S-Adenosyl-L-Methionine Enteric Coated Tablets for Dogs are recommended to support joint and brain health.
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Adenosyl is available over the counter. No prescription is required.
S-Adenosyl-L-Methionine comes in enteric coated tablets to allow for optimal absorption.
Adenosyl supports liver health by increasing the amount of glutathione in the liver.
- Glutathione is an antioxidant that protects hepatic cells.
Adenosyl also acts as a neuroprotector, supporting brain health.
Adenosyl comes in two strengths...
- 200 mg
- 400 mg
Each box of adenosyl includes 30 tablets.
Keep out of the reach of children and pets.
If your pet's condition does not improve or worsens while giving adenosyl, stop giving adenosyl and contact your veterinarian.
Use with caution in pets that are pregnant.
Store at room temperature.
Store protected from exposure to moisture.
Adenosyl is not intended for human consumption.
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"S-Adenosyl-L-Methionine Enteric Coated Tablets for Dogs are recommended to support joint and brain health."
Adenosyl Is Used To Treat These Symptoms
Possible Side Effects When Using Adenosyl
No Reported Side Effects
Follow the instructions printed on the product label.
Store adenosyl in a cool place protected from moisture.
Give adenosyl on an empty stomach.
Give adenosyl at least 1 hour after feeding.
For Dogs 16 - 35 Pounds:
- Give 200 mg by mouth once per day.
For Dogs 35 - 65 Pounds:
- Give 400 mg by mouth once per day.
For Dogs 66 - 99 Pounds:
- Give 600 mg by mouth once per day.
For Dogs 100 Pounds or More:
- Give 800 mg by mouth once per day.
Our Information Is Not Intended To Replace The Advice Of Your Veterinarian
"Do not use our product information for diagnostic purposes. Always take your pet to your veterinarian to obtain a diagnosis and course of treatment. Only your veterinarian is qualified to assess all possible side effects, interactions, precautions, warnings and possible allergic reactions relating to the use of this product or drug with your pet."