If you talk to radiologists and gastroenterologists who are looking at canine livers, they will tell you that the condition called "Fatty Liver" affects more than 65% of dogs over the age of 5. Common causes are being fed a processed food diet, adverse reactions to pharmaceutical drugs and toxic chemicals.


The fastest or most effective ways help your pet lose weight the fastest is to cleanse their liver. Why? Your pet’s liver is their prime fat burning organ and it's also the prime detoxification organ. So, when their liver is overwhelmed with toxins - which is incredibly common - it makes it challenging for the liver to get around to burning fat. And when this is the case, weight loss is very difficult - no matter what you do for them. This is exactly why the rate of obesity is so high in dogs, as well as cats, and you struggle when trying to get them to lose the added weight.


When we ease your pet’s liver detoxification burden, their liver will have the capacity and energy to burn fat. Next to immune systems support and managing allergy, curing liver & kidney issues is what our clients want. So it makes sense to help the liver along by detoxifying it twice a year.


The liver is your pets prime detoxification organ; it's responsible for rendering harmless the hundreds of man-made chemicals that pet owners put in and on their bodies each and every day. Too many people have accepted the notion that we can feed our pets processed, pesticide laced, genetically altered, preservative and chemical laden foods - and that these foods cause no harm in their pet’s body. Even if people don't believe this on a conscious level, your feeding habits suggest otherwise.


Detoxifying the liver

Various nutrients are required in order for the liver detoxification to be carried out successfully. An adequate supply of key antioxidants is essential to prevent further liver damage. Milk thistlevitamin C, selenium, beta carotene, vitamin E, and N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC) are all powerful antioxidants which are helpful in liver detoxification.


The amino acid SAM-E plays an important role in liver health, in addition to helping with depression. Cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts and cabbage in the diet have been shown to enhance liver detoxification. I use those regularly when vegetables . The B vitamins,

including riboflavin and niacin, also aid in liver detoxification. Herbs like milk thistle, dandelion, and burdock root also support and cleanse the liver,

 All of the blood in your pet’s body travels through their liver every two minutes to be cleansed, this process also cleans the blood by allowing their liver, in a less burdened state, to remove chemicals and toxins that it was unable to address. Detoxifying the liver will essentially detoxify the entire body, so it makes sense that in order to detoxify your pet’s body, it is best to begin with the organ that is actually responsible for body detoxification.

"The liver is the gateway to the body and in this chemical age its detoxification systems are easily overloaded," says

Liver detox
 will give your pet an energy boost. Purifying their liver will do for them what people drink coffee for - giving them a boost of vigor to make them more mentally alert throughout the day.

"The liver is an organ of transmutation. By this, we mean that it changes one substance into another," says Global Pet Healing Center. "Liver cleansing will restore this proper supply of nutrients to the body
 and noticeably increase the pet's natural energy for exercise and daily activities."

Do you want your pet to look - and feel - younger? Removing toxins from their  body's ultimate toxin filter will cause your skin to look brighter, healthier and more resilient, as the liver's renewed ability to break down fat will assist you in toning up and feeling better than you have in years.




* 4  pounds of ground free range/organic Beef or the protein source that best suits your pet

* 1 can of sardines 

*  2 cups of wild rice or 2 large yams

* 1 cups squash

* 1 cup of spinach

* 1 cup Brussel Spouts
* 1/2 cup of Cranberries (dried or diced)
* 4 Tablespoons Flaxseed

* 2 tablespoons Cinnamon 

* Milk Thistle 



1. Boil rice or yams and steam cranberries spinach & brussel sprouts  (boil yams, finely chop sprouts  and crush cranberries)

2. Mix the meat and sardines together

3. Mix it the spinach and brussel sprouts

4. Mix steam cranberries and yam or wild rice in the meat
5 mix in the squash and flaxseed
6. Sprinkle in the cinnamon and Milk Thistle



Feed 2- 3% of body weight (in food) per day




If you are still feeding commercially processed kibble you will want to consider a detox or cleanse .

Dr.Eward Group talks about The effect of GMO's in the intestinal system and disease at large. He and Dr.

Anthiny Gucciardi give suggestions of how to detox the body from GMO toxins.