Catnip

5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Catnip is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 58.
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Catnip

5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Catnip is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 58.
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Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this brand! My cats love this stuff. It not only makes them high, it relaxes them when they are tense and gives them an intense happiness. My one cat just rolls on the floor after one sniff (she's a lightweight), while my other cat eats it and acts like she's so mellow she can't be bothered with anything... love this stuff.
Date published: 2019-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great catnip I tried buying another brand last time and my cats didn't like it at all. They love this brand.
Date published: 2019-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great nip We consider ourselves experts on quality catnip and this brand is tops. We love the buzz we get from this brand. It's arrives so fast and the quality is the best. We will order it again. Thanks.
Date published: 2019-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It works!! I put about 2 or 3 tbsp in a baby sock and had my wife to sew it up, my cat loves it and snuggles with it alot. It's enjoyable to see her playing again (she's about 11 yrs old). When the smell gets weak, I just put it back in the tub it came in overnight. I will reorder this catnip.
Date published: 2018-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have just bought my second order of catnip from Pet Meds. I have two kids-one is Taz who is a year and the other is grumpy Blue who is 10. There is enough catnip in each container that now I can put them in large baggies and soak their toys in the catnip. Then I rotate the toys each week and they always have catnip and smelly toys. I will buy more as soon as we run out
Date published: 2018-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the good stuff I usually buy catnip from a pet store locally, and my cats have always had a blast. But I ordered this catnip (and received a free sample, Thank you!) and they love it even more! I've never seen them so playful. Great quality AND quantity with this tub, you can't go wrong here.
Date published: 2018-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Catnip It's fresh and my four cats love it.
Date published: 2017-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kitty Tested Kitty Appoved My kitties go crazy for this catnip, They are so funny to watch spazzing out after tasting it.
Date published: 2017-02-10
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Questions

Regarding your catnip (1.5 ounce tub): what is the country of origin for this product? Thank you.

Asked by: Gerry
USA. San Francisco
Answered by: Shari PetMed Pro
Date published: 2020-06-17

Where does this product come from originally??? My cat had a very bad reaction.

Asked by: catlover
The brand is Healthy Quality Catnip. We are sorry to hear about your furry baby. Please give us a call and we will be happy to refund what you have paid.
Answered by: Shari PetMed Pro
Date published: 2020-02-17

Does it affect a cats appetite?

Asked by: Walda
Thank you for your question. Catnip is an appetite stimulant for most cats; some vets suggested it as a natural way to get your kitty to eat more if he needs to. Decreased appetite in your cat requires a visit to the vet to make sure he doesn't have an underlying issue. Typical responses to catnip include salivation, rolling and rubbing, running and leaping.
Answered by: Crystal RPTechnician
Date published: 2018-08-30

is catnip safe for cats to eat?

Asked by: juju
Catnip aids in their digestion, so I have read, so it is good for them. Just pinch a small amount between your fingers and "smoosh" it to release the oils and place it on a dish or sprinkle it on their wet food. Just a little bit. Mine eats it and there have been no problems.
Answered by: Lynne1218
Date published: 2018-04-12

How to use catnip

When you say "apply" catnip to scratching post, how does one "apply"? Just rub in on? And for beds, or "condo's" just sprinkle it on? A little help please
Asked by: Debbie
I take a pinch and rub it between my fingers while sprinkling it on the cat tree. Then I rub it into the fabric with my hand. Do it quick before the cats get there and run interference. Also, I use one of those food handling gloves so that the cats won't go nuts over my hand all day.
Answered by: Roger L
Date published: 2018-04-12

can catnip be put into or on the cats food

Can Catnip be put into or on the cats food.
Asked by: Ima
No, use only as entertainment.
Answered by: Spicy Peach!
Date published: 2015-07-07

how do you identify catnip overdose?

Asked by: shagaela
I only give a teaspoonful, a very small amount at one time. When I fill Ebony's mouse with catnip, I put about one teaspoonful in it. I hope this helps.
Answered by: Dinee
Date published: 2016-03-07

Why do you recommend giving catnip only once per week?

Asked by: Deb
Not sure why they recommend that little in that amount of time, although I DO know that it is a stimulant. I normally give my cats about 1/2 teaspoon at a time...no more than once a day. I have had a cat get a toy open that had nip in it and he ate it all and was fine. Guessing there was at least 3 tsp. in there. Just don't go over 1/2 a teaspoon once a day and there won't be a problem with an overdose
Answered by: The Rescuers
Date published: 2016-03-07
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What is Catnip?

Catnip is an aromatic herb that when used in moderation, induces a harmless physiological reaction in some cats. It can be applied to scratching posts or used in stuffed toys. Watch as your cat paws at it, chews or licks it, purrs, or even growls in joy over the treat. Your cat will love it!

For:

Cats (3 months of age or older)

Benefits:

  • Can give cats an intense, euphoric high
  • Can be an exercise stimulator for overweight cats
  • Temporary remedy for stressed cats
  • Owners enjoy seeing their cat's reaction

How it Works:

Catnip is a plant in the mint family (it's also referred to as catmint). It contains nepetalactone, which causes the playful reaction that most cats experience. Cats detect nepetalactone through the outer layer of skin in their noses where the nepetalactone binds to one or more receptors where its thought to mimic a cat pheromone.

Cautions:

Do not give more than one teaspoonful of catnip more often than once a week. Some cats can react aggressively. If your cat becomes aggressive, stop using catnip and consider an alternative.

Brand Name:

Healthy Quality Catnip (SF Herb)

Active Ingredient(s):

Catnip

What is this product used for:

Catnip is a plant in the mint family. It is found throughout the United States and grows wild as a weed. Catnip is used as a treat.

Availability:

Catnip is a non-prescription (OTC) product.

How this product should be used:

Catnip should not be given more than once a week or the effects may diminish. Apply catnip to scratching posts or use catnip in stuffed toys. Most older cats will become excited or aroused as they smell, chew and eat catnip. When using freshly cut stems and leaves, bruise it slightly before giving to the cat.

What are the side effects:

Cats under 3 months of age do not usually respond to catnip. Not all cats are stimulated by catnip in the same way, and approximately one third of cats will not respond at all. The differences in response to catnip can be due to environmental factors, genetics and the gender (males usually respond more than females due to the effects of nepetalactone, the principle found in catnip). Typical responses to catnip include salivation, rolling and rubbing, running and leaping.

What special precautions are there:

Do not give more than one teaspoonful of catnip more often than once a week.

In the event of overdose:

Contact your veterinarian or veterinary emergency room.

How should I store this product:

To preserve the potency of catnip, store this product in the freezer, in the original container it came in.

Catnip Directions:

  • Catnip comes from a plant in the mint family. It is found throughout the United States and grows wild as a weed. Catnip is used as a treat for cats.
  • Catnip is for cats only. Do not give to dogs.
  • Catnip should not be given more than once a week at the most.
Tip:

Apply catnip to scratching posts or use in stuffed toys. Typical responses to catnip include salivation, rolling, rubbing, running, and leaping.

Catnip Dosage:

Catnip Dosage for Cats/Kittens (over 3 months of age)
Weight Dosage
All weights Apply -1 teaspoonful of catnip to a toy or scratching post once every 1-2 weeks.
Catnip Dosage for Dogs
Dogs
Do not use!
Catnip Dosage for Horses
Horses
Do not use!

Storage:

To preserve the potency of catnip, store this product in the freezer, in its original container.

Catnip Ingredients:

Catnip
Active Ingredients Amount
Catnip 100%

What is Catnip?

Catnip is an aromatic herb that when used in moderation, induces a harmless physiological reaction in some cats. It can be applied to scratching posts or used in stuffed toys. Watch as your cat paws at it, chews or licks it, purrs, or even growls in joy over the treat. Your cat will love it!

For:

Cats (3 months of age or older)

Benefits:

  • Can give cats an intense, euphoric high
  • Can be an exercise stimulator for overweight cats
  • Temporary remedy for stressed cats
  • Owners enjoy seeing their cat's reaction

How it Works:

Catnip is a plant in the mint family (it's also referred to as catmint). It contains nepetalactone, which causes the playful reaction that most cats experience. Cats detect nepetalactone through the outer layer of skin in their noses where the nepetalactone binds to one or more receptors where its thought to mimic a cat pheromone.

Cautions:

Do not give more than one teaspoonful of catnip more often than once a week. Some cats can react aggressively. If your cat becomes aggressive, stop using catnip and consider an alternative.

Brand Name:

Healthy Quality Catnip (SF Herb)

Active Ingredient(s):

Catnip

What is this product used for:

Catnip is a plant in the mint family. It is found throughout the United States and grows wild as a weed. Catnip is used as a treat.

Availability:

Catnip is a non-prescription (OTC) product.

How this product should be used:

Catnip should not be given more than once a week or the effects may diminish. Apply catnip to scratching posts or use catnip in stuffed toys. Most older cats will become excited or aroused as they smell, chew and eat catnip. When using freshly cut stems and leaves, bruise it slightly before giving to the cat.

What are the side effects:

Cats under 3 months of age do not usually respond to catnip. Not all cats are stimulated by catnip in the same way, and approximately one third of cats will not respond at all. The differences in response to catnip can be due to environmental factors, genetics and the gender (males usually respond more than females due to the effects of nepetalactone, the principle found in catnip). Typical responses to catnip include salivation, rolling and rubbing, running and leaping.

What special precautions are there:

Do not give more than one teaspoonful of catnip more often than once a week.

In the event of overdose:

Contact your veterinarian or veterinary emergency room.

How should I store this product:

To preserve the potency of catnip, store this product in the freezer, in the original container it came in.

Catnip Directions:

  • Catnip comes from a plant in the mint family. It is found throughout the United States and grows wild as a weed. Catnip is used as a treat for cats.
  • Catnip is for cats only. Do not give to dogs.
  • Catnip should not be given more than once a week at the most.
Tip:

Apply catnip to scratching posts or use in stuffed toys. Typical responses to catnip include salivation, rolling, rubbing, running, and leaping.

Catnip Dosage:

Catnip Dosage for Cats/Kittens (over 3 months of age)
Weight Dosage
All weights Apply -1 teaspoonful of catnip to a toy or scratching post once every 1-2 weeks.
Catnip Dosage for Dogs
Dogs
Do not use!
Catnip Dosage for Horses
Horses
Do not use!

Storage:

To preserve the potency of catnip, store this product in the freezer, in its original container.

Catnip Ingredients:

Catnip
Active Ingredients Amount
Catnip 100%