules can either be fed whole or opened and mixed in with food. We recommend dividing the amounts between meals.

Weight (kg) Capsules per day
Cats & Dogs <10kg 2
Dogs 11-20kg 3
Dogs 21-30kg 4
Dogs 31-40kg 5

Active ingredients per capsule:

Milk Thistle Extract (providing 80% Silymarin & 30% Silibinin / Silybin) 100mg

Inositol 20mg

Choline 20mg

DL-Methionine 20mg

Pantothenic Acid (Calcium Pantothenate) 10mg

Vitamin B-1 (Thiamine) 5mg

Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin) 5mg

Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine) 5mg

Alpha Lipoic Acid (Vit. B-5) 5mg

Vitamin B-12 (Cyanocobalamin) 10mcg

Technological Additives:

Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide.

Analytical Constituents:

Carbohydrates 55%, Crude Protein 29%, Crude Fat 1.1%, Crude Fibre 3.7%, Crude Ash 1.6%, Moisture 9.6%.

Safety & Storage:

For animal use only. If more than the recommended amount is consumed, monitor for signs of digestive upset. Keep out of reach of children and other animals. Do not use if tamper-evident seal is broken or missing. To be stored in a cool dry place between 10-25oC, keep out of direct sunlight.

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Reviews (2)

Summary of Reviews for HepatiNorm™ Liver Support Sprinkle Capsules for Cats & Dogs

Overall 5
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By on 10 January 2022

Give these capsules to my Chorkie as the medication he has for epilepsy affect his liver. They are easy to give mixed in with his food twice a day and are doing the job that more expensive ones from the vet do. Very pleased with my purchase and quick delivery from Viovet.

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By on 14 August 2020

Particularly bought for Mindy as vet said she had a slight liver problem but give to Mork as well.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding HepatiNorm™ Liver Support Sprinkle Capsules for Cats & Dogs, including answers from our team.

5 May 2022 at 6:11am

Liver support

Amanda

Can I use these as an equivalent product to
Zentonil advance 100 for cats?

  • VioVet Staff

These are both liver supplements and contain similar ingredients to help support the liver. Zentonil contains SAM-e though whilst HepatiNorm contains a precursor to SAM-e, this means technically they are different. You should only switch supplements alongside advice from your vet because of this.
If you would like more advice on liver supplements I recommend reading our blog on this, link provided here.

18 April 2022 at 11:15pm

Use with other supplements

Phil.

One of the ingredients of Hepatinorm is dl-methionine. This amino acid is a precursor of s-adenosylmethionine (S.A.M.-e), but a dog with impaired liver function may not synthesize s-adenosylmethionine adequately. My dog is presently on a tablet which contains S.A.M.-e and milk thistle, but does not include other ingredients which are included in Hepatinorm. He does get supplementary vit. B12, but not the other B complex vitamins.

Methione overdose is possible. Would it be safe to give a dog both Hepatinorm and a SAM-e with milk thistle (active ingredients thereof) supplement. Or what would be the best way to get the benefits of both a supplement such as Denmarin and the additional ingredients included in Hepatinorm?

  • VioVet Staff

You will be doubling up on the Milk Thistle Extract in using both these products together. Research shows that Milk Thistle Extracts are known to be safe and well tolerated, and toxic or adverse effects observed in clinical trials seem to be minimal. Therefore this is likely to be safe however we cannot guatantee this as HepatiNorm has not been formulated for use alongside other liver supplements.
I recommend reading our blog 'Supporting your pets liver' for a guide on what brands and ingredients are available to support the liver.

15 June 2021 at 9:32am

Layla

Merielle Brown

My dog has a liver shunt and on hepatic dry food, if used would this mean I could change to ordinary dog food?

  • VioVet Staff

This supplement is great at helping support the liver but it will not prevent the need for a liver support diet. Liver veterinary diets have selected low protein levels which is really important as the liver processes the breakdown products of proteins. If protein in the food is too high then it overwhelms the liver and signs of toxicity can occur, called hepatic encephalopathy.
Ideally once the liver disease is treated then liver function should recover and you can move away from the liver diet. However this greatly depends on the cause of the condition. HepatiNorm will help speed up recovery and support the liver but it is not a substitute for a liver support diet if one is needed. You should follow your vets advice on when/if to stop the liver food.

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