|Active Ingredients (per soft tablets):|
|Silymarin Phytosome (15-20% silibin)||65 mg|
|Pinebark Extract||5 mg|
|Vitamin E||15 iu|
Ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Silymarin Phytosome, DLalpha Tocopheral Acetate, Vegetarian Beef Flavor, Pine Bark Extract, Cysteine, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate
|Size of Pet||Daily|
|Under 15 lbs||1 tablet|
|16 - 30 lbs||2 tablets|
67% Recommend this product (2 of 3 responses)
Review for Hepatica for Cats & Smaller Dogs (60 Tablets)
July 2, 2016
Its 1 week i started give my cat Shiba Hepatica,before i used to give her Marin but the manufacture discontinued. I read about the active ingredients of Hepatica, and i decide to give a try. What I can say till now about this product is, she didnt have any bad side effect, she is not vomiting, she is eating by herself, because before me and my mum have to force her to eat. After 2 month we have to take her to the vet to do another exam to see if her ALT level is going down. I hope Hepatica help on that .
By Wendy J.
It is helping with liver values
September 3, 2015
I have a cat named Beanie who has to live on Prozac. Yes I have tried every natural way to keep her from pooping all over my house but Prozac is the only thing that is working however it is also working on destroying her liver, so she goes in for blood tests and we stared her on the Hepatica, so far her values haven't gone up indicating further liver damage.
Cat will not take
September 1, 2015
Unfortunately, I have a SUPER finicky cat with an extremely good nose, so he would not touch any food with the pill crushed up in it, nor would my healthy cat. I even tried adding a few pills to homemade cat treats with tuna and catnip, but neither of my cats would eat them. This "chewable" form seems better suited to dogs than cats as it is a tablet and not a real chew. Very disappointed and now trying liquid milk thistle rubbed into his fur.