Pill-Masker from Tomlyn is a moist, juicy, flavorful and shapeable paste that is perfect for wrapping around any size or shape pill. Pill-Masker makes giving pills to your pet easy!
Tips: Take a pinch of Pill Masker. Wrap the pill until completely covered. Feed like a treat.
Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Corn Syrup, Glycerin, Vegetable Oil, Stabilized Rice Bran, Spray Dried Liver Powder (stabilized with BHA, Propyl Gallate, Citric Acid), Dried Corn Syrup, Lecithin, Dried Cheese, Fish Oil, Natural Flavors, Salt, Sorbic Acid, Calcium Propionate (to preserve freshness), Brewers Dried Yeast, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, and Rosemary Extract.
PLEASE NOTE allergy information: the ingredient "Spray Dried Liver Powder" is beef liver.
- Original Formula
- For wrapping ANY size or shape pill
- Over 50 servings per 4 oz. container
- Bacon flavor cats & dogs love the taste
- Great alternative to pockets-doesn't dry out when wrapping pills
- Great to use as a treat and for training
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
- 4oz. (113.4g)
I was really hoping this would work for my cat because she takes a fairly large liver supplement. Unfortunately she did not go for the taste.
My cat, Frankie is 14 years old and has always had severe allergies. He has always had to take meds at least twice a day. I have tried everything. I found this and it is like magic. I put a very thin coat around his pill and just pop it in his mouth and he swallows it whole. No fighting to get it in his mouth. He used to hold the pills or liquid in his mouth until they dissolve and then drool and run and hide. It was a mess. He got to the point where he was afraid when he saw me coming towards him. It was heartbreaking. I use just enough to thinly cover the pill so I think this jar will last forever. I highly recommend it.
It's a great idea and the product wrapped well around pull but both cats had no interest. Maybe offer sample size bc it's a lot of money for a failure. Thx
We have a 2 year old Abyssinian Female Cat named Tuesday. She started licking her lower abdomen so much that she had licked off all the fur down to bare skin and continued until it was raw and sore. Then she continued the licking to include both hind legs. It took two different veterinarians and two more specialized veterinarians to find out that she had a staph infection. This is after something like $800.00 in Vet bills and 4 or 5 different diagnosis. Once we settled on what was really wrong, we finally got the medicine (Cefpodoxime) to treat her. Because she is already a picky eater, we got in liquid form with strong Tuna flavoring. We tried moist food, she smelled and walked away. Then in tuna water, pureed tuna, and every other cat food we could find that might mask the smell or taste. We then swithed to a new prescription in pill form which only comes in 110mg size, another $70. I crushed them up and mixed it with everything we could think of. I got one small can of every brand of canned cat food that Petco carries. I even softened the dry cat food she eats and reformed into the same shape and dried them to the same crunch, she still would not come near them. When I got the Pill Masker, I thought I had the solution to all my problems. I broke the half pills into 6 small parts and then made little balls about each piece. The first time she gobbled them down like treats. The second day she ate the first one, started licking her mouth/teeth like she had peanut butter in her mouth and stopped. I made small balls, just enough to cover the pills, she smelled the balls and left. I shut her in a bedroom with, water and the balls and left her there all day. Would not touch it. I finally used a Dremel © router to carve out pockets in Temptations treats, put the piece of pill in the pocket, paste it with Masker and so far she had taken the whole dose for the last 4 days. I just have to grind pockets for 26 more days, 6 per day.
My 10 year old boy Tigger has been taking pills his entire life. He has chronic feline herpes and thyroid problems. He takes 3 pills twice a day. I used to pop them in his mouth and then use a syringe with a little bit of water to help him wash it down. Now I just cover the pills with this and he gobbles them up! He is a very finicky cat and this makes things so much easier! He thinks he's getting a treat.