Maximum Milk Thistle® and Pets

Can I give my pet milk thistle?

Of course you can give your pet milk thistle! In fact, some veterinarians have recommended it.

Why would I give my pet milk thistle?

There are various reasons why you might give your pet milk thistle, including: liver damage, elevated liver enzymes, cirrhosis, hepatitis (viral), fatty liver, and chemotherapy-induced liver damage.

Why is Maximum Milk Thistle® a good choice
for my pet?

Maximum Milk Thistle® is a good choice, because it can help protect and support your pet's liver, their most vital organ. *

  • Maximum Milk Thistle® protects your pet's liver naturally from all forms of toxins. *
  • Maximum Milk Thistle® regenerates healthy liver cells to replace those your pet has lost. *
  • Maximum Milk Thistle® protects and supports the liver more efficiently and cost-efffectively with a scientifically proven formula that delivers 8 to 10 times the amount of standard milk thistle extract that reaches and protects your pet's liver. *

What is the dosage for a dog?

Every pet is different. Check with your veterinarian regarding your own pet.

Consider that a person weighing about 150 lbs. on average, will take approximately 3 (three) capsules per day. Based on this, a dog weighing about 50 lbs. would then take approximately 1 (one) capsule per day.

Keep in mind that some people will double or triple their dosage without side effect. Therefore, even for a small dog of 10 to 15 lbs., a one-capsule-per-day dosage should also suffice without side effect.

However, for very small dogs, consider administering just a half capsule.

What is the dosage for a cat?

Every pet is different. Check with your veterinarian regarding your own pet.

For cats weighing less than 10 lbs, we suggest administering just a half capsule.

For cats weighing more than 10 lbs, a one-capsule-per-day dosage should suffice.

How should I administer Maximum Milk Thistle® to my pet?

We suggest opening the capsule and mixing it with their wet food.

What if I have further questions or concerns?

We suggest contacting your pet's veterinarian if you have any additional questions.

To learn more about how milk thistle can help your pet, click here.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.