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Calming Care for Cat Anxiety and Stress

anxiety, hyperactivity or is easily moved to aggression or stress, Calming Care may be a helpful supplement to administer. Please note: Animal behaviors are largely a result of their history, environment, breeding/training and general condition of their health. Undesirable behaviors or aggression may not be something that can be addressed with an herbal supplement. What Calming Care can do is support the nervous system so that your feline has a…


Pooch Protect Bug Repellent Spray

…If your pet experiences stress in day-to-day life events, consider using either Calming Care found here: to help reduce general anxiety (including separation anxiety) or Stress Gold found here: for more acute distress events such as travel. Each time your dog goes outdoors, there is an opportunity for pests like fleas and…


Stress Gold for High Stress Situations in Cats

…your pet feel pleasantly relaxed and possibly sleepy. What is Stress Gold used for? Stress Gold acts quickly on the nervous system so your pet can feel more relaxed at times when they might otherwise experience sudden anxiety, agitation or even aggression. Use Stress Gold before or after a known stressful situation to restore calmness. Many behaviors can be observed with an animal is under stress. A pet may appear nervous or agitated to the point…


Pooch Protect Bug Repellent Wipes

…Canines and felines do not metabolize these ingredients the same way that humans do when they are absorbed through the skin, inhaled upon application and especially when animals lick the product off their coats and ingest it. Pooch Protect Bug Repellent products do not contain these potentially toxic oils. Although many of these oils are safe for use in humans, they can present problems for canines and even more so for felines. You want to make…


Thyroid Support Silver for Cat Hypothyroidism

…do this by causing cells to take in more oxygen to make ATP, a molecule that carries energy. As cells use more oxygen to produce ATP, heat is given off and body temperature increases. The following is a list of possible feline signs and symptoms if there are inadequate thyroid hormones: * Low energy and listlessness * Weight gain despite decreased appetite * Dry skin * Thinning hair and hair loss * Cold intolerance (may seek warm places) * Bowel…

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