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Hairball Gel PF

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Hairball Gel PF

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Manufacturer: Ceva Animal Health

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PETROLEUM FREE

For Healthy Digestive Tract and Elimination

Natural Formula

Palatable Tuna & Chicken Flavor

For Use in Dogs and Cats

Palatable chicken flavored gel for the maintenance of healthy digestive tract. Recommended to help minimize the formation of hairballs and facilitate their elimination. Contains lecithin and beeswax to help emulsify and lubricate hairballs and aid their passage without the use of petroleum.

Feeding Directions:

To facilitate the passage of hairballs, feed a 1 inch ribbon daily.

To help minimize hairball formation, feed a 1 inch ribbon once to twice a week.

The product can be fed directly, or placed on the paw for the animal to lick off, or mixed with food.

Ingredients:

Soybean Oil, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Cod Liver Oil, Flaxseed Oil, Vitamin E, Sorbitol, Soy Protein, Poultry Flavor, Lecithin, Tuna Flavor, Beeswax, Maple Flavor, Methylcellulose, Chamomile.

For Supplemental Feeding Only. For Animal Use Only. Keep Out of Reach of Children and Pets. Store at Controlled Room Temperature.

Manufactured for: Ceva Animal Health, LLC, Lenexa, KS 66215, 1-800-999-0297

MADE IN USA

Net Weight:

 

 

3 oz (85g)

FNGELHB2003

REV:102813

NAC No.: 1328091.0

CEVA ANIMAL HEALTH, LLC
8735 ROSEHILL ROAD, LENEXA, KS, 66215
Toll-Free:   1-800-999-0297
Toll-Free Fax:   877-777-5138
Website:   www.ceva-us.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Hairball Gel PF information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the US product label or package insert.

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