What is SAM-e for dogs?
S-adenosylmethionine (SAM-e) is a compound that is made naturally in the body. It is the bioactive form of the amino acid methionine. SAM-e helps to supplement metabolic activity and it supports cell regeneration. Most SAM-e is produced and consumed in the liver. If your dog has elevated liver enzymes or is showing signs of aging, such as osteoarthritis or canine cognitive dysfunction, Ask Ariel's Special SAMe can help. It provides excellent support for dogs with elevated liver enzymes, liver disease or shunts, cancer, hip or elbow dysplasia, arthritis and senior pets showing cognitive decline.
Can you give SAM-e to dogs?
SAM-e occurs naturally in both humans and dogs. When the liver is no longer producing enough, it can be beneficial to add supplements. Supplemental SAM-e is used for the same purposes in dogs as it is in people. SAM-e for dogs helps with liver detox, osteoarthritis joint pain and canine cognitive disorders. Ask Ariel's Special SAMe is the finest human grade supplement and is recommended by veterinarians nationwide.
What is the best SAM-e supplement for dogs?
Ask Ariel's Special SAMe is the best S-Adenosylmethionine for dogs. It is blended with vitamins to improve bioavailability, absorption and effectiveness. Our SAM-e is packaged in glass bottles to prevent plastic toxins from leaching into the supplement. It is third party tested to guarantee potency and purity.
Can a dog recover from liver damage?
Your dog's liver is important in the digestion and conversion of nutrients, removing toxic substances from the blood, and the storage of vitamins and minerals. When your dog has elevated liver values and damage, the liver is not functioning at an optimum level. The good news is that the liver is the only organ that can regenerate. Ask Ariel's Special SAMe is a powerful antioxidant that is backed by scientific research and is shown to detoxify the liver and promote cell regeneration.