Actipet, Hip & Joint Defense, For Cats, Natural Beef & Tuna Flavor, 90 Chewable Tablets
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My cats actually eat it
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2981997 on Aug 24, 2011
The doctor prescribed this for my ageing cats.
The tablets are huge, but I crush them and mix the powder into their food.
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Hugo love it
Posted by Reviewer2126040 on May 15, 2014
Hugo was a huge blue cat hes almost 20 lbs ,becasue of his weight i need to buy a joint product to him & he love this so much hes always ask me to gave him to eat.
Good, but is very big
Posted by Reviewer1891763 on Dec 08, 2014
I have to cut this tablet up and mix it into my cat's food. He will not eat it just like that. Apart from that, it's a good product.My cat is 17 years old and had been having trouble going down the stairs, but is much better now.
Cat loves it
Posted by Reviewer1452756 on Apr 17, 2012
My cat loves this stuff and seems to be doing well. She has a back injury caused by a jumping accident back when she was fat and can be in quite some pain on bad days. She seems to benefit from these or at least she's doing quite well. I give these in conjunction with an organic raw meat & bones diet, keltic sea salt, chlorella, some butter, cod liver oil and some iodine weekly. On that diet she lost three kilos and got beautiful fur and good mood. The biggest step was to throw out the dry food full of grains, sugar and other carbs and cheap unhealthy salts and proteins.
By the way, I don't crush the tablets but just give them as candy treats and she loves it.
Bit impractical but helps
Posted by Naturopath on Aug 21, 2011
Says on the label chewable tablets, but advises you to crush, you really need a mortar and pestle to do this - should be a powder for pet use. Also mentions ginger & devils claw as ingredients but these are just for consumer appeal as no therapeutic dosages are listed. Starting to help though.