Promotes relief from fear or anxiety related to separation, kenneling, vet/grooming visits and other stressful situations often indicated by restlessness, barking, whining, crying, panting and other unwanted behavior. May aid recovery from feather plucking in birds.
- Unwanted behavior
- Feather plucking in birds
- Fast-acting liquid
- Natural medicine from Nature
- No harsh chemicals
- No known side effects
- May be used for puppies kittens and young animals
- May be used for senior pets
- Can be safely used long term
- Great value with up to 90 doses per bottle (depending on weight)
- Easy to dose liquid medicine
Dosage & Directions for Use
|WEIGHT (LB)||DROPS PER DOSE|
|animals less than 1lb||2 in at least 8oz of water|
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
- Dose medicine directly into mouth, in water or at meal/snack time
- Administer one dose 3 times per day, as needed
- In acute cases, one dose every 15 minutes up to 4 doses may be given
- When improvement is seen decrease frequency of dosing to twice daily then once daily. If symptoms reapear repeat original dose. Discontinue use when symptoms subside
INDICATIONS: A natural homeopathic remedy that promotes relief from fear or anxiety related to separation, kenneling, vet/grooming visits and other stressful situations often indicated by restlessness, barking, whining, crying, panting and other unwanted behavior. May aid recovery from feather plucking in birds.
ADMINISTRATION: Optimally, the liquid preparation should be dropped directly into the mucous membrane of the mouth, including lips, ideally in dogs by pulling out the labial pouch and in cats by raising the head until the mouth opens. Where an animal finds this distressful or an owner is unable to comply, the medication can be put in the water or milk. In the case that a pet is sensitive to the odor of the alcohol preservative, a 10 to 20 minute period should be allowed for the alcohol to evaporate before the liquid or food is presented to the patient. Occasionally, when dosed directly into the mouth, the animal may shake their heads as a response to the alcohol preservative. Cats may salivate excessively; in these cases, presenting it in food, water or milk alleviates these effects.