Posted : 5/28/2014 11:48:03 AM
There are some supplements and herbs which can be a big help -- but much depends here on medical history and what your vet is doing medically.
Denamarin is a good product but it can be **very** hard to digest (and NutraMaxx Labs is aware of this) -- has your dog EVER kept the Denamarin down? If not, you may want to ask your vet for Denosyl and Marin (same stuff but in separate products --often better tolerated this way).
When the liver enzymes get astronomically high it creates nausea ...
There is not much that pharmaceuticals can do for high liver values. You may want to check out Dr. Jean Dodds' "Liver Cleansing Diet" -
drjeandoddspethealthresource.tumblr.com -- the link to the diet is in the paragraph regarding that.
Essentially the gall bladder and liver are closely linked -- it is not impossible to get vastly high liver values down, if you are open to using alternative methods. Things like SAM-e, milk thistle, other herbs.
My best suggestion is for you to find a vet who does TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) -- they are VERY good at this. I am *not* suggesting that you leave your vet -- not at all. But rather add a vet who does "complimentary therapy" -- if you want to email me (I'm at work and don't have the other link here) I can help you a bit more. firstname.lastname@example.org