Make stressful situations manageable for your anxious pet with Calmex for dogs.
What it’s for
Lots of situations stress out sensitive pets, from a new baby in the house to loud fireworks. Big lifestyle changes can be the biggest culprit, with unfamiliar surroundings, new faces and a different routine unsettling their sense of calm. During potentially stressful scenarios, watch out for symptoms like shivering, scratching, whining and accidents in the house to gauge how your pet is feeling.
Luckily, Calmex might just be the answer to your dog’s worries. It can relax them before trips to the vet or after surgery, or take the edge off when you have a party at home or fireworks are going off. You can reduce your dog’s general anxiety by leaving the radio on when you leave them alone in the house and giving them lots of reassurance on your return. If you’re worried that your dog seems more stressed or unhappy than usual, contact your vet for advice. This supplement shouldn’t be used as a long-term treatment.
- calms stressed or anxious dogs
- ideal short term solution during periods of upheaval
- feed capsules whole or mixed in with their dinner
- amino acid content naturally reduces anxiety
- B vitamins bolster the nervous system
How it works
This supplement is a handy solution to your dog’s anxious behaviour. It comes in capsules, so you can easily feed it whole or mix it in with your dog’s food at dinnertime. It’s packed with B vitamins to support their nervous system, as well as essential amino acids l-theanine and l-tryptophan, which trigger the release of serotonin for a naturally calming effect.
The dose you give your dog depends on their weight. It’s recommended that small dogs weighing less than ten kilograms have no more than half a capsule, while much bigger dogs weighing 55-70 kilograms can have three capsules, though not more often than twice in any 24-hour period.
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Aged terrier barking at nightAfter several months of dog 13 year old Jack Russell barking during the night and soiling indoors I went to the vet in some desperation. She prescribed Calmex and Aktivait. I read the contents and was dubious. That was two weeks ago. The dog gets half a capsule in something tasty at about 8pm. Over time she has been less and less stressed. Last night I put her to bed at 9 and didn’t get up until 5 am. Such a relief when I compare how she was earlier. I would like to know how they work. There is not much information for the layman.
Life savers!Our dog has the start of dementia and was keeping us up most of the night but since taking these it has been a miracle!
Works well.Our very aged large dog 7 stone! often has poor nights. 2 of these Calmex capsules hidden as best we can in a lump of chicken! do the trick. Just bought another big box of them. So, what more can I say......other than perhaps I should try them myself??
Pleased with deal.Very happy to be offered 15% discount....so increased my usual order as a result
Worth giving it a goCalmex was delivered quickly by Medic-animal and when I rang Medic-animal with a question the vet was really very helpful. I think the product helped calm my dog down a bit but next time I'll give 2 tablets instead of 1 as he's at the upper end of the weight to tablet ratio and I understand this is OK. Optimum time to give tablet is 3 hours before the main stress factor. I'd prefer to give Calmex over Valerian so will use in the future.