While our Cleveland veterinarians recommend that you feed your pet a high quality pet food, sometimes that isn’t enough. Nutritional supplements provide extra help when your pet has a particular problem or dietary deficiency. In addition, dogs and cats that are on a homemade diet should be taking multivitamins.
Your veterinarian may recommend nutritional supplements as part of the treatment and pain management plan for these conditions.
Here are some of the specific products we will use for your pet:
Adverse Effects: Silymarin is apparently well tolerated when administered orally. In humans, GI disturbances have been reported on occasion (nausea to diarrhea). Patients who have allergies to other members of the Asteraceae/Compositae plant family (including ragweed, marigolds, daisies, etc.) may exhibit allergic reactions to Milk Thistle with Blessing Thistle.
If you have questions about nutritional supplements or need to make an appointment, call us at (440) 234-5831