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Vetoquinol Tomlyn Laxatone Tuna 4.25 Ounces -

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Vetoquinol Tomlyn Laxatone Tuna 4.25 Ounces -
 
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4.0

Laxatone works but the design needs some work!

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from USA

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Laxatone works really well on my cat for his hairballs. He grooms himself a lot, so sometimes we use it weekly as a preventative. We will increase it to daily for 3 days or so when he gets into a problem. We can tell there's a problem when he gets backed up, there is hair in his stool, isn't eating as much. or starts throwing up. TIP: Ask you vet for a 3 cc syringe without a needle, because it makes giving Laxatone to your pet a lot easier. Take the plunger out of the syringe, firmly hold the opening of the bottom of the syringe (NOT the tip) against the Laxatone tube opening and squeeze the Laxatone into the syringe. stop squeezing before it fills all the way, leaving about a 1/2 to 1 cc gap so there is room to stick the plunger back in. Then you can hold the top of your cat's head with one hand while you slowly squeeze the syringe of Laxatone into the side of your cat's mouth a little at a time. I wish they would redesign the Laxatone tube and just put a tip on it, as it would make it so much better!

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4.0

Vetoquinol Laxatone works once it's inside the cat

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from Bremond, TX

Comments about Vetoquinol Tomlyn Laxatone Tuna 4.25 Ounces -:

Our cats have mixed reactions to Laxatone, but once inside the cat it relieves hairball problems quickly. We found out about this product after our senior cat was seriously blocked from grooming himself and his favorite friend. I wouldn't be without this product on hand to avoid another high vet bill.

Ock, the senior cat, licks Laxatone right off a spoon after sniffing at it as though he's never tried it before. After polishing the spoon, he gets a drink of water, and settles down on my lap for a nap.

Second cat, Fluff-Ums the feline princess, needs the stealth approach. As she sleeps on my lap I covertly apply a smudge of Laxatone to her paw. Her nose wrinkles, she wakes, and goes into a panic attack. She leaps from my lap to run across the living room with a look of horror on her face. Finally she licks the sticky substance off her paw, glaring at me.

Brighty and Bon-Bon react nearly the same whether treated first or last. "Oh, no! What are you doing? Run away! Run away!" Not surprising from semi-feral cats rescued as kittens. Both require the enchilada cat approach; wrap 'em in a towel, apply the Laxatone, and let them loose. Obviously a two person approach; I don't have enough hands.

Regardless of their reaction, all our cats get a weekly dose of Vetoquinol Laxatone. This product keeps their internals running properly despite the hair they ingest. The 4.25 ounce tube lasts a long time, even with four inside cats. Ask your Vet about Laxatone.

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