4.66 rating based on 29 reviews
Thankful this works
Three or four years ago, our dog had a pancreatic attack which through her liver enzymes out of whack. They've never come back to normal range, but using this stuff as directed keeps them from going haywire. It also seems to help her digestion so that she can process her food better. She's on a grain-free diet.
At his annual exam in 2012, my 50+ lb. dog had one liver enzyme slightly elevated. This year in 2013, that enzyme was up a little more and also another one was elevated. His veterinarian prescribed a 30-day regimen of Denamarin 225 and then a second liver panel to see what the readings would be. We just had the second test last week. The second elevated enzyme is now normal and the first one is still elevated but not as much. Our vet was pleased and said we will just continue to monitor his levels at his next annual exam. The Denamarin worked great.
My dog loves the chewable denamarin -- it's her early a.m. treat! Plus her liver levels have greatly improved.
Denamarin 225 mg
from Beverly Hills, California03/12/2013
My great old dog, Reggie, has been on this medication for more than a year and I feel that it is helping to maintain him. Thank goodness. Reggie will be 12 years old in June.
from Swartz Creek, MI06/01/2013
Since my buddy has to be on this forever. I was looking for this to make it easier on my budget. So far, this is the cheapest I have seen it.
by Terry ANn
from Bothell, WA06/13/2013
Very disappointed as I unknowingly ordered chewables and my dog cannot take them, so I am out almost $90 and entirely pets would not help me out because I had opened the bottle. I thought i had ordered the tablets because it SAID tablets on it. They could have at l east offered me a coupon code. Too much money to waste....I do not have this kind of money to throw away.
Recommended for liver protection for senior huskie on prednisone regimin for a cancer. Pet doing well.
i give this to my dog every day. her liver values still go up and down a bit, but i think this helps. my vet also recommended supplementing with fish oil. i cut this in 4 pieces since my dog is small, and she loves the taste.
from Huntsville, AL11/06/2012
The Denamarin chewable tables are reducing my schnauzer's AKLP level. The 75 tablet product choice helps me save money and far less expensive than purchased from the Vets office.
The tablet will be taken my mouth with no hesitation and no pill pocket needed. I will continue to purchase this product at this money saving price.
Great liver support
Great product, my dog has epilepsy and takes drugs that are harmful to the liver. Had high enzymes and started this supplement and after one month they were back to normal. Highly recommended. Also best prices and fast shipping make Entirely Pets the best place to purchase.
received very fast and dog loves them. she waits for the pill every morning as a treat before breakfast
We had been giving our dog the "capsule" version of Denamarin, but he would not swallow it, especially when he didn't feel good (tried peanut butter, etc.). Our vet recommended we try the chewable version. He now takes the pill like a treat with no trouble. In addition, we only have to give him half of the chewable pill for his weight, so we are saving money over the capsule version.
from New York, NY02/05/2013
Easy for my Golden to take every day. She has been on it for a year now. Entirely Pets has the best prices and discounts!
from Little Falls, MN02/25/2014
We have not used this product for very long but it is possible that my dog's liver values are better because of it. Recent tests showed improvement. This is good.
Good product, however!
from Orange County, CA08/17/2014
I had to return the chewable form of the product and get the tablet as my dog.refused to eat the chewable anymore. Received an RA # to return the unopened bottle three weeks ago and they still had not processed my credit as of yesterday. Bad business considering all of the business I give them!
made a difference
My dog, age 13, went to get blood tests so she could get her teeth cleaned. The liver function numbers came back really high. I had more tests done and put her on Denamarin. After three months number was down a lot...not normal, but much better.
Denamarin 225 mg chewables for dogs (75 tabs)
from Syracuse, NY11/28/2012
Although the Denamarin brand is very effective to help support my dog's liver function, he will NOT eat these chewables. Given the expense of buying these, I am crushing them up and mixing them with moist food so they will not go to waste. I will order the regular Denamarin next time and pop in a pill pocket. Note: these chewables are huge!
My 16 year old dog, Sable, has been on Denamarin for elevated liver enzymes for the past 2 years. I decided to try the chewable form as the pill doesn't always seem to digest (she's vomited several hours after taking the pill and the entire pill would be in what comes up). I thought the chewable might help lower her enzymes more. However, she does not want anything to do with the tablets. As it must be given on an empty stomach, I cannot grind them into food. She refuses to take them unless I wrap pieces of the pill up in soft food. I'm hoping this doesn't defeat the purpose, since she has to have food to take it. I will see what her next bloodwork shows to decide whether I would purchase the chewables again or if I will go back to the pills. Denamarin as a whole is an awesome product, just not as convenient to administer as I would like.
from Los Angeles01/02/2013
My vet advised I give these to my dog to help with her liver. So far so good. I put them into the pill pockets and she gets one every day. If your dog's not picky, he will chew the tablet as they are chewable which is easier to feed them.
We have been using this product for five years for our dog's liver problems.
from Porter Ranch, CA05/28/2013
My dog was born with a liver shunt and surgery was not able to current the problem. She's been on Denamarin and Royal Canin hepatic. She is now 6 years old. So far, so good.
Works as advertised
by Stump Jumper
from Colorado Mountains01/02/2013
My dog had stage 4 lymphoma 4 years ago and as a result his lymph nodes and blood numbers were all messed up. After Chemo, surgery, and radiation the cancer is in now in remission but the dog had high liver problems he was placed on this by my Vet and measuring blood number have been dropping(a good thing) for last three follow up exams.