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Stress Gold for High Stress Situations in Cats

…showing aggression. If the animal is unable to calm down, there may be an increase in heart and breath rate. Stress can be expressed by urinating, biting or incessant meowing. In some cases, stress can be induced by a medication, but in most cases it is due to something in the animal's environment: * Travel, boarding, moving * Loud noises like thunder, yelling, children or fireworks * Change in pet owner, even temporary * New people in the…

$35.95

Itch Support Gold for Cats

…or atopy), food allergens, flea allergy or a secondary reaction from another health issue. Examples of Common Allergens: * Pollens and grasses * Dust, dust mites and molds * Fragrances and other chemicals including those found in most laundry detergents, pet shampoos and household cleaners * Cigarette smoke * Prescription medication (including flea medication or medicated flea products) * Insect bites (including fleas) * Dander and feathers (may…

$34.95

Itch Support Gold for Dogs

…or atopy), food allergens, flea allergy or a secondary reaction from another health issue. Examples of Common Allergens: * Pollens and grasses * Dust, dust mites and molds * Fragrances and other chemicals including those found in most laundry detergents, dog shampoos and household cleaners * Cigarette smoke * Prescription medication (including flea medication or medicated flea products) * Insect bites (including fleas) * Dander and feathers (may…

$34.95

Omega Mender Itch Ender - Cat

…has bright, odorless hair and skin, free of debris, grease and irritation. A cat's skin may be irritated if it has a rash, is dry and/or flaking, greasy, red, or itchy. The causes can be numerous from food allergies to fleas and ticks and other irritants. If your cat vomits after a meal, this is an indication that he may have a food allergy. Cat owners should pay close attention to the cat's environment such as its bed or sleeping space…

$21.95

Stress Gold for High Stress Situations in Dogs

…showing aggression. If the animal is unable to calm down, there may be an increase in heart and breath rate. Stress can be expressed by urinating, biting or incessant barking. In some cases, stress can be induced by a medication, but in most cases it is due to something in the animal's environment: * Travel, boarding, moving * Loud noises like thunder, yelling, children, or fireworks * Change in pet owner, even temporary * New people in the…

$35.95
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