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

Concentrated antioxidant supplement to aid in the management of compromised liver biomarkers. Available for sale in vet clinics only.

For animal use only

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PAW HepatoAdvanced® is a convenient tablet containing a blend of bioavailable antioxidants, including clinically trialled Siliphos®, providing detoxification support in the management of liver health in dogs and cats.

Available in 2 sizes:

  • Cat & Small Dog (<15kg): In this NEW formulation we’ve improved the ease of administration without compromising on therapeutic efficacy. We’ve achieved this by crafting a smaller and easier-to-give format that aids in the management of compromised liver biomarkers in cats and dogs.
  • Medium & Large Dog (>15kg)

Key benefits include:

  • Supports the production of glutathione.
  • Promotes liver detoxification.
  • May protect against negative effects on the liver caused by some medications.
  • Supports liver health in pets presenting with acute liver toxicity.
  • Supports brain health in dogs.


Available in 2 sizes:

  • Cats and Small dogs<15kg
  • Medium to large dogs>15kg
    Weight         Cat & Small Dog Dosage
    Medium & Large Dog Dosage
    1 kg - 2.4 kg
    1 chewable tablet daily  
    2.5 kg - 9.9 kg 2 chewable tablets daily  
    10 kg - 14.9 kg
    3 chewable tablets daily  1/2 chewable tablet daily
    15 kg - 29.9 kg
      1 chewable tablet daily
    30 kg -59.9kg
       2 chewable tablets* daily

    *DO NOT exceed 2 chewable tablets per 24 hour period.

    For optimal absorption, administer HepatoAdvanced® (as per the dosing chart above), once a day on an empty stomach.


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

The central role of the liver and the frequent exposure to the nasties so often eaten by our canine and feline friends, means it is often the site of disease and damage. Dr Nick Wonders looks at the role of this precious organ and how it can be protected.

Liver toxicity and your pets

Did you know that some medications and items around the house can cause damage to your pet’s liver?

Liver Disease in Dogs and Cats

There are a number of signs and symptoms of liver disease when the liver isn’t functioning as normal in dogs and cats. Learn the symptoms of liver disease and what you can do to help your pet.

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