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Vetoquinol Laxatone Lubricant for Hairballs Tuna Flavored Cat Oral Gel

Vetoquinol Laxatone Lubricant for Hairballs Tuna Flavored Cat Oral Gel

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    Tuna flavor is stinky but yummy!

    By Shannon on Dec 7, 2020

    My 9mo has been trying unsuccessfully to cough up a hairball, so my vet suggested this. She can't wait to eat it up! She attacks my hands as I'm unscrewing the cap and I have to move quickly. I never put some on her nose/paw as suggested. It's quite gooey though and I've found that squirting a bit directly My 9mo has been trying unsuccessfully to cough up a hairball, so my vet suggested this. She can't wait to eat it up! She attacks my hands as I'm unscrewing the cap and I have to move quickly. I never put some on her nose/paw as suggested. It's quite gooey though and I've found that squirting a bit directly into her bowl works best. Measuring it out was too messy so now I just eyeball the amount. The tuna flavor is VERY strong. But as long as my cat likes it, I could not care less. … more

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    Smells awful, cats won’t touch it

    By Dfwgolden on Nov 30, 2020

    I first purchased this product when my cat was diagnosed with megacolon. It was advised I add this into his daily diet to help lubricate. That cat would eat ANYTHING. Except this. I tried putting it on his feet, nose, straight into the mouth, into food, on top of food and in treats. NOPE. He passed I first purchased this product when my cat was diagnosed with megacolon. It was advised I add this into his daily diet to help lubricate. That cat would eat ANYTHING. Except this. I tried putting it on his feet, nose, straight into the mouth, into food, on top of food and in treats. NOPE. He passed not long after his diagnosis. A new special needs kitten fell into my lap the same day. Male orange tabby same as my last cat. Apparently male orange tabbies are the most prone to the condition so I spoke with my vet and he said when he was at least 10 weeks to try him on this. This kitten who will eat lettuce out of my salad won’t touch this stuff either. It smells terrible no cats in my house (I have 6) will touch it. Even my dogs turn their noses up at it. Do not recommend save yourself the misery. … more

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