Aristopet Cat Laxative and Hairball Remover
Information about Cat Laxative and Hairball Remover:
Cat Laxative and Hairball Remover Remover is a laxative paste for the removal and prevention of hairballs in felines. Cat Laxative and Hairball Remover comes in a palatable malt flavor for no fuss administration to your pet cats.
Self-grooming is a regular part of a feline?s daily routine. It keeps ?em looking clean and cool. However, this habit causes wet, ingested hair called hairballs to form in your pet?s stomach. Hairballs can cause your pet cats to cough, vomit, gag and become constipated. Help prevent hairballs by providing your furry pet with a routine dosage of Cat Laxative and Hairball Remover.
Cats can have bad hair days too. Long-haired felines especially need more protection from hairballs. Cat Laxative and Hairball Remover is an easy to administer and tasty laxative to make sure your cats are hairball-free despite regular self-grooming. Your finicky feline friend will definitely love its special malt flavor. Cat Laxative and Hairball Remover contains soft white paraffin, malt syrup, liquid paraffin, cod liver oil, sodium benzoate, vitamin E and purified water.
Unique Features of Cat Laxative and Hairball Remover:
- Removes hairballs in felines
- Prevents the formation of hairballs despite your cat?s regular self-grooming
- Palatable malt-flavored taste that your pet cats will enjoy
- Best for long-haired felines
- Comes in an easy to administer paste
Directions for use
Recommended Dosage: Use 2 to 3cm for the average 4kg feline. For smaller cats, vary amount accordingly. Squeeze recommended dosage from tube. Most felines will readily accept dosage of Cat Laxative and Hairball Remover. For the more finicky ones, place a small amount on cat?s paw. Allow the cat to lick his paw and get used to the pleasant taste.
For hairball prevention and as laxative: Administer 2 to 3 times a week. For hairball removal: Administer once daily for up to 1 week.
Warning: Prolonged use of Cat Laxative and Hairball Remover may cause certain vitamin deficiencies in your pet cat. Consult veterinarian if symptoms persist.
You pay $7.95