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Denosyl Helps Support Liver Function in Dogs and Cats

 

Hialeah Gardens, FL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 05/20/2014 -- Denosyl's active ingredient, SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine) improves the antioxidative, and regenerative properties of the liver; it protects liver cells from cell death and helps in their regeneration and reparation. It also supports brain health.Certain breeds of dogs are more likely to develop liver disease than others. Among genetically predisposed breeds are Dalmatians, Dobermans, Cairn Terriers, Samoyeds and others.

Pet Symptoms:
Liver is an incredibly important organ, taking the crucial part in complex processes of detoxification, digestion, blood clotting, blood sugar regulation and vitamin absorption. Liver’s functions can be compromised due to various harmful influences, such as viral and bacterial infections, parasites, ingestion of certain poisons, plants and herbs, hereditary conditions. As a result of liver damage and failure to work properly, the body becomes overloaded with toxins that cause further damage to the liver tissue and the entire body. The animal’s overall condition gradually deteriorates, and its general health will be jeopardized. Numerous diseases and conditions can stop liver from functioning properly. The initial, non-specific symptoms of liver failure that usually appear include vomiting, loss of appetite with weight loss, changes in stool appearance and weakness. In cases of advanced liver disease more specific, liver-related signs can be seen: jaundice, swollen abdomen (caused by accumulation of fluid), confusion and seizures (due to hepatic encephalopathy). Laboratory tests upon veterinary examination will show impaired liver function through increased liver enzymes.

Pet Ailments:
Denosyl numerous infectious and degenerative diseases can damage the liver tissue and impair its function, as well as various chemicals, drugs and toxins. There are certain viral, parasitic and bacterial diseases that can directly damage the liver, such as leptospirosis, heartworm infection or infectious canine hepatitis. Metastatic tumors and certain metabolic diseases such as Cushing’s syndrome or diabetes mellitus can also lead to liver deterioration. Prolonged use and/or excessive dosage of certain drugs can cause liver damage. Certain chemicals can also lead to liver toxicity, such as iron, arsenic, lead, etc. Certain plants and herbs, mushrooms and mold contaminating food can also damage the sensitive liver tissue and impair its normal functions.

Relative Info On Breeds Most Associated With This Ailment:
There are certain breeds of cats genetically predisposed to amyloidosis, degenerative disease of the liver characterized by the accumulation of proteins in liver tissue that leads to progressive damage and impaired function. Amyloidosis is frequent in Abyssinian, Burmese and Siamese cats, oriental and domestic short hair breeds.

Certain breeds of dogs are more likely to develop liver disease than others. Among genetically predisposed breeds are Dalmatians, Dobermans, Cairn Terriers, Samoyeds and others.

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