Laxatone Cat hairball remedy
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Linda K.
Rating: 4

Laxatone for hairballs

posted 5 years ago

I used to use catlax (plain flavor) but not this kind comes in flavors. I have only tried tuna and who would have thought, she doesn't like tuna. She probably wouldn't like any kind. But the main thing is that it does control hairballs.

Pros: it helps take care of hairballs

Cons: the flavor that I have is tuna and she just doesn't care for tuna

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Lisa B.
Rating: 5

Good Hairball Remedy

posted 5 years ago

I have used Laxatone over the years and have been pleased with the results. I use it not only for hairballs but if a cat isn't eating well, only eating canned food, or being forcefed, I make sure they get some Laxatone every day as it seems to help keep their digestive tract moving. I always keep it around as one of the staples in my house.

Pros: Pretty easy to give, effective

Cons: price

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