A nutritional supplement that provides specially blended feed nutrients to dogs to help maintain normal composure.
What Can Lead To Increased Restlessness in Your Dog?
Loud noises such as thunderstorms and fireworks.
A new job, new baby or even a small lifestyle change
Traveling with your pet can be difficult sometimes
After surgery, pets need to rest to help recovery
Signs of Restlessness
Dogs can often be afraid of loud noises
Trying to escape
Toileting in the house
Why Should I See My Vet?
At VetPlus we believe vets are best placed to advise the best course of action for your pet. If you pet seems extra restless or you need advise on situations like travel, moving house or a new pet, it can be helpful to talk to your vet. Your vet will be able to perform checks to ensure they’re healthy.
Our products are only available through veterinary practices. To find your closest vet practice stockist, please contact us.
What Else Can I Do?
Lots of owners find it useful to use a combination of :
Supportive nutritional supplements
Try to work out what it is exactly that your dogs is afraid of and then speak to your vet for guidance on what could make a difference long term.
Alongside this, you could try some of the following techniques.
It is important to remember that managing behavioural issues can take a long time and patience, so do not lose heart if the problems do not disappear immediately.
The following could help your dog during fireworks, or other celebrations with loud noises:
Make a den - many dogs have a favourite place to go and hide. Identify where they like to go in your house and make sure they have access to it. You could also build a den for your pet to go, choose somewhere warm and away from the windows and create a safe cosy hideout with a comfy bed and access to water.
Be cheerful - Be a good role model to them. If you can be with your dog when become restless, ignore whatever it is that the dog is concerned about; you could even whistle or sing to show how unaffected you are.
Exercise - If possible, take your dog out for a walk to tire them out before they encounter the situation making them restless.
The capsule can be opened and mixed with food, or given whole to your dog.
The product is a nutritional supplement designed to aid dogs during one-off or short term situations. Feed 30-60 minutes before the situation, with no more than 2 feeds in 24 hours and with at least 4-6 hours between feeds.
Calmex dog is an oral nutritional product containing a blend of feed nutrients, including amino acids and vitamins, to help support your dog to maintain normal composure. Amino acids like tryptophan and glutamine, which can be formed from theanine, can be used by the body as nutrients to support a normal healthy disposition. Calmex is not a pharmacological treatment for behavioural issues. If your pet shows signs of stress, always consult your vet.
All of our products are manufactured in Lytham, Lancashire to GMP Standard. To find out more about our manufacturing facility, click here.
Contact the vet you purchased Calmex from for guidance on the use for your pet. They’ll be able to provide specialised advice for your pet due to the records they keep. If you are unable to get the information you need from your vet, or if you bought Calmex, please contact us for assistance.
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