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Petromalt Hairball Relief- Fish Flavor - 2 oz.
Petromalt Hairball Relief- Fish Flavor is a laxative and an intestinal lubricant given to cats, but can also be given to dogs. Since most cats have the habit of swallowing hairballs, which causes discomfort, you can give relief your cat’s digestive tract by giving it Petromalt Hairball Relief- Fish Flavor.
Why Choose Petromalt Hairball Relief- Fish Flavor?
Not only will Petromalt Hairball Relief- Fish Flavor eliminate hairballs, but it will also prevent all future hairballs from troubling your little fur ball. If your cat is over four weeks old and has swallowed hairballs, this is an effective remedy to give them.
Since it is fish flavored, your cat will willingly lick the medication off their nose or paws. In a few days, you will see your cat’s condition improving. The key ingredients that eliminate and prevent hairballs is glycerin, which works as a moisturizer, mineral oil, which works as a laxative, and barely malt syrup, which gives it its tasty flavor. If your cat has developed a hairball problem, give your cat Petromalt Hairball Relief- Fish Flavor.
Here’s why your cat will benefit when you Petromalt Hairball Relief- Fish Flavor:
- Eliminates hairballs from your cat’s digestive system by lubricating it
- Relieves dry cough, constipation, and vomiting
- Available in tasty fish flavor
Side Effects & Warnings
No side effects have been reported from the use Petromalt Hairball Relief- Fish Flavor.
Corn syrup, barley malt extract, and mineral oil.
For kittens aged four weeks old, use a 1/2 to 1 inch ribbon once every week. To give your cat the medication, place it on their front paws or their nose so they can lick it off. You should give your pet the medication between meals. Do not combine the medication with food or give it near their meal time.
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