- Promotes improved quality of life
- Supports healthy healing
- Helps pets maintain energy levels
- Bolsters your pet’s immune system
- Helps ease pain and discomfort
- Detoxifies the liver by removing toxins
- Improves liver function
- Supports regeneration of the liver
- Glycerin based and safe for long-term use
- item number
- 1.40 LBS
- 2 x 3.4 fl. oz (100ml)
- life stages
- adult, senior, puppy/kitten
- made in
Pet's Weight Dosage
To be taken twice daily. All NHV supplements are designed to be used together, and can, therefore, be given at once for convenience.
Select your pet's weight to determine the correct dose.
To be taken twice daily. Determine your pet’s weight and then use the easy chart below to determine the correct dose. This is the minimum dosage.
Pet's Weight Dosage
0 - 15 lb = 0.5 ml
16 - 30 lb = 1.0 ml
31 - 45 lb = 1.5 ml
46 - 60 lb = 2.0 ml
61 - 75 lb = 2.5 ml
Over 75 lb = 3.0 ml
For small animals (rabbits, ferrets), avians and reptiles use 1 drop for every 2 lb of body weight.
How to Administer
Shake well before use.The easiest method is to use the dropper provided and place the drops into your pet’s food or favorite treat. You can also use the dropper and squirt directly into the pet’s mouth. Some pets can be finicky, if this occurs consider hiding the drops in foods most pet’s love such as fish, chicken or yogurt or a favourite treat. If your pet only eats dry food then soak a few kibbles at feeding time.
For Best Results
Herbal dietary supplements are beneficial to the health and well-being of your pet and are safe for long-term use. Every pet responds to natural herbal supplements differently, therefore it is important to be consistent and administer the product daily. Supplements generally take two to four weeks to take effect, however this will vary from one animal to the next.
All NHV Natural Pet Products are pure herbal extracts and contain no artificial additives, preservatives or coloring. Shelf life after opening is 6 months and must be refrigerated after opening.
Cautions and Contraindications
Do not use in pregnant or nursing animals.
All information provided by NHV Natural Pet Products is for educational purposes only.
Is it common for my pet to have lumps?
As pets age, they may form a number of different types of lumps. This is more common in dogs than cats. Many lumps, such as lipomas, are benign, while others may be cancerous.
Are lumps a sign of cancer?
Lumps are not always cancerous. There are many types of lumps which are benign, such as lipomas, sebaceous cysts, sebaceous adenomas and skin tags.
What areas with lumps are of concern?
Benign lumps can appear anywhere on your pet. If you notice your pet has lumps on the same place on each side of the body, such as just below the jaw or behind the knee, these may be enlarged lymph nodes. If your pets lymph nodes are enlarged, seek veterinary care. All lumps should be checked by your vet to rule out any malignancy.
Should all lumps on a pet be removed?
Not all lumps require removal. Your vet will advise you of the best course of action for your pet. Some benign lumps are best removed if they cause chronic problems like bleeding or difficulty with mobility.