Do You Have an Anxious Dog? Some Information To Help You.

Canie Calm


Do you have an anxious Dog?

Anxious Dog?  I have a lot of Love and Kisses pet Sitting clients call me all the time to ask me what to do for their dog to help calm them down.  Especially in a thunderstorm.  Here is what I have found to be very helpful.

Do you have an anxious dog when it comes to storms, or just in general? I encourage you to try Canine Calm, by Earth Heart and available through For Tails Only, a new direct sales company specializing in pet supplies.

The product description is below:
Canine Calm uses pure essential oils to help dogs relax during non-routine activities, and fearful or unsettling times.
Help your dog stay calm during thunderstorms, fireworks and other loud noises, parties, training, competitions, adoptions, Halloween and other holidays, bath time, grooming, creating separation, and clinic or kennel visits!

Canine Calm® contains pure essential oils traditionally used for relaxation. The essential oil concentrate can help create a calming environment when diffused in the home, kennel, spa or clinic. The natural remedy mist is easy to use by lightly misting your fingertips and gently massaging the dog’s outer ears or abdomen. You can also mist the dog’s favorite blanket, bandana or bedding used inside the home or travel crate. This family friendly product is safely diluted for use with puppies from 8 weeks old.

Canine Calm is made in the USA. The natural remedy mist is packaged in a BPA free recyclable container, and can be sprayed directly onto cloth, skin or fur without staining or leaving a sticky residue. The essential oil concentrate is packaged in a glass vial with drip insert. Dog lovers and professionals recommend Canine Calm as a safe and effective natural remedy for over 90% of dogs who experience whimpering, cowering, trembling, panting, pacing, drooling, barking, shaking, vomiting and other signs of upset during non-routine activities, and fearful or unsettling times.

It is available on this website at Under DOGS—>Dog Training & Behavior



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