|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients: Psyllium Husk, Omega-6 Fatty Acids (Flaxseed, Hemp...||Active Ingredients: Mineral Oil, Inactive Ingredients: Brewer's Dried Yeast, Calcium Propionate...||Vegetable Oil, Psyllium Seed Husk, Glycerin...||Water, Stearic Acid, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil...||Active Ingredients: (Per tsp) White Petrolatum USP 1285 mg, Soybean Oil, Providing 27 mg...|
|Lifestage||Adult||Adult, Senior, Kitten||Adult, Kitten, Senior||Adult, Kitten, Senior||Adult|
|Food Flavor||Unflavored||Unflavored||Chicken||Chicken, Poultry||Molasses|
|Health Feature||Hairball Control||Hairball Control||Hairball Control, Skin & Coat Health, Sensitive Skin...||Hairball Control||Hairball Control|
Our cat had been bringing up a lot of hairballs despite consuming another product. This one works! He loves it, and it seems to be solving the problem. Thank you!
Cats won't eat it, added it to their food, soft food, Tuna. Even the street cat would not eat it.
These treats are essential to keep our cats happy and they love them
I have five cats in my house and only one ate one piece. Will be looking for another alternative
Jury is still out on this one. Hopeful. 1 kitty wolfed it down & looked for more, next gummed it & retched it up. Several got wary when we tried to offer as a treat...but when placed in their bowls (next to food-not mixed in), most ate it as an afterthought.
I, unfortunately, would not recommend this item as the one pet that has the issue of hairballs, did not like them and I feel it was a waste of money for this product.
I have five cats and none of them will eat these. :( They must taste icky.
Hello, Each of my cats ate a small portion of one of these chews and they both had a strong reaction. One had diarrhea (3x in one night) and the other had a sudden loose stool experience. So, it seems to me that this is more of a laxative.
I bought this for my long haired cat who has a lot of hairballs but unfortunately he doesn't like it. I also tried giving it to my other cat, but she doesn't like it either :( I would prefer to give him something like this rather than the gel hairball remedy, but..... I can't recommend or not recommend, perhaps another cat will enjoy them
My cat, Rudy, was having issues with constipation. Our vet suggested mixing some fiber (like Metamucil) into his food, but I thought I'd try these. He wouldn't eat them whole, but I crumble 1/2 a chew into his canned food. He loves it! And it has solved his constipation problem. Hairballs seem to be less of a problem as well.