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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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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-petroleum 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.
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.
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.
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.
Apple Powder, Brewer's Yeast, Calcium Carbonate, Chicken (Dried), Liver (Defatted Pork), Magnesium Stearate, Natural Flavorings, Yeast (Torula).
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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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).
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.
She use to vomit them up and it was traumatic for her with all the wretching. I recommend this remedy for hairball.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it is not working at all, cat's keep vomiting. not good product at all.Published 14 hours ago by anna
My cat used to move it... now she won't even touch it. I tried to return it but is too late. Am very disappointed, I had finally found something that would help my cat. Read morePublished 2 days ago by cruz
I 100% agree with the other reviews. I ordered two new bottles, but the company changed the formula and now my cat won't touch them. So sad, because they used to be great. Read morePublished 3 days ago by CatNE
These pills were our kitties MOST favorite "treat" before bedtime - they would literarily come running from anywhere in the house after hearing only one shake of the... Read morePublished 3 days ago by A. Land
My cat LOVED it and would eat it readily, but the new formulation changed all that. No more brewer's yeast or freeze dried chicken. Don't know where the liver comes from. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Lily K Chang
This stuff is a miracle!! My.poor fur baby, of 16 yrs was wasting away from excessive hairballs & clogged digestive tract. Read morePublished 3 days ago by TN Lamfam