How to Help a Dog With Elevated Liver Levels?

Updated: Jul 28



Dogs with elevated liver levels may show symptoms including vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, lethargy, increased thirst and urination, abdominal pain, and jaundice.

If your pet has elevated liver levels, there are a few things you can do to help support their liver health.


One of the things that can help a pet improve overall health is changing his/her diet. This diet change includes replacing commercial kibble and cooked canned food with raw fresh, organic whole foods to their diet.


Supplementation and minerals will help support pet liver health. One supplement we recommend to dogs and cats in all states of well-being is Youngevity's Arthydex. It contains all the 90 essentials and trace minerals that are lacking in the soils and in pet foods. It's also a great product to help bone and joint health and all your bases.


Herbs can be another important part of supporting your pet's liver health. Milk thistle or dandelion root can be a great way to support your pet's elevated liver. If you are interested in trying herbs or need a customized holistic herbal or detoxification protocol, please see Animalgevity's pet consultation menu. Many pet parents are looking for a holistic approach that focuses on the whole body rather than treating disease and masking symptoms. Animalgevity is helping animals all over the world implement an optimal wellness approach for their pets.







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