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Laxapet 50g tube

Some cats, especially long-haired ones, are prone to hairball formation. Often these build up in the stomach, and will be vomited up, but sometimes the hairball becomes impacted. Laxapet is a useful product in such circumstances.

Laxapet is especially formulated for dogs and cats for hairball and general regular movement.

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Laxapet is a highly palatable and effective laxative specially formulated for dogs and cats. It is a malt-based gel flavoured with fish oil and is readily accepted by all animals. It softens the stools and lubricates the contents of the alimentary canal. It is an excellent laxative for constipated animals and is especially effective in the prevention and treatment of hairball impaction in cats.

Composition:

Each 5 grams of Laxapet contains:

  • petrolatum BP 2g,
  • Lecithin 250mg,
  • cod liver oil 65mg,
  • vitamin A 800iu,
  • thiamine hydrochloride 0.25mg,
  • riboflavin 0.15mg,
  • pyridoxine hydrochloride 0.2mg,
  • cyanocobalamin 0.5mcg.

Laxapet also contains lecithin, a source of nutritional phospholipids, as well as linolenic acid and other unsaturated fatty acids. Preservatives: sodium benzoate, BHA.

For the prevention and treatment of hairball impaction the cat. As a laxative for dogs and cats.

Mode of action

Laxapet softens the stools and lubricates the contents of the alimentary canal.

Dosage and directions for use

  • 2.5g to 5g per day for two or three days,
  • then 1g to 2.5g three times weekly (2.5g is about half a medicine measure).
  • Squeeze directly from the tube onto cat's nose, tongue or front paw- it will be readily licked off.
  • For Dogs Use double the cat dosage administered directly into the mouth or mixed into food.
  • Repeat when necessary.

 

Pack size

50 gram tubes

Further information

Consult your vet if you suspect anything other than a minor blockage. For example, if you think your pet has swallowed a large or sharp object; if faeces are not passed within 24 hours of administration; or if the animal is in severe discomfort.

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