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Vet's Best Hairball Relief Digestive Aid, 60 Chewable Tablets

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  • Supports a normal healthy digestive tract
  • Helps eliminate hairballs without petroleum-based ingredients
  • Contains slippery elm bark
  • marshmallow and papaya
  • Bares the seal of the National Animal Supplement Council
  • 60 chewable tablets
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 2.2 x 4.5 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002I9O84
  • Item model number: 3165810113
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (520 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #364 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Hairball Relief Digestive Aid helps support a normal healthy digestive tract. Hairballs (accumulations of hair in the digestive system) are more easily eliminated using herbs that lubricate without petroleum-based ingredients. Contains slippery elm bark, marshmallow and papaya are tasty ingredients your cat will love. 60 chewable tablets included.

From the Manufacturer

Natural Hairball Relief Tablets

Safe relief for your cats

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.

Key Facts on Hairballs

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.

How it Works

Vet's Best uses all natural products, slippery elm bark, psyllium seed, marshmallow and papaya to lubricate naturally and help release the hairball.

Why You’ll Love It

  • Great tasting chewable that cats love.
  • Recommended by vets as a safe, natural supplement.
  • Supports a healthy digestive tract.
  • All natural.
  • National Animal Supplement Council approved.

Slippery Elm Bark

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.

Psyllium Seed

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.

Marshmallow Root

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 (Papaya)

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.


Important Information

Safety Warning
For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children and other animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. If the animal's condition worsens or does not improve, stop administration and consult your veterinarian.
Precautions: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven.

Ingredients
Active Ingredients:
Psyllium Seed 50mg, Marshmallow (Althea Officinalis) 25mg, Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmas Fulva) 25mg, Allzyme (Lactobacillus Acidophillus, Aspergillus Oryzae, Bacillus Subtiles, Papain, Amylase, Protease) 2mg, Papaya Extract (Papain) 2mg.
Inactive Ingredients:
Apple Powder, Brewer's Yeast, Calcium Carbonate, Chicken (Dried), Liver (Defatted Pork), Magnesium Stearate, Natural Flavorings, Yeast (Torula).

Directions
Directions for use for cats:
To release ingredients and to activate the natural flavorings your cat will love, break chewable tablets into smaller pieces. Give one tablet twice daily.
Store in a cool, dry place.

Customer Reviews

My cats love these like treats.
laura warren
I have two long haired black cats and they used to have a lot of hairballs, almost daily!
Lucy Lue
The tablet is easy to break into smaller pieces and my cat seems to like the taste.
jo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

83 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Marian Booker on October 5, 2009
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Like many cats, mine had great problems with hair balls. I used several products which contain petroleum jelly or mineral oil, which didn't work, and might have made him worse. When my cat coughed up six furballs on my back step in one morning, I knew I'd better try something else.

I found Cat Lube from Natural Care (renamed Hairball Aid, bummer that!), which has an enzyme to help digest the fur, marshmallow root to sooth the stomach and intestinal tract, and slippery elm bark to "grease the skids". My cat is much more comfortable, and rarely has problems any more. I recommend this product without reservation.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Husam J. Alnajjar on November 10, 2006
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My cat actually asks me to put the pill for her in the bowl with the food. The pill is the first thing that gets eaten. I have a long haired cat. She used to get hairballs every little now and then. I used the creams to put in her mouth, or paws. But with this it is just easier and she never got it anymore. Going to the bathroom was hell for her when she had the hairballs till she got rid of it with medicine. Now I only give her half a pill everyday with her food. I recomend it to anyone whom doesn't want to deal with any hairball problems; or to the one's (like me) whom don't like to visit the vet often. The service was fast, and the packing was excelent.
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Debbie M. on March 7, 2011
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Until my most recent purchase of this item, I would have given it at least four stars as the pills were easy to break up and my cats liked them--and they definitely helped the hairball situation. However, the most recent batch I received is very different from the others. The pills are much thicker, making them impossible to break by hand. And even when I use a knife to break them up, my cats seem nowhere near as interested in eating them. So there is some major inconsistency here with different lots. I have written the company and am awaiting a response, as my most recent purchase of two bottles was essentially a waste of money. I noticed at least one other reviewer has experienced a similar problem. July 2011 update: The last batch I received was flatter and thinner, making them much easier for me to break and much easier for the cats to eat; I never did hear back from the company after writing them and asking for a response. Hopefully the product's size and shape will be much more consistent from now on, as it does seem to significantly help decrease the hairballs.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Orwell on April 6, 2009
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My cat loves the flavor and it has really helped her with the hairballs.
She use to vomit them up and it was traumatic for her with all the wretching. I recommend this remedy for hairball.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By H. Schatz on March 11, 2012
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I have a medium-haired cat who was constantly coughing up hairballs. She also puked almost daily right after eating, which I assume was from the discomfort caused by the hairballs. I started giving her a tablet twice a day and noticed a change immediately. I wasn't cleaning up any messes! After a few days, she finally passed what I assume was her main problem: a giant hairball. I have reduced her to one tablet a day, and there are still no issues. I just ordered 2 more bottles!

My cat also loves the taste of them. (They are liver flavored.) She gets excited when I pick up the jar. I would highly recommend these if you a having similar issues with your cat(s).
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Pom_Mom on October 13, 2010
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This has worked really well for my long-haired kitty. She hasn't thrown up since I've been giving these to her. I put 2 of the pills in a Hefty One-Zip baggie, break it up into pieces with the end of my small rolling pin, then use the rolling pin to mash the pieces into 'dust', then I put half of it into some wet food, twice a day... which is 1 pill twice a day, like stated on the bottle. It works great!
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Tarsier on August 24, 2010
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My cat, Latte, has been having hair balls problems for the past few of years...and he's an American shorthair! Just this past December I had to take him to the Vet Emergency Hospital at 1 AM for a Barium Swallow to help push the clump of hair out of his system. The poor little thing was so traumatized that he didn't even make a sound when I got him back...and that's "very" unusual for him. I will never forget the first time that he had this problem, four years ago. He was throwing up so much and got so dehydrated that the Vet had to put an IV line in his paw to give him fluids. Latte actually ended up having the barium swallow test, staying overnight at the hospital for observation and having surgery the following day. ....and he was not happy about it! Luckily, after making the incision in the abdomen, the Vet was able to break up the clump in the intestine without cutting it open...which I understand in the long run causes further problems due to the scarring of the intestine.
To make a long story short, I've been giving my cat this product every day, twice a day, for the past 8 months and it seems to be working well for him. In the beginning he refused to eat it, like all the other hair ball products that I've tried in the past. Then, I tried mixing it with a treat to make it more appealing and it worked great. Now He can't get enough of it. The best thing about it is that, it's all natural and was developed by a veterinarian. Unlike the majority of the other products in the market, it doesn't contain any harmful chemicals so I feel good giving it to him. It's a great digestive aid, especially for an indoor cat that won't even eat grass, like mine. I highly recommend it to anyone who owns a cat.
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