Question by  logu (20)

Would high liver enzymes kill a dog?


Answer by  HarshVardhan (73)

I can't say that it is that fatal but you must visit a veterinarian and ask for medication and the diet it needs. It should be kept in mind that the diet is more important than the medication. If possible go for an ultra sound.


Answer by  koalapooperz (51)

Any serious blood count value changes can be serious for any dog. Enzymes in the livers main purpose is to break down toxic chemicals before being filtered through the animals body. Much like humans if a dogs liver fails it will lead to other organs and body functions to start shutting down or dying.


Answer by  SashaDarkCloud (5764)

Well, high liver enzymes often indicate that your dog has liver disease. Now sometimes the liver can still function even if there is damage to your dog's liver. Though, I would consult a vet. Much like in humans, the liver is an important organ in a dog.


Answer by  aeturnus (474)

High liver enzymes do not necessarily kill a dog but could be factors in diagnosing possible liver trouble, though the schematics employed to read liver enzyme levels are a bit complicated and should be looked over by a veterinary professional.

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