Milk thistle is a herb that modern science seems to find effective. It is a great addition to any liver treatment your cat may be receiving. Common side effects of the product Milk Thistle in humans were mild stomach upset and diarrhea. If these side effects occur in your cat, you can prevent the reoccurrence of them by reducing the dosage. As for the dosages they are determined by referring to the weight of your pet. If your pet is between 0 to 25lbs the dose is 1ml. If your pet is between 26 to 50lbs the dose is 2ml. If your pet is between 51 to 75lbs the dose is 3ml. If your pet is over 76lbs the dose is 4ml. See your pet’s veterinarian to ensure this remedy is right for your pet. Be sure to provide your pet with Milk Thistle orally two times a day in order to improve your pet’s health. Do not give Milk Thistle to your pet if it is pregnant or nursing their young. Always talk to your veterinarian before giving Milk Thistle because interactions may occur if your pet is on certain medications or has certain health conditions.
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