Cici has been hopping on her leg for more than a week now. Am getting concerned and going to take her to a vet who specializes in orthopedics/surgery for dogs soon. Every time we take Cici out for a nice walk/exercise, like yesterday, we took her to a fenced park and hiking trails… she had a blast and did not want to go home… but last night her leg was bothering her… I had to help her get up on her chair several times.
What I did was gave her a couple of Pet Natural’s Calming treat supplements. They calmed her right down and helped her take a little nap. She conked out which relieved the pain in her leg. This is a comfort to me because there is nothing else I can do right now. And let’s face it, there are just times when we need our pets to chill out and relax without drugs.
A little while ago, I wrote about ways to calm your dog down when they are stressed out and/or have the holiday blues… I just found out about this product which is a great addition to that list. What I like is that these are an all natural treat. You may find them useful, too…
If your pet does not do well traveling, pop a couple of these treats in their mouths and they can relax. Or if your pet has issues going to the vet, groomer or during thunderstorms, these would work well during those times, too.
The first 500 people receive a FREE TRIAL SIZE and valuable coupon at www.calmingforpets.com
The Pet Natural’s Calming treats are made from all natural ingredients… no herbs.
Active Ingredients Per Approximately 1 Soft Chew:
Thiamine (Vitamin B1) . . . . . . 62.5 mg
L-Theanine . . . . . . . . . . . 21.12 mg
Colostrum Calming Complex . . . .10.56 mg
Inactive Ingredients: brewers yeast, canola oil, chicken liver flavor, citric acid, glycerin, mixed tocopherols, propionic acid, proprietary blend (maltodextrin, sodium alginate and calcium sulfate), rosemary extract, silicon dioxide, soy lecithin, vegetable oil, whey.
Cici is pretty mellow. When I gave her 2-3 of these treats, she scarfed them up. They look like tiny bones. And come in various sizes for different size dogs, small, medium and large.
• Changes to Environment • Company or Parties
• Veterinary or Grooming Visits • Boarding or Holidays
• Boredom or Separation Stress • Moving or Traveling
• Fireworks and Thunderstorms