|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients: Psyllium Husk, 50 mg, Marshmallow Root...||Active Ingredients: (Per 2 Soft Chews) Calcium 40 mg, Phosphorus 31 mg, Potassium 0.031 mg...||Vegetable Oil, Psyllium Seed Husk, Glycerin...||Omega 6 Fatty Acids (Safflower Oil, Flaxseed Oil) (150mg), Omega 3 Fatty Acids (Flaxseed Oil) (30mg)...||Active Ingredients: Psyllium Husk, Omega-6 Fatty Acids (Flaxseed, Hemp...|
|Lifestage||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Kitten, Adult, Senior||All Lifestages||Adult|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health, Hairball Control||Digestive Health, Hairball Control||Hairball Control, Sensitive Skin, Skin & Coat Health...||Digestive Health, Hairball Control, Shedding Control...||Hairball Control|
|Food Flavor||Unflavored||Fruits & Vegetables, Pumpkin||Chicken||Chicken||Unflavored|
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This works you just have to crush it up. At first my cat smelled it and walked away so I crushed it up, mixed it with a little bit of water to turn it into a paste, and then I smeared it on her paw. Now when I offer it to her she starts licking it on her own without me having to smear it. My point is you should turn it into a paste and smear it on them so they’re kinda forced to try it because they’ll clean it off. I give it to my cat twice a day now but I add more water because she’s gotten used to it. Also recommend getting a pill crusher.
These are great to have on hand, my cats won’t eat them whole so I have to crush them and mix in wet food. Anytime i notice my cats having hairballs or coughing like they have one, I give one of these and it is solved. It depends on the cat but i’ve probably only used them a couple times for each cat in the months i’ve had them. Definitely recommend if your cat doesn’t like those gels or you want to try something else!
My long haired cat has been having a lot of hair balls in the summer heat, so I wanted to find a product to help. She’s picky and isn’t big on treats, so I thought this might work to crumble into her wet food. The product itself is too big to give as a treat on its own without being broken down. I tried crumbling it Into her wet food and she avoided her food all together. The next time I crushed it into a powder and mixed it into her food with no luck either. I think if you have a cat who isn’t too picky this might be a good option, but for my cat it was a no go.
On the plus side, my 15-yr old, short-hair, Snowshoe Siamese, diabetic cat loves these "treats". He has never had much interest in treats, particularly the hairball varieties, so that came as a surprise to me. I break these up per instructions and he gobbles the pieces right up. He likes them so much, I use them to distract him while I give him his insulin shots. We are on our fifth bottle. On the minus side, I'm still getting the occasional hairball spit up. It's not as frequent as it was before we started using the tablets but my vision of all hair ending up in the litter box has not become reality. I'm going to add a gel to his routine if I can find one he likes. In the meantime, these are a good treat with some minor side benefits.
it comes in giant (for my 7 lb cats) tablets that my cat would absolutely choke on. i cut it into pieces but half then it has sharp edges that would be uncomfortable going down. i had to spend a few minutes crushing it into safe pieces. they should sell this in powder form with a scoop.
I have 3 felines that use these nightly. They started around $5 a bottle so they have basically doubled in price... ppl on disability and social security can't continue to pay increases on EVERYTHING else including these... ENOUGH PRICE HIKES ON PRODUCTS...
The cat I originally got this for was not interested in taking it, but surprisingly my older cat loves these and thinks they're treats! She has medium fur and it helped her with her furballs (along with some brushing) and with her digestion in general. Hopefully your cat will like them too!
It’s good since she did like it since day one. However after about a month of usage, yesterday, she did cough up a hairball so in terms of that I’d say it’s 90-95% effective which isn’t bad ʅ（◞‿◟）ʃ
I adopted an 8-yr old kitty (still partly feral) who spent her whole life in a shelter. She is healthy except for digestive issues. She loves to eat but it either never stays down long or she gets constipated. I tried more frequent tiny meals, probiotics, digestive enzymes, other hairball remedies, 1/2 tsp of organic coconut oil, almost every food on the market (wet and dry), all with the same results. I decided to give this product a try because I liked the ingredients. I crushed the tablet and added the 1/4 tsp. of organic aloe vera juice which she was getting all along. Since she doesn't drink a lot of water, I also add enough to turn her pate wet food into a "soup". It's been 3 days and all seems well!!! Never been SO HAPPY to find presents in her litterbox lol! She's even playing with her toys more which is a great sign. Hoping this continues...
Cat isn’t throwing up as many hairballs as before. He seems to really like the taste of the tablets as well. He gets excited for them like normal treats so it’s been a breeze to give them to him.