|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|
|Breed Size||—||—||—||All Breeds||—|
These are the best ever for hairball control. We have an indoor feral cat that is beyond difficult. She’s picky and hates about everything. She obsessively grooms, so hairballs are a constant problem. She loves these tabs, to the point of begging for them. She is passing the hair through and vomiting far less.
My cat had been throwing up her food instead of hairballs and we could see she always seemed to have something stuck. We were afraid when we saw the size of the pill but we decided to let her smell and the next thing we know she started to lick and chew the pill. She has gotten much better since we started giving it to her daily. Finally being able to put her hairballs out and not throw up her food anymore.
As a devoted pet parent, I couldn't be happier with Vet's Best Chewable Tablets for Hairball Control in Cats. These tablets have been a game-changer for my beloved feline companion, helping them avoid uncomfortable hairball issues. It's heartwarming to see my cat happy and healthy thanks to this fantastic product!
I'm so pleased with your Hairball chews for my cat Princess. This is the best and only product that works for my cat that keeps her from being sick from licking her fur and eating ! I give the company an A + because she's also fussy about taking my thing that's good for her, but she loves these and they work fantastic.
Neither of my two cats were very interested in these. My one cat has no teeth so tablet was crushed and mixed in to wet food. Tablets are pretty large and a little tough to crush.
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.
These tablets are helping my 3 adult male cats eliminate hairballs. They all like the taste and think they are just getting a treat!
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.