Pet Calm is made with:
- Chamomile, a stress reliever and nerve relaxant
- Lavender, which reduces anxiety and promotes restful sleep
- Sweet almond oil, which nourishes the skin and hair with vitamin E
Benefits of Pet Calm:
- 100% pure, natural and safe
- Easy to apply
- Suitable for cats, dogs and horses
- Calms pets during stressful situations (fireworks, thunderstorms, travel etc.)
- Soothes animals with a nervous temperament (anxious, fearful or excitable)
- Safe for use on kittens, puppies, foals, pregnant and lactating cats/dogs/horses
- It is safe for your cat or dog to lick their coat after Pet Calm has been applied
Good for humans too:
Our pets “read” our energy; if you are stressed when applying the Pet Calm, your pet picks this up and will stress more. To calm yourself, apply the Pet Calm to your hands, feet, shoulders and/or stomach a minute or two before you apply it to your pet. Pet Calm is 100% human-friendly and can be used as often as required.
Sprinkle 2 or 3 drops onto the supplied glove (for horses sprinkle liberally). Stroke the animal’s back with the glove; after 15 minutes he or she should be calmer.
The glove helps to spread the Pet Calm evenly on your pet's coat and to cover a larger area, especially for cats and dogs with long hair. Using the glove is more efficient than using your bare hands.
Cats and dogs: If your pet is not calmer after 15 minutes, apply another dose of Pet Calm with firmer pressure to ensure that the Pet Calm is transferred from the glove onto your pet's coat.
Horses: If your horse is not calmer after 15 minutes, apply more Pet Calm. Some horses just need more Pet Calm than others.
Essential oil safety for pets
Using undiluted essential oils for pets is not recommended as they can be harmful (and even cause death) for animals when used incorrectly. NEVER use undiluted essential oils on your pets. The biggest culprits are essential oils of tea tree and lavender that pet owners apply neat to wounds - it is toxic for pets as their bodies cannot metabolise undiluted essential oils.
Sweet almond oil (prunis dulcis), essential oils of chamomile (matricaria chamomilla) and lavender (lavendula angustiflorum)
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20 Feb, 2016, By Ann
We have dog that is extremely stressed by bad weather, he loves being rubbed with the mitt. Will most certainly keep using, it does seem to bring about some change.
Something that works
30 Nov, 2015, By Magda
My Maltese shivers like crazy when it rains, and when he has to go to the doggy parlour. Rubbing him all over at the first sign of shivering calms him down and in bad cases it takes about 15 minutes - but it works!
I Use it
23 Jun, 2015, By Kerryn
I donít know whether or not it helped but I use it lol
06 May, 2015, By Melanie
Love that I don have to stress about getting it into my dogs mouth and the effects are visible quickly. My dog scratches like mad at the change of season - no vets have yet been able to help but I found that using calming essential oils and homeopathic remedies on him really helps.