Liver health

Antioxidant liver support therapy to aid in detoxification mechanisms.

Liver disease in dogs

A healthy liver is essential to your dog’s wellbeing, so being able to spot the signs and symptoms of liver disease – and seeking prompt treatment, is important. Here’s what to watch for.

PAW Liver health

PAW by Blackmores Hepatoadvanced Liver Support

PAW Hepatoadvanced is a concentrated antioxidant supplement to aid in the management of compromised liver biomarkers in cats & dogs. FOR…

For animal use only

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PAW Hepatoadvanced is formulated with a unique blend of antioxidants and hepatoprotective ingredients that are scientifically shown to improve biomarkers in pets suffering from acute & chronic liver disease.


Available in 2 sizes:

  • Cats and Small dogs<15kg
  • Medium to large dogs>15kg
  • Dosage & administration:

    Hepatoadvanced Cat & Small Dog
    Hepatoadvanced Medium & Large Dog
    0 kg - 4.9 kg
    1/2 chewable tablet daily  
    5 kg - 9.9 kg 1 chewable tablet daily  
    10 kg - 14.9 kg*
    1 1/2 chewable tablets daily
    15 kg - 29.9 kg
      1 chewable tablet daily
    30 kg +
       2 chewable tablets daily**

    **DO NOT exceed 2 chewable tablets per day

    Feed to animal once a day, voluntarily on an empty stomach, at least 1 hour prior to food. Tablet may be broken in half for ease of administration or dosing but must not be crushed

    Duration: As recommended by your vet

Direction for use:

Consult your veterinarian about correct dosing and use of this product.


  • Use with caution in pregnant or lactating animals as safe use has not been established in this population.
  • Concurrent use with behavioural medication may cause additive serotonergic effects.
  • Do not use if blister seal is broken.
Liver health of dogs and cats

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Liver toxicity and your pets

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Liver Disease in Dogs and Cats

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