Sentry HC Petromalt Hairball Relief contains a unique blend of ingredients, including lecithin and beeswax to emulsify and lubricate hairballs and aid in their passage without the use of petroleum. Your cat will love the highly palatable chicken taste! Symptoms of hairballs include constripation, straining during bowel movement, dry cough and vomiting after meals. If symptoms persist, consult a veterinarian.
Contains a unique blend of ingredients, including lecithin and beeswax to emulsify and lubricate hairballs and aid in their passage
To eliminate hairballs, feed a one-inch ribbon of Sentry HC Petromalt daily until symptoms disappear. Give either from your finger or by placing on top of cat's front paw where it can be licked off.
To prevent hairballs feed a one-inch ribbon once or twice a week and brush your cat's coat frequently.
Ordered item weeks ago. It still hasn't arrived. Not just poor service. How about no service at all.
It claims to be tuna flavored, but it's not. It tastes like molasses, just like all the other useless remedies.
must taste good by cindi04/30/2013
My cat does not object to my putting it in her food.
too sloppy by she from France06/01/2013
I found this product rather thin and sloppy, difficult to put on your finger and insert into the cat's mouth. Other products I have used are much more firm in texture.
Looks like the above reviewer made an error … by Nunzio06/08/2012
… as no corn syrup shows up in the ingredient list. She probably meant to leave it on the MALT-FLAVORED Sentry HC Petromalt, which does have corn syrup.
by from 09/16/2011
I have been using Petromalt on my multi-cat household since 1989. For a few weeks, I have not been able to find it anywhere...either in stores or online. FINALLY! I found it. The contained looked identical and I ordered 6 bottles. They came today and I immediately opened one bottle and tried to feed it to my cat Minnow, who if given the chance, would nurse on the bottle until it was all gone. They are each allowed a strip at a treat after I trim their nails. Minnow sniffed it and walked away. WHAT?
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THIS IS THE ONLY PRODUCT MY CAT WILL EAT WHEN MIXED WITH FOOD.
Not What I Expected by Hellonwheels from Costa Mesa, CA11/12/2012
This product is quite runny, and smells horrible. The only way we can get our long-haired cat to consume any of this is to rub it on his paw. If he wasn't such a "clean freak," I doubt he would lick it off. I definitely won't be ordering this again.