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

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  • Vet's Best Hairball Relief Digestive Aid for cats is a safe and natural way to help support a healthy digestive tract while helping to prevent hairballs
  • Our hairball remedy for cats contains natural ingredients like psyllium seed, slippery elm bark, marshmallow, and papaya extract
  • Vet's Best Hairball Relief supplements are free of petroleum-based ingredients
  • Each bottle of Hairball Relief contains 60 chewable tablets (chicken-flavored) that are easy to break up into smaller pieces
  • Perfect for mature cats of all sizes and bares the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) seal of approval
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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.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 2.2 x 4.5 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0002I9O84
  • Item model number: 3165810113
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,097 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #551 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)

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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.

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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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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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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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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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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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The large tablets are easy to break apart and give to your cats as treats. 7 of my 9 cats meow loudly and beg for these when I open the bottle. The other two are picky eaters but will eat these treats if I crumble them up into their food, which is very easy to do by hand.

I like the fact that this is formulated by a veterinarian. I did bring it to my own vet and she said that this was a great alternative to petroleum-based hairball products. Slippery elm bark is a great anti-nausea/anti-diarrhea home remedy. This formulation also contains psyllium seed to keep things moving along in the digestive tract, and contains probiotics.

My vet did recommend to start with only one tablet per cat a day (the bottle says give 2x/day at mealtimes) because they contain fiber (psyllium) and you always want to ease yourself and your pets into fiber to eliminate any possible intestinal upset. Do that for about a week, then introduce a tablet at the 2nd mealtime. One of my cats got really gassy on 2 tablets a day, so I backed him up to one, and he's doing fine.

I've noticed less hairballs being vomited and more hairballs being pooped out in the litter box since I started giving these to my cats. So for us, they are helping.

I do advise that if your cat has ANY medical conditions or is on a special diet of any kind or any medications, that you check with your vet before giving them these. Herbs and supplements can interfere with medications and can aggravate existing medical conditions.
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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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