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A natural way to tackle stress and anxiety in all pets For most of us pets are an extension of our family. Just like us, individual pets react differently to the stresses of everyday life. Pet Remedy is a solution to this problem. A unique and patented formula of low concentration Valerian absolute oil with small inclusions of Vetiver, Basil amp; Clary Sage essential oils. Pet Remedy works with the pet’s own natural calming mechanisms by mimicking GABA (gamma amino butyric acid), which is a natural calming agent present in all mammals, birds, and reptiles. Natural Clinically proven Easy to use Starts to help instantly Helps calm pet without sedating Helps stressed pet become more aware of surroundings, and more attentive and receptive, which in turn helps confidence building and training. Stress can be triggered by: Fireworks New pet in home New home Changes in home Loud noises Travel / Visit to Vets Loss of companion Change in routine Alone at home Separation Signs of stress include: Behaviour change Spraying/soiling Over grooming Lack of interaction Pacing Loss of appetite Chewing Aggression Scratching Yawning What to expect from Pet Remedy You will often see a change in demeanour of a stressed pet within a few minutes as the de-stress amp; calming properties take effect. Remember, Pet Remedy is only a support mechanism that helps to calm excited nerves. This still leaves the matter of learnt and reactive behaviour to deal with. Often they will still react or behave in the same way as when stressed or anxious even if their nerve cells are calmed. For instance if the doorbell goes, a dog may still react by barking. An advantage with trainable animals such as dogs and horses, is that in helping calm, Pet Remedy helps them become more aware of surroundings and more receptive and attentive to you. This in turn means you can work on developing confidence and behaviour modification.

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