is a breakthrough formula to support skin tone, elasticity, and hair health. Hairball focuses on factors in cats such as healthy skin, G.I. tract, and urinary tract health issues. Pet Naturals Hairball Chews comes in a delicious chicken liver flavored soft chew that cats love the
Pet Naturals Hairball Chews: Is Not a Laxative or Lubricant
• Laxatives and lubricants should be used
sparingly as they can disrupt normal feline
digestion. Contains No Mineral Oil
• Mineral oil disrupts normal digestion and blocks nutrient
absorption in cats and should be used with caution. Contains No Herbals
• Diuretic herbs in some hairball products may actually
dehydrate your pet, reduce skin moisture, cause skin and
coat dysfunction, and increase hairball formation.
good stuff by Robin from Minneapolis, MN03/20/2013
These really work - they are wonderful and inexpensive; I recommend them highly.
1 of my cats won't eat these. The other that needs them the most ate them the 1st time, but won't eat them by themselves now. They need to be mixed into food. I do like that they are natural ingredients.
Great cat vitamin! by Jenn from St. Louis, MO06/18/2013
My cats love this vitamin and it really helps cut down on their hairballs!
Really works by Dee from NY01/23/2013
Have been using this product regularly for several years. My 8 year old cat has not had one problem since starting it and he loves them. Before using these he had some terrible episodes. Would highly recommend as a maintenance medication for hairball problems.
Easy to Use by Kasidee from Bowling Green, Ohio04/16/2013
I have a long hair cat who does not like to be brushed and does not like the gel type of hairball prevention. She readily eats the Pet Naturals and it has been working well for the two months she has been on it. I dispense two daily as recommended.
Gizmo loves these by Flo from South Bend, IN10/23/2012
Gizmo, our long hair cat loved these treats. I intend to order more
Good for Picky Eater by farmpair511 from Port Angeles, WA07/17/2012
We've had a heck of a time finding a treat she finds enticing enough to eat. Our little cat really likes the liver flavor and she is motivated to actually chew these rather than lick all the flavor off and leave it. Will be re-ordering as she also struggles with hair balls being an indoor cat.
Great for Hairballs by Melissa from Maryland12/16/2012
My cat Lily goes nuts over these treats and gobbles them up at lightning speed. Plus, they really do help with her hairballs! If I make sure to give her a couple of these every day or two, she stays hairball-free, however if I run out and she goes a week without them, it is likely that I will find a yucky mess waiting for me.
Amazing improvement in coat & digestion by Katy from Los Angeles, CA12/05/2012
I first bought these in May when my cat had a giant hairball that lasted 7 days. It was her first ever at age 4--obviously she'd been building hair up inside. She loves the taste. Then I just gave them occasionally. A month ago she had some distress, trouble going to bathroom & constipated. So we started giving her 4, then 2 a day once she felt better. Since then her poops are healthier, more quantity and more robust, and her coat has become incredibly soft and even shinier. She is back to her spry self and has developed a special meow over the last 2 weeks specifically to ask for these treats. We'll continue with them as long as she asks for them. We also switched her morning wet food to a raw one, Stella & Chewy's, after reading how some cats with lots of hairballs get better after switching to raw and/or grain free food. Seems the grain can slow down the intestinal motility, hair can then build up and not be digested as normal. Enzymes in raw food also help with that. And these treats are obviously helping lots as well. After just buying a new bag at Petco for $7.99 (!), I will purchase them here where I get other things.
Hairball Chews from Pet Naturals by Cat Woman in MA from Boston Area11/06/2012
I checked on the contents listed and my vet approves of this product to assist my cats (2) in naturally moving the hairballs through their system. We see to be having fewer problems with hair ball hacks.