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Vet's Best Hairball Relief Digestive Aid Cat Supplement

Vet's Best Hairball Relief Digestive Aid Cat Supplement

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    Help for a constipated Maine Coon

    By Jazmyn on Feb 16, 2021

    our male maine coon has been feeling poorly, and the cause was diagnosed as hair balls. he refuse ALL of the hair ball treatments we tried - the paste we got from the doctor...nope. he refused it. I tried putting it on his paw so that he had to lick it off - nope, he somehow managed to get it off, our male maine coon has been feeling poorly, and the cause was diagnosed as hair balls. he refuse ALL of the hair ball treatments we tried - the paste we got from the doctor...nope. he refused it. I tried putting it on his paw so that he had to lick it off - nope, he somehow managed to get it off, every time i tried. Finding a sticky little pile of tuna-scented goo on your floor is no fun. We tried chews. Nope, he refused them. I found these supplements at a local feed store, and decided to give them a try. the cats all LOVE them - the male comes running when i shake the bottle. he's feeling SO much better - back to his old self, running and playing constantly. We have 4 maine coons, and we've started giving it to all of them to help them with their ridiculously long fur. … more

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    I hoped it would help

    By Chris on Feb 13, 2021

    My cat has long hair and suffers from hairballs regularly, even with regular brushing. I had high hopes for this product. I tried every way I could think to get it into her. She wouldn't go near it. She wouldn't touch her food if I powdered it and mixed it in. She would outdo me every time. I think My cat has long hair and suffers from hairballs regularly, even with regular brushing. I had high hopes for this product. I tried every way I could think to get it into her. She wouldn't go near it. She wouldn't touch her food if I powdered it and mixed it in. She would outdo me every time. I think the product would work if you could get your cat to eat it. But it's no good if it doesn't taste good to the cat. Maybe they could make it more palatable? I ended up throwing it away. … more

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