Vetoquinol Laxatone Lubricant for Hairballs Tuna Flavored Cat Oral Gel

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Description

Laxatone is a gentle but effective lubricant for the prevention and elimination of hairballs in cats. Laxatone's trusted history of palatable, predictable results and ease of use has made it the industry standard hairball remedy. Your cat will love the tuna flavor!

Key Benefits
  • This palatable tuna flavored oral gel is easy to use. Just place a small amount on your pet’s nose or paws to stimulate taste interest.
  • A gentle but effective lubricant designed to eliminate hairballs in cats.
  • Predictable results and ease of use has made this Laxatone Lubricant the industry standard in hair ball remedy.
  • Your furry friend will love the tuna flavor, making feeding a cinch.
  • Following the recommended daily oral administration will ensure the best results for decreasing hairballs. Your cat and your floors will thank you.
Precautions

HAZARDS TO ANIMALS: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal's condition worsens or does not improve, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian. WARNING: For use in animals only. Keep out of reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a veterinarian immediately.

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  • Item Number
    81890
  • Brand

    Vet Solutions

  • Food Form

    Supplement

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Made in

    United States

  • Product Form

    Gel

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

White Petrolatum USP, Light Mineral Oil NF, Corn Syrup, Malt Syrup, Soybean Oil, Cane Molasses, Water, Gelatin By-Products, Sodium Benzoate (Preservative), Natural And Artificial Flavors.

Feeding Instructions

Place a small amount of Laxat1 on the animal’s nose or paws to stimulate taste interest. Administer 1/2 - 1 teaspoon daily for 2 - 3 days, then 1/4 - 1/2 teaspoon 2 - 3 times a week. Store in a cool, dry place.

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Trusted Immune System Support

Adding L-lysine as a supplement to your cat's diet is an easy way to help support her long-term health. As a market leader with a wide range of L-lysine products, Vetoquinol puts this active ingredient in tasty chews and bite-size morsels, plus paste, gel and powder form so you can find the best way to offer it to your kitty. These supplements are specifically designed for felines to support the immune system, and maintain respiratory and eye health.

Trusted Immune System Support

Enisyl-F

Specially formulated Enisyl-F was the first lysine-based nutritional supplement developed for veterinary use for kitties. It helps support normal respiratory health, helps maintain normal eye function and health, and is recommended for immune system support and conditions responsive to L-lysine. Choose from three formulas, including chewy treats, bites and an oral paste.

Chews

Chews

Veterinarian formulated to deliver just the right dose in a treat with cheese, chicken, liver and hickory smoke flavors.

bites

bites

Tiny mouthfuls of L-lysine disguised as a delicious snack with savory chicken fat and chicken liver.

oral paste

oral paste

Highly palatable paste that can be given by mouth, mixed with food, or even applied to paws for your cat to lick off.

Viralys

Supplementing with L-lysine is helpful for managing the symptoms of upper respiratory infections in kittens and cats that were strays, and those in shelters. For a highly palatable source of L-lysine HCl, try one of the Viralys formulations, made to support a healthy immune system and conditions that are responsive to L-lysine.

oral powder

oral powder

Delivers L-lysine HCl in a powder with fish and poultry liver flavors that cats crave—just sprinkle it on top of food.

oral gel

oral gel

Cats only need a small amount of this extremely palatable gel to get the benefits of L-lysine HCl.

Seal of Quality

Out of thousands of animal supplement companies, only a hundred are audited NASC members, including Vetoquinol. That means they've undergone a comprehensive quality audit to earn the NASC Quality Seal. Displaying this seal on their products means that you can rest assured that they are committed to following the highest current standards of quality in the industry.

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About Vetoquinol

About Vetoquinol

Vetoquinol is a family-owned company devoted exclusively to finding innovative solutions for animal health issues. They've shown more than 80 years of dedication, researching everything from oral hygiene to urinary and kidney health to create products that are effective and safe for the pets you love and care about. Founded in 1933 with an expertise in pet pain management and veterinary resources, Vetoquinol has gained the continued trust of pet parents and vets worldwide.

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  • Actually Works!

    By on

    My poor kitties have always suffered from hairballs. My one sheds so terrible and washes incessantly. She always has needed a special food high in fiber to help her not suffer from blockages. Unfortunately, she just was diagnosed with calcification in her urine and has to be in a special UR food the rest of her life.... that doesn't come in a hairball formula. The vet recommended this, and it worked with one treatment, and provided her instant relief. We put a teaspoon In her wet food once or twice a week, and she's doing wonderfully! My other kitty has long thick fur, and it's been helping her as well!

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  • Not just for hairballs

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    I have a male cat that scooted frequently. I went to vet every few months to have his annals glands expressed. I changed vets. new one immediately realized he was constipated. tried the laxatone and woohoo the scooting subsided and now is very rare. Poor guy just couldn't poop before! I put it on his wet food 2 or 3 times a week for maintenance.

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  • None would take this

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    It is rare to receive a unanimous vote in a household of six cats, but this flavor has achieved it. Imagine what you look like when you smell sour milk. That's the face that every one of them made when they smelled this. One of them snarled at it. Or maybe she snarled at me for offering this to her. It may be a good product but we will never know!

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  • Got the hair ball!

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    My cat had a massive hairball and went to the vet for vomiting and diarrhea. The vet recommended this product and told me to increase the dosage for a couple of days but it could take up to 2 weeks for this monster hairball to pass or come up. After 3 days, it came up! I am now using it preventatively.

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  • Meh-ewwwww

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    They were not impressed. At all. I am having better luck with coconut oil and it is so much healthier without the petroleum ingredient.

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  • Laxatone Tuna flavor

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    My one cat laps it up while the other cat doesn't like it too much. She doesn't like any of the laxatone flavors, so don't go by her.

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  • Works for Griffin so far

    By on Top 1000 Contributor

    Got this more for GI lubrication. Griffin my kitty is a bit constipated. Seems to be vomiting less & pooping more. =-) Just what I wanted. BTW...a trick for those cats who do not take to having this tasty goo smeared on lips or paws making a huge gooey mess. Ask you vet for an 3cc oral syringe (usually no charge). Put the Vetoquinol in the fridge. If you doo it warm/room temp it's going to be harder-much to runny. Anyway squeeze tube into bottom of syringe to the about the 1cc mark, then attach the plunger and push it till it reaches 3. Now you can just squeeze desired amount directly down cats throat. Easy to do and NO MESS!

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  • Works better than other hairball gels

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    Although most hairball gel remedies are made by the same company, this particular product/blend works better for my cats. This product provided a quicker resolve for my 2 long haired cats. Will definitely purchase Vetoquinol again. The only problem I have with this product is that it is runny. The consistency is not easy to work with / dispense.

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  • Effective and appealing

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    My cat licks this off a saucer eagerly. It effectively treats hairballs. It seems to have healthy ingredients.

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  • 1 of 2 loves it.

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    I have two cats, sisters from the same litter. One LOVES this stuff eats it like it's kitty candy... and the other pulls away at the mere smell of it. Very strange. I think it works fine, because I have no hairball issues. In order to get my 'hater' kitty to consume it, I have to wipe some on her front paws. Haahahaaaa.. Then she's forced to eat it. :) Does anyone have a suggestions as to a different brand or flavor?

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