- To immediately calm anxious, stressed and highly strung pets
- To reduce anxiety and excitability in competitive events
- To help your pet cope during times of domestic stress (moving house, new baby, new extension)
- To reduce distress during Halloween, fireworks, thunderstorms and other frightening occasions
- For pets with a history of abuse
What are the Ingredients?
PetCalm contains the following 100% herbal and homeopathic ingredients:
Scutellaria laterifolia (Scullcap) is one of the best known herbs for treating anxiety and other nervous disorders. Scullcap may be used for situational anxiety linked to a stressful event (e.g. a trip to the vet or a competitive event) or for more chronic nervous conditions. Providing tonic benefits for the entire nervous system, it helps to soothe and calm pets while also reducing excitability.
Passiflora incarnata is a tropical herb which has been used since the 19th century for nervous conditions and is often called a 'natural tranquilizer'. Modern research supports traditional usage and clinical trials have demonstrated the relaxing and anti-anxiety effects of Passiflora, which is often recommended to treat anxiety and reduce tension. Medical analysis has shown that Passiflora contains flavonoids which are responsible for its calming and anti-anxiety effects.
Kalium phosphate (Kali. phos.) (D6) is a biochemic tissue salt with many therapeutic benefits. It is extremely useful for the relief of anxiety and emotional tension and is of great help to pets with nervous dispositions who are sensitive to stress or change of any sort.
Argentum nitricum (Arg. nit.) (30C) is a proven homeopathic remedy for anxiety, phobias and other nervous disorders. Also effective for digestive disorders, especially when linked to anxiety and stress.
Sucrose (inactive ingredient)
PetCalm contains no gluten, artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.
How do I use PetCalm?
PetCalm comes in convenient dissolvable granule form. The tiny granules are easy to administer to pets of all sizes and personalities and are simply sprinkled on the back of the tongue and left to dissolve. No fuss and bother making it stress free for your pet!
Cats and small dogs: Large pinch of PetCalm sprinkled into the mouth.
Small to medium dogs: Two pinches sprinkled into the mouth.
Medium to large dogs: 1/4 cap of granules sprinkled into the mouth.
Preventative: Two to three doses of PetCalm may be safely given every day given as a nerve tonic for pets with nervous dispositions as well as those who have anxiety disorders due to traumatic histories.
Acute: PetCalm may also be used as needed for acute anxiety which is often linked to a stressful event. Administer every hour until symptoms subside. Thereafter administer three times daily for up to 21 days if necessary.
How has PetAlive PetCalm helped others?
"Our little Maltese is a real baby whenever it comes to a visit to the vet! If we give her a dose of PetCalm just before leaving and one when we are there there is such a big difference which makes everyone much happier. Thanks for this lovely remedy which is easy to administer - as you say truly without fuss or bother!" - Greta
"We give our dogs petcalm just before we have guests over as they always become excited and nervous when there are new people in the house. It helps very much." - Bridgetta R.
"Our Siamese cat has always been very nervous and jumps at the slightest sound. She hates the sound of vacuum cleaners and is very sensitive to noise of all kinds. Sometimes I feel very sorry for her as she can't even eat properly when she is nervous and even has developed eczema. Since we have been giving her Petcalm every day we have seen a big improvement and she is more happy and relaxed. I can recommend this product to anyone with a highly strung sensitive cat or dog." - N. D.
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