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Support your pet's digestive health with an all-natural supplement. These chicken flavored chewables prevent and help eliminate hairballs with ingredients that naturally lubricate. Only non-petrolium based products are used in our tablets.
Cats spend much time licking and cleaning which causes hairballs. These furballs can accumulate in their stomach or small intestine.
Signs of hairball issues are, vomiting, constipation, loss of appetite and gagging. See Vet if persistent issues occur such as retching, not able to defecate, diarrhea, swollen abdomen or loss of appetite.
Vet's Best uses all natural products, slippery elm bark, psyllium seed, marshmallow and papaya to lubricate naturally and help release the hairball.
Native Americans used slippery elm to coat and soothe the mouth, throat and stomach. Derived from the Elm tree and believed to contain antioxidants, slippery elm has been used as an herbal remedy for centuries.
As an all-natural vegetable substance, psyllium is a soluble fiber that lubricates and cleanses the intestinal tract as it passes through. You’ll find psyllium in fiber supplements for its ability to ease intestinal problems.
Found in damp, wet marshes and meadows, this root and its leaves contain mucilate. This mucus-like substance causes marshmallow to swell and become slippery when wet. It is useful for soothing minor irritations.
Papain is a proteolytic enzyme that can greatly assist the body in digesting proteins, starch, fats and fibers. The enzymes begin their work in the mouth, working to rid the system of dead proteins, so it can also freshen your pet’s breath.
I don't know if it actually helps get rid of hairballs but all of my cats LOVE this and think it's a treat.Published 1 day ago by Emer
Kitty said no way, I would rather have hairballs. Hard, crumbly and even to my nose it was ... peee eww. No wonder she wouldn't even try it.Published 5 days ago by Catzz
First I want to say I have a shorthair I comb every day who does not frequently get hairballs. She will dry heave about twice a month and it gets worse the longer it isn't treated. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Georgia glass
My cats love these. They'll drop whatever they're eating to eat these. I guess it's more of a game for them. I break the pills up in quarters and toss them. Read morePublished 5 days ago by BNC
This was recommended by a vet for my one kitty who was constantly hucking up hairballs, and it has worked wonders! Read morePublished 7 days ago by Gayle Julien
My 2 cats LOVE this. In fact, I have to be careful when I give it to them. They're close to taking off a finger! And - it seems to be working beautifully. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Cat's Mom