|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Wheat Flour, Chicken Meal, Corn Flour...||Chicken, Pork, Pork Liver...||Active Ingredients Per 4 Chews (2.7g): A Proprietary Blend of (Salmon Oil, Safflower Oil, Bromelain...||Chicken, Pork, Pork Liver...||Chicken, Sweet Potatoes, Vegetable Glycerin...|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken|
|Lifestage||Adult||Adult, Senior||Adult||Adult, Senior||Adult|
|Health Feature||Hairball Control||—||Hairball Control||—||Hairball Control|
|Special Diet||—||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy||No Corn No Wheat No Soy|
I tend to think some reviews are not fair. Not all cats like all flavors. Our cat will eat them if she did not just eat her normal cat food recently. Also, cats do not like the same thing all the time just like we don't like it. Mixing them in with other food or whatever it takes helps in the long run. I was also told to feed my cat grass they sell in pet shops to help with it but my cat does not touch them so they don't help. Find what works and use it but what they like today they may not want tomorrow so you have to rotate foods. We are on our 3rd brand of soft food because she will eat one for a while then stop eating it so we have to move to another brand and then switch back.
Out of my three cats, two like the gel, but one prefers these Hartz hairball soft chews. I think he thinks he is getting something special. Well, in a way he is. Be sure to only give the recommended amount. If he had his way he would eat it all at once.
After eschewing four types of hairball paste, Marigold deemed these acceptable and her hairball frequency has definitely gone down. I give her two in the evening with her dinner as she didn't seem to tolerate them well in the morning (could just be morning food-scarfing). The seal on the bag gives out after a while but she seems to prefer chewing on them anyway.
To be honest with everyone I don`t know. I have about 15 feral cats I feed twice a day and if I see something cheap enough I can give them or mix in their food to help them I do. It`s affordable and may work great.
My finicky Diva will not eat this. It is hard and even when I try to crush it to hide it in her food detects it.She eats around it, so it is useless.
One of my cats preens all day. I brush her every day, but she has a lot of fur. Hence, furballs causing trips to the vet. Changed the food, etc, did not improve. After starting her on Hartz Hairball Remedy twice a day, she is sooo much better!
I have three big cats with various hair lengths. I rarely find hair balls and they are indoor cats so they shed quite a lot.
The three cats love these! They had stopped liking the other brand we had used for a long time. But Hartz Hairball Remedy does the trick!
DON'T WASTE YOUR $$$ . . . the writer has 3 Cats, after 1st tasting the HARTZ Hairball Plus Treat, each Cat spit the treat out and refused to take another bite. Smart Cats - The writer even tried to hide the HARTZ HAIRBALL Treat under the cat food but to no avail as the only remaining piece of food left in the bowl was the HARTZ HAIRBALL TREAT! The Review should allow for negative stars? CHEWY should offer the writer or anyone else that purchased this garbage a Refund or another product to replace the HARTZ Hairball Treat $$$ spent because obviously, this product was NEVER tested on a CAT before being produced?
I bought quite a few packets of these, and not only does my three cats NOT like them, but neither does the feral cats that come to my back door. So I can't even get rid of them. I feel bad about throwing them away.