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What are Purrge Drops for Cats and Dogs?
- Purrge is a hairball treatment for cats and mild laxative for both dogs and cats.
What problems could my dog or cat have with Purrge?
- Keep out of reach from children and animals.
How do you use Purrge?
- Use as directed by your veterinarian.
- Cats: For hair balls, give 2 to 5 mL for 2 or 3 days, then 1 to 2 mL 2 or 3 times a week. As a laxativem give 1 to 2 mL 2 or 3 times a week.
- Dogs: As a laxative, give 2 to 5 mL 2 or 3 times a week.
What is in Purrge?
- Ingredients: Liquid Petrolatum, cod liver oil, dl-alpha tocopherol acetate in a special palatable base.
Will I get what I see in the picture?
- Purrge is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.
Is it important for my dog or cat to finish all of the Purrge?
- Dogs and cats may use this product for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.
Who makes Purrge?
- Purrge is made by the manufacturer Performance Products.
15 total reviews
Rated 4.53 out of 5 stars
100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend
12 5 star reviews
1 4 star reviews
1 3 star reviews
0 2 star reviews
1 1 star reviews
Most Liked Positive Review
Easy way to administer hair ball treatment/laxative.
Use this for an extremely picky cat. Initially tried to give it by mouth and very difficult to syringe 1-2 ml into cat's mouth (too large amount/cat struggling to spit out) but found that if I put it in a small dish he will lick it up within the day...and this is a cat that is extremely picky. Much easier to use than the solid products that he will not eat and so therefore have to stick on tongue or on fur-messy. Very pleasantly surprised that he will lick this out of a dish and no struggle way to get laxative/fur ball treatment into the cat.
Most Liked Negative Review
Helpful for hairballs
This is a simple remedy for our long haired, older kitty who is plagued with hairballs. It isn't a "cure" but more of a relief for her. She flat refuses the pasty tubes of gunk, even the one the vet sold us that was suppose to taste good but she will ingest these drops. I do mix it in with wet food or milk sometimes. My only complaint is that the dropper that came with it is very hard to clean.
Great for hairballs for all fur typesFrom UndisclosedComments about Purrge Drops 60mLWe've been using these for years for our kitties and they REALLY have helped all of them.
It works!From UndisclosedComments about Purrge Drops 60mLMy Vet recommended it
Two happy brothersFrom UndisclosedComments about Purrge Drops 60mLThese brothers spend lots of time grooming themselves and each other. I've tried every product in tubes and they won't eat any of them. This is so easy to administer and very effective. Gave each 1ml daily for a week then 1ml once a week and fur balls no longer a problem. We're all extremely happy.
Great product!From UndisclosedComments about Purrge Drops 60mLFor hairballs and as a laxative and my vet agrees it's a great product
Helps my CatFrom UndisclosedComments about Purrge Drops 60mLWorks as expected and now I don't have to pay my vet to get it!
This medication helps my cats.From Panama City, FLComments about Purrge Drops 60mLThis medication was vet recommended for our three cats. Your company provides great prices and quick easy service. Highly recommend the product. #sweepstakes
This medication helped my cat.From UndisclosedComments about Purrge Drops 60mLThis is a product our vet recommended for our cat and we have been using it for a few years. We choose your company because of the great price and service.
cat constipation aideFrom TexasComments about Purrge DropsFirstly, my 16yo male large cat went to the Vet and had to have an enema because he was so constipated. He gets wet and dry food, he has diabetes and is on Rx food plus insulin shots. He has been having issues with constipation. Our vet recommended Purrge and it works!
NEVER AGAIN !From UndisclosedComments about Purrge DropsAll this did was make my cat Vomit ! Trying to get him to take it was almost impossible ! After a Vet visit......I was told to NEVER give this to him again !
Have used per vet recommendation for yearsFrom Pekin, IllinoisComments about Purrge DropsMy vet recommended this for a previous cat that was a "binge and purger" and it helped tremendously! I now use on all my cats when they start showing signs of hairballs, especially my long haired Male.
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Q & A
Is Purge safe for kittens?
This product is labeled for use in cats and dogs, but the manufacturer does not provide specific information regarding the minimum age of the animal. Please consult with your veterinarian before using this product.Verified Answer
I've read cod liver oil is not good for cats. My cat is 17. I wanted to try this for hair ball relief but not if it can result in high levels of vitamin A. How is your product different than normal cod liver oil? Thank you.?
Petrolatum is the active ingredient, while cod liver oil is an inactive ingredient in Purrge Drops. Each cat has an individualized response to cod liver oil; therefore, we recommend that you contact your veterinarian regarding any further questions or concerns about using the active or inactive ingredients in your cat.Verified Answer
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