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The best thing, along with the Furminator. Cats love it and it helps the hairballs come out one way or the other. The Furminator lessens the need, but if the need exists, Laxatone does the trick. And 9 out of 10 cats I've known have loved it. My only concern is it's probably not the best thing for their teeth but regurgitating is probably worse for teeth and overall health. 06/13/2011
Not good The product I've been using for a few years now seems not to be available so I tried the Laxatone tuna for my cat. It is so thick that no matter what you try to do to it ( and we tried several different things) he can not get it off the plate or any other surface to be able to eat it. It was a complete waste of money but more importantly I now have nothing to use for my cats problems. This is not a good product. 03/22/2011
Use on Kitties Paw! I've been reading a lot of the reviews here of people who were unsuccessful with getting their cats to ingest this product. The easiest most fool-proof way is to smear the dose onto the topside of their paw. Cats cannot help BUT to lick anything off their paws; it's a natural reaction and we all know how cats are about grooming themselves. Trust me, they will NOT leave this stuff just slathered onto their paw. I've been a vet tech for 6 years and use Laxatone on my own cat, and have always recommended and used the "paw" method. This product is excellent, and will definitely work to get those hairballs out! Follow the dosing directions to the letter. 12/04/2013
My Maine Coon was 15 this past July, housebound, and without a companion cat. He's devoted to us, and when we're gone even for a week, he starts to get constipated. Laxatone works wonders, not the least of which is that he likes it. We've relied on it for the past four or five week-or-more trips, and he's been fine. But thank goodness for the cat-loving neighbor lady, too, who makes sure he's fed and as happy as he can be when we're gone. 11/06/2013
If only he would eat it If I could just get Tigger to eat it I know it would work and help him he is very fussy. I put it in his treat, and still he won't eat it. So what can I do? 09/28/2013
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I have a Maine Coon mix who tends to throw up a lot in the spring. He's also on the heavy side (currently on Prescription Diet for weight loss) and over 10 years old. Which is the better option for his needs?
Answer:¬†Both products are great.The Laxatone helps prevent hair from clogging the digestive system, which reduces vomiting and hairballs. The Hairball plus is loaded with omega 3 & 6 fatty acids to help support your cat's G.I. tract. So if your looking for something that does a little more than just hairballs, then the Hairball Plus would be the best thing for your Furry Friend.
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