Humans aren’t the only ones who deserve to de-stress and chill out. Check out these calming products for dogs to help your pup feel less stressed out. From calming sprays to CBD-Infused Capsules and more.
1. Pet Releaf CBD-Infused Capsules 10-Pack
Treat your dog’s inflammation, pain or anxiety with CBD Hemp Oil Capsules, created for medium to large dogs. Made with organic, whole food and human-grade ingredients, all Pet Releaf products are tested by independent third-party labs to ensure 100 percent safety and efficacy for your pup. $31.99. Pet Releaf; petreleaf.com
2. Calm My Pet Calm My Digestion Spray
Puppy have tummy issues? It’s the unscented, organic Calm My Digestion spray to the rescue. Use to support healthy weight or occasional chronic digestive concerns. Size is 1 full ounce or approximately 250 sprays. Veterinarian made in the USA. $19.95. Calm My Pet; calmmypet.com
3. Tomlyn Relax & Calm Chews
Perfect for at home or on the go, these tasty chews help calm stressed dogs. Created with ginger, chamomile and high level of L-tryptophan. Formulated for two sizes: small dog dose and medium-large dog dose. $11.49/small dogs and $14.49/medium-large dogs. Tomlyn; tomlyn.com
4. Tomlyn NPP Anxiety & Stress Control
This natural aid for stress-related symptoms has a hassle-free dosage — just pour the measured amount into your dog’s water bowl daily. Its water-based formula won’t change the taste or smell of the water. Helps with symptoms like stress-licking, anxiety, hyper excitability, restlessness and more. Comes in a 4-ounce bottle. $23.99. Tomlyn; tomlyn.com
5. Fido Biotics Relaxin’ Rover
Your dog will eat up this Salmon Sushi flavor blend of probiotics. Great for dogs with nervousness, hyperactivity, discontentment or responding to environmentally induced stress. Helps promote a healthy metabolism, immune function and digestion. Calming properties come from chamomile, L-tryptophan, ginger and valerian root. Each box contains 30 sachets. $19.99. Fido Biotics; fidobiotics.com
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My yorkie has become aggressive about having her face groomed, so much to the point that the grooming facility has been unable to complete her face. I suspect this has a lot to do with her eye surgery last year, and the progression of cataract, where she doesn’t see very well anymore. Is there a short term product I can administer at home that will last long enough for her to be groomed and/or get to the vet. Lately she hasn’t liked being handled either.
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My dog is is very scared of thunderstorms, fireworks, etc. And he is unsettled and anxious in the car? Where to buy the best quality calming CBD treats for my dog?
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If you ask me, the best way to calm your pup is to stick to the old habits and routine. In example, whenever my pup is upset, I calm him down successfully with his favourite Ivory Coat dog food. Not only that it’s his favourite, but he is used to it too. Familiar smells help reduce stress and you should use that to your advantage!
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