Pill-Masker 4 oz
If pill pockets don't work for your cat, try this
My cat will not eat pills in pill pockets. I hide her pills in the Pill Masker and then sandwich it between a treat, like an Oreo cookie. It has worked well.
May 10, 2015
Don't know what I'd have done without it!
Giving pills, be they capsules or tablets, can be a challenge. Things like peanut butter, cheese, or other soft foods may be fine occasionally. But over the long haul, my pets would refuse them. I've tried pill pockets and other products along that line. No Go! Then I found Pill Masker and success. I've a dog that's taking 5 prescriptions! One of them, 3 times a day, the others two times a day. It's been a year now, and the pliable and palatable pill-masker works like a charm. My dog sadly, has a treatable heart condition but not curable. Seriously, do not know what I would have done without this product. The meds are doing their job and so is the Pill Masker.
January 26, 2015
now my cat will accept pills
After struggling with all the tricks in the book to get my CKD cat to let me give her her daily meds, Pill Masker finally made it possible. It hides the nasty taste of the meds and smells attractive to my cat. I don't even need a pill shooter any more; I just open her mouth, tilt her head back, and drop the Pill Masked med into the back of her mouth. Voila!
December 8, 2014
This is really easy to use, and my cats love it. It molds easily and really captures that pill in there. When you are giving pills multiple times a day, this is a welcome way to simplify the process.
August 11, 2014