Natural Hairball Aid with Catnip (3 oz) is Formulated with the appealing taste of catnip, Natural Hairball Aid is a combination of natural herbs and oils which coat the digestive tract to help ingested hairballs pass through the intestines and prevent hairballs. *Petrolatum Free
For cats over 6 months: Give a few tasty licks (1-1/4" ribbon = 1/2 teaspoon) daily. For cats and kittens over 4 weeks old: Give half the regular amount (1/4 teaspoon) once daily.
My cat has been craving this stuff ever since I began giving it to her over 2 years ago. She sheds a lot since being an inside cat due to the a/c and when she first starting gagging/coughing I went to Pet Supermarket and bought this product. Since the price kept going up and it does such a terrific job, I wanted to see if I could get it a little cheaper.
Hence, Entirely Pets is my best friend.
If you have a hairball problem, Natural Hairball Aid is the answer for your pet.
Good Remedy for finicky feline by LeLu's Mamma from Bonney Lake, Washington11/19/2011
My kitty would never eat any of the other hairball medicines I tried. They all had petrolatum and malt as ingredients. I almost gave up until I saw this one without either of these ingredients and with catnip instead. LeLu loves catnip, so I gave it a try. She loves it, I have to get more. It seems to do the trick, no gagging hairballs - making both of us purr...
NaturVet Natural Hairball Aid with Catnip by Lori from Ashland, OR08/03/2014
I have been giving my cat this product for years. He is slim and healthy, without hairball problems. he also likes this product on his canned food, for flavor.
My 2 cats beg for this by KathyMJ08/29/2014
I never post online reviews, but felt I had to as this product is getting harder and harder to find (hope it is not discontinued!) -- my two long-haired boy cats BEG for this gel after I groom them every morning. They have very different palates and neither cares much for store-bought cat treats, but getting a few licks of this hairball gel is their favorite time of day. PS one of the cats has zero reaction to catnip or catmint, so I know it is not that ingredient which makes him come running at the sight of the tube cap being opening.
Good for one cat by kare09/17/2013
I have 2 cats. One will take this, but the other cat will not.
My cat hates this by Longtime cat owner06/19/2011
I tried this when I could not find Lax'aire. My cat is used to licking her medicine from my finger and considers it a treat. She tried this once and spent 20 minutes trying to get the taste out of her mouth. I tried again the next day and she got within about 3 feet of me, smelled it, and ran like she does when frightened by thunderstorms.
by from 03/01/2011
My cat tried this once and then ran away whenever I tried to give this to her afterward. I think the tuna flavor listed on the ingredient label might be the reason since she doesn't seem to like seafood very much (I always buy food made from chicken instead of fish).
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Natural Herbal Aid by dragnwings from N. Olmsted, Ohio06/07/2012
Overall I am pleased that there is no petroleum products in this item. On the con side it's runny and hard to get the cats to take. I wound up squeezing a bit in their food dish.
Catnip Hairball Formula by Sue39512/01/2011
After reading all the reviews here, I thought I finally found the answer to this problem. My cats love catnip! BUT.....they don't like this. I was so upset when they both hated it. I wish I could return it, but oh well live and learn.
the best ever by Jim04/01/2009
I have a persian that will not have anything to do with petroleum products, she loves this and comes right to my lap when she sees the tube. Well worth the money
Great product, but change container. by mags from WV04/15/2013
I LOVE this product and highly recommend it. My cat hasn't coughed up a hairball since the first month I started giving him this. The only problem is that the mixture doesn't mix well in this container, and the thicker stuff will come out separately from the thinner stuff. I solved this problem by putting it into a small dish with a lid, and my cat simply licks a little out when I offer it to him. He likes the taste so I never have to push it on him. Great stuff!