Adaptil Refill 48ml helps calm nervous dogs who may have become unsettled by new people, surroundings or loud noises such as fireworks by creating a comforting environment
A calming synthetic copy of the canine pheromone, similar to that realsed by the mother, is slowly enter the room creating a calming, stress free environment for your dog that can also prevent any unwanted behavior which often stems from stress.
Many things can upset your puppy or dog such as new people, car rides, being left alone, fireworks or even a new lead. All of this can lead to the following behaviour to cope:
- Cowering from people
- Hiding away
- Excessive barking and whimpering
- Soiling in the home
- Destroying household items
- Creates a pleasant environment
- Reduces Stress
- Improves behaviour
- Non-sedative and non-systemic so it can be used alongside other types of medications
- Covers area 50-70m squared
- Clinically proven to help reduce inappropriate behaviours caused by stress
- Used by vets and pet owners worldwide for over 14 years.
- 85% of ADAPTIL users said they were willing to repurchase
The refill lasts 4 weeks (roughly 30 days).
Please note, this 3rd generation refill is compatible with 1st generation diffusers
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adaptil calm diffuseri found its the only thing that works with my anxious dog when he is left alone, and i would recommend it to others
Adaptil helps my boarders!I am a dog minder/boarder and use these diffusers in the dog bedrooms to help them settle at night. They are away from home and their owners, some get stressed, these help them to sleep peacefully me too if theres no crying!
Adaptil plug-inBrilliant product, have one in each room the dogs have access to and have since they were puppies.
adaptilI love this product as I have an anxious rescued Lurcher and it really works for us
Keep calmThis works for my dog when drops and other things were useless. It also lasts and so can be plugged out and in again for several occasions when dogs get anxious