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Sentry HC Petromalt Petromalt Hairball Chewable

Petromalt Hairball Treats are intestinal lubricants that help relieve constipation, dry cough and occasional vomiting associated with hairballs. This tasty treat eliminates swallowed hair and prevents hairballs. Feed one or two pieces daily as a treat along with regular brushing of your cat's coat.

Available in liver, salmon and malt flavors. 2.5 oz.

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Sentry HC Petromalt Petromalt Hairball Chewable - Liver - 2.5oz

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Sentry HCPetromalt Petromalt Hairball Chewable - Salmon - 2.5oz

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She won't eat them\they smell awful

By Rev. M

from NYC, NY

About Me Long-time Pet Owner

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    • Cat will not eat
    • Smells bad

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      Comments about Petromalt Petromalt Hairball Chewable - Salmon - 2.5oz:

      I opened the bag and the smell of these things was awful. My cat literally ran away from them when she got a whiff. So they might work if you can get your cat to eat them.

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