This was recommended by a vet for my hyper ancious dog. Fireworks, storms, loud noises (I have seven grandchildren) - all added to his anxieties. It works! I have no idea why, but in conjunction with his sroem vest he has become a much calmer boy.
My neurotic cat stressed by foxes so spraying in the house and attacking his sister and felliway was doing nothing
This smells disgusting so really didnt expect my fussy cat to take it but add it to his wet food and he sniffs and then eats it funny creatures i have only been giving him half a dose daily but he is def much more chilled with itback to hanging out with his sister And if give him a full does he is totally chilled amazing thank you
so would def recomend it for cats
Weve tried this twice on our cocker spaniel before bathing and clipping and he seemed to be calmer afterwards
Fantastic, Peace at Last!
After many years of striving to find a stress relief for our 12 and 11 year old dogs on bonfire night we have finally found one that does exactly what it says in the marketing blurb! We have tried the tablets but the drops are far more effective and start working very quickly. We put the appropriate number of drops into a plastic syringe and squirt them into the side of their mouths. The smell isn't great and the dogs don't like the taste......but who cares. We've had carpets ripped up and dogs frantically squeezing into the smallest spaces, panting, drooling, running around the house, climbing into the bath etc etc just to get some relief from the fireworks. One dose of this product and they lie down and go to sleep.....no stress! A great success.
Can't comment truthfully on how the product works as my dog will not touch it. Refuses to eat her food if I try to hide it in there. The smell is awful. Sadly it looks like I've wasted my money.
We would like to thank the customer in this review for their comments. We would advise to fill the pipette and squirt into the dogs mouth and then follow with a tasty treat. We have contacted the customer in this review direct.
I use this with my cats all the time because they are so neurotic. I add some to their morning wet-food. They now even come and try to lick the bottle.
I'm using this with my young dobermann bitch, as a mild calmer before showing, as she has a short attention span, and can be a little wriggly when being gone over. I can definitely see the difference in her when I have used it - she is much more relaxed and far less fidgety, but not in the least dopey.
I have an ultra-nervous greyhound and at the first roll of thunder or the first firework I give her a few drops and the effect is almost instantaneous; it's far quicker than any calming tablets from the vet and there are no side effects. It's brilliant.
Valerian is something that I find invaluable to give to my dog when there are thunderstorms or fireworks in the vicinity--she is calmed without side effects--and it keeps ME sane!!