Calming Soft Chews
Formulated with chamomile, melatonin, thiamine and l-tryptophan to help calm and relax the mind and body while also supporting sensitive stomachs with ginger.
About This Product
Chamomile, Thiamine Mononitrate, Passion Flower, Ginger, L-Trytophan, Melatonin.
Brewers Dried Yeast, Canola Oil, Dried Potato Product, Flaxseed, Glycerin, Lecithin, Maltodextrin, Mixed Tocopherols, Natural Flavoring, Rosemary Extract, Sorbic Acid, Tapioca Starch, Vegetable Oil, Water.
Pets who have a difficult time during storms, fireworks, traveling, grooming and vet visits.
For use in dogs over the age of 12 weeks. Our unique blend of Thiamine and L-Tryptophan help reduce stress and tension. Ginger supports sensitive stomachs which is especially important when traveling, while melatonin helps to promote rest & relaxation.
What People Have to Say
and that's saying something. Our 15yr old terrier Wally has been a little edgy, as we've added a new family member. : ) Jerry is a 4mo old sheepadoodle - full of life and always hoping today is the day Wally wants to be his playmate. Nope. These chews help Wally from falling off the edge - he's a little calmer and a little more tolerant. He hasn't had any stomach upset, which is not only a plus but a surprise when introducing it to an older pet. Love them - I'm sold!
Our Stella is one tough dog...she is not afraid of bears..however she is highly reactive to thunder, storms and fireworks. Florida summers are challenging with the severe lightening, but the chews did as you said they would and kept her calm without drowsiness thorough some major storms.
These have been a lifesaver! I’ve used them twice now. Once with my neighbors were having a barbecue, and once when we were traveling and had to stay in a hotel. We used to live on property so my dog is trained to basically throw a fit anytime she hears a noise and we’re still trying to retrain her with barking. I gave her about four of these treats and she just seems to kind of chill out. They don’t put her to sleep but instead of barking she just kind of huffs under her breath, and that’s definitely a lot better than parking in a hotel!