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Greenies Feline Pill Pockets, Treats For Cats

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Chicken
1.6 oz
  • Contains probiotics for intestinal health.
  • Eliminates the need to force a pill down pet’s throat or wrap it in fattening table food.
  • Patented design accepts all standard size medications.
  • Softness of this unique formula allows the end of the pocket to be pinched closed holding the medicine until swallowed.
  • Made from high quality nutritionally beneficial ingredients. Your cat will love taking medication in Pill Pockets.
  • Contains (1) 1.6 oz package of FELINE GREENIES PILL POCKETS Treats - Chicken Flavor
  • Turn pill time into treat time. Healthy, delicious treat masks taste and smell of medicine, making medication time a reliable, stress-free experience
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FELINE GREENIES PILL POCKETS Treats - Chicken Flavor - 1.6 oz. (45 g) + FELINE GREENIES Original Dental Treats - Oven-Roasted Chicken Flavor - 5.5 oz. (156 g) + Precious Cat Ultra Premium Clumping Cat Litter, 40 pound bag
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Flavor Name: Chicken | Size: 1.6 oz
  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 1.5 x 7.2 inches
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  • ASIN: B001FSJCPK
  • Item model number: 20956
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (833 customer reviews)
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Flavor Name: Chicken | Size: 1.6 oz

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FELINE GREENIES PILL POCKETS Treats

Administering medications to your cat doesn’t have to be a headache. Simply slip the capsule into a tasty FELINE GREENIES PILL POCKET Treat, the #1 vet-recommended choice for giving pills*, and they’ll happily eat it without ever knowing they’re taking their meds!

PILL POCKETS Treats contain built-in pouches to easily hide a capsule for easier medication administration. PILL POCKETS are all-natural treats with fewer calories and less fat and sodium than human foods, making them a healthier option for giving medicine.

* Among products that U.S. Veterinarians recommend for assisting in administering pills.


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GREENIES Feline Pill Pockets Treats

Make giving medicine more enjoyable for both you and your dog by using GREENIES PILL POCKETS Canine Treats. Each PILL POCKETS Treat is a healthy and balanced alternative to human food.
Key Benefits
• TURN PILL TIME INTO TREAT TIME
• A healthier alternative
• Designed by vets
• Delicious flavor
• Convenient capsule size

Available Flavors

• Chicken • Salmon

GREENIES PILL POCKETS Canine Treats

Administering medications to your dog doesn’t have to be a headache. Simply slip the capsule into a tasty GREENIES PILL POCKETS Canine Treat and they’ll happily eat it without ever knowing they’re taking their meds!

FELINE GREENIES Dental Treats

Give your cat the best with FELINE GREENIES Dental Treats, the #1 vet-recommended dental treat*. Each tasty treat has a unique shape and texture to clear away plaque and tartar buildup with each bite.

* in Pet Specialty stores among U.S. veterinarians that recommend dental treats for at-home oral care

FELINE GREENIES SMARTBITES

Treat with a purpose with FELINE GREENIES SMARTBITES. These delicious treats not only promote bonding between cat and pet parent, they also contain natural ingredients for better nourishment.

NUTRO NATURAL CHOICE Dry Cat Food for Finicky Felines

NUTRO NATURAL CHOICE Cat Food is an easy choice for your finicky feline. Loaded with savory proteins, our specially shaped kibbles encourage a satisfying eating experience.

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FELINE GREENIES PILL POCKETS Treats are the number-one vet-recommended choice for giving pills.* FELINE GREENIES PILL POCKETS Treats have built-in pouches to easily hide tablets or capsules and ensure your cat takes their medication. These all-natural treats are a healthier alternative to using human foods, because they have fewer calories and less fat and sodium. Plus, they're made with natural salmon protein for a great taste. Make medicine-giving more enjoyable for both you and your cat.

Important Information

Ingredients
Rehydrated Chicken, Glycerin, Wheat Flour, Wheat Gluten, Vegetable Oil, Dried Corn Syrup, Dried Chicken Liver, Natural Flavors, Dried Cultured Skim Milk, Natural Chicken Bouillon Flavor, Sodium Bisulfate, Xanthan Gum, Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols

Directions
Feeding Guidelines Feed as a treat. 1. FILL: Hold PILL POCKETS Treat with your thumb and forefinger; insert medicine. 2. PINCH: Using the same hand to hold the PILL POCKETS Treat, squeeze the top half closed. 3. GIVE: The PILL POCKETS Treat is now sealed, and you can feed it to your cat. ATTENTION: To prevent transfer of the medicine's smell and taste, do not touch the PILL POCKETS Treat with the hand that held the medicine.

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Customer Reviews

Pill Pockets for Cats are soft, hollow, little cat treats.
jmatsu
My cat takes blood-pressure medication every day, but that's not a problem at all with these pill pockets-- my cat loves them (I give him the chicken flavor)!!
Semi-retired in LA
We were literally amazed the first time that we gave him one with a pill in it and he actually gulped it down without even tasting it.
Shawn Kovacich

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120 of 121 people found the following review helpful By Shawn Kovacich on September 16, 2008
Flavor Name: SeafoodSize Name: 1.6 oz
I have two cats, one is mine and the other is my girlfriends. My cat, although he isn't thrilled with getting the occasional "tummy pill," does do pretty well with them and doesn't usually throw too bad of a fit. My girlfriend's cat on the other hand, is quite the opposite. That little bugger will throw one of the biggest fits you ever seen when you attempt to give him a pill. You would think that we are trying to give him a bath he throws such a fit, which is another story all together!

Anyhow, we bought some of these "pill hiding treats" in an attempt to get him to take his medicine without the daily fight that is usually attached to the act of pill taking. The very first time we tried them we were both a bit apprehensive wondering if we had just wasted some money on treats instead of the normal band-aids which come in quite handy at pill time. Needless to say, these "pill pockets" worked!

We were literally amazed the first time that we gave him one with a pill in it and he actually gulped it down without even tasting it. Oh, what joy swept through our household. Little did we know that it was only going to last about 2 weeks. Just enough time for use to become complacent as far as the daily pill act was concerned.

Sure enough, we were once again outsmarted by the cat. Approximately two weeks into the "pill hiding treat" debacle, we started finding his pill on the floor but no sign of the pill pocket. We soon discovered that the little bugger was chewing the pill pocket off from around the pill and eating it without eating the pill.

Now we give him several "pill hiding treats" throughout the day, and only one of them has the pill in it, but he never knows which one it is. Although we never put it in the very first one, or the very last one.
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103 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Joel Tesler on January 10, 2007
Flavor Name: ChickenSize Name: 1.6 oz Verified Purchase
I have three older cats who take arthritis pills. One also takes a thyroid pill. I decided to try the pill pockets. For the first month or so, they all loved them, and they made it easy to give the pills. However, after three months:

One cat still loves them. I have to watch her carefully or she will steal the pills from the others.

One cat has figured out how to eat around the pill.

One cat sometimes takes them, but at other times just sniffs the pocket and skips it.

I have figured out a few tricks that help:

There are two types of pockets for cats: chicken and salmon. The chicken is slightly larger and more pliable and works better with larger pills. However, I think that the cats find the salmon tastier.

Get another cat treat and stick it to the side of the pill pocket. Then place the pocket so the treat faces down. My finicky cat is much more likely to eat the whole thing that way.

The pill pocket still helps with the cat who eats around it. After she eats the pill pocket, it is easier to shove the pill down her throat. She is more likely to swallow it instead of spitting it out if it tastes of pill pocket.

If you have two pills, try to fit them both in one pocket. Giving the cat fewer pockets will make it seem more of a treat.
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62 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Dr D on September 18, 2007
Flavor Name: ChickenSize Name: 1.6 oz Verified Purchase
So glad I got these. My cat is on a motility agent and I dreaded giving him the pills remembering the nightmare it was last year when I had to give him antibiotics for a month. With these it's no sweat. He gobbles it up. So much so that he begs for them. Today I got home and he'd managed to get the whole bag off the shelf he normally doesn't reach and tore up the bag and ate them all (more than 30 of them were left). I cringed at the thought of what would have happened if I'd decided to prefill the pockets with the meds. It would have been a tragedy - he would have overdosed and died. Thank goodness I had the instinct not to do that. So word of advice is do never prefill the treats in bulk. No matter how safe you think your storage place is.
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88 of 91 people found the following review helpful By zerotsm on January 3, 2006
Flavor Name: SeafoodSize Name: 1.6 oz
My cat is pretty laid back, but when it comes to pills, it is a two person job to "pill the cat". The pill pockets worked exactly two times before the cat got wise to the ruse and refused to have anything to do with them. He won't even eat a pill pocket as it comes straight out of the package now. You might improve your odds by making certain that you pinch the treat shut with the other hand, so that the outside does not pick up the flavor or smell of the pill. I did this, but I think that the cat still knew that there was something "funny" about this treat. Maybe my cat really doesn't like Salmon flavor, but he did eat them twice.

UPDATE!
I decided to give the Pill Pockets one more try, this time success!

The key, as I hinted above, is that you must take extreme care not to get the flavor or odor of the pill on the outside of the treat. If you are right handed putting the pill in, use your left hand to pinch the treat shut.

Even better is this sequence of steps:

1. Withhold food from the cat for three to four hours so he is good and hungry.

2. Lock the cat in another room so he can't see or smell what you are doing.

3. Get out the pill and prepare it (such as cutting in half if this is the doseage given), then set it on the counter.

4. Wash your hands carefully, using a soap that the cat doesn't mind, rinse your hands well and dry with a paper towel or clean dish towel.

5. Use tweezers to insert the pill into the Pill Pocket, do not use your hands!

6. Now pinch the Pill Pocket shut, being careful not to touch the pill.

7. Now feed it to the cat.

I first thought that when the cat started chewing, he would spit out the pill, but he didn't!
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