GNC Pets Ultra Mega Relax for All Cats - Chicken Flavor
DescriptionLife Stage: A- All Cats
- Delicious Soft Chew
- Features calming blend with L-theanine
- Use during travel, separation or environmental stress
Warning: For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately.
PRODUCT DIRECTIONS / ADDITIONAl INFODuring times of increased stress: It is safe to double or triple the above, as needed. Up to 15 lbs: Give 1 soft chew daily.
Over 15 lbs: Give 2 soft chews daily.
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A: The product comes with plenty of chews
B: My cat willingly ate and liked the flavor
C: It calmed her down so she wouldn’t be meowing the whole way down the road
It also interested me because it didn’t have any harmful ingredients that would make her sick. It generally takes 20, 30, or at the most 40 minutes to sink in and make your cat calm. If you want it to have a chance of working better, you could give your cat 2 chews. They come in a fish shape so they may be to big for a kitten to eat. I wouldn’t recommend giving your cat more then 2 a day. Overall, I think this product worked very well
9 months ago
9 months ago
She gets it once in the morning w/ other treats like her sisters (I have to palm it & give separately because they ALL want it). Depending on her behavior during the day she may get another in the late afternoon w/ their second set of treats.
I am pleased with the results.
It has been more successful than the Prozac & after some behavior modification, I hope to be able to discontinue using it. I will continue to keep a supply on hand in case of relapse & also to give to my nervous Nellies prior to vet visits.
We have a cat who overgrooms recently, to the point where he has a few bald patches. Is this product good for this behavior?