Pet Product Review – NHV Natural Pet Products {Milk Thistle}


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Good Morning! Today we are starting our 5 part review on 5 different products from NHV Natural Pet Products. First up we are doing a pet product review on a bottle of Milk Thistle. As you all know I have a dog with Canine Epilepsy and he takes a few different supplements to counter act his medication’s side effects. Milk thistle is used in the EPI- dog world as an aid to protect and detoxify their liver.

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Company:
  NHV Natural Pet Products

Item:  Milk Thistle
Information: http://www.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/Products/MILK-THISTLE-for-liver-disease-in-dogs.aspx

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What does milk thistle do?

  • Detoxifies the liver and kidneys by removing toxins
  • Improves liver and kidney function
  • Supports regeneration of the liver
  • Support kidneys that are damaged by diabetes
  • Antioxidant properties may benefit as anti-cancer support
  • Glycerin based and safe for long-term use

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Let’s start this product review!

Appearance & Design
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As I opened up the box that it came in, a huge 100ml bottle awaited Rolo.  The bottle came with a medicine dropper that acts as a lid which means you don’t have to carry around a measuring spoon to get the correct doseage, which is important!
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Creativity of Product
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Comments:
If you could help your dogs kidneys & liver by administering just a few drops twice a day to their meals, why wouldn’t you want to do it? It’s so easy and convenient! Rolo doesn’t even notice that it is on his food. I also love that the product has no preservative in it therefore it needs to be stored in the fridge and has a shelf life.

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Final Thoughts:
Like I had mentioned above, if there was a way to protect Rolo against some of the negative side effects of his Epilepsy Medication (phenobarbital) I would use it. Its easy administer and it can be purchased at a very reasonable price. I asked around to some EPI-MOMS to find out what milk thistle has done for their dogs:
Kara.M: I use milk thistle bec
ause my dog is on phenobarbital that gets broken down by the liver. She has been on it over a year and her labs come back perfect every time.

Brianna.V: We chose milk thistle to help our pup’s liver after learning how much pheno affects the liver. She went from being on the cusp of concern for liver damage to very low, nice levels. She’s been on it for a year & half & still happy levels, even with being on 97.2mg pheno 2x/day.

There are also a lot of reviews on this product on the NHV site:
http://www.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/Products/MILK-THISTLE-for-liver-disease-in-dogs.aspx

Disclaimer: Confessions of a Rescue Mom received a bottle of milk thistle for posting an honest review. The opinions expressed in this review are our own and were not influenced in any way. There was no monetary compensation.

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2 thoughts on “Pet Product Review – NHV Natural Pet Products {Milk Thistle}

    • Kimberley says:

      It does :) and cats! for Rolo it will protect his liver from his meds cause sadly there’s downsides and side effects of taking the meds. BUT no seizures, which is most important!

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