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How Does Pet Remedy Work?

How Does Pet Remedy Work?

You can now get the Pet Remedy line of natural pet calming products here at Simply2 Pet Products. But perhaps you're wondering - how does Pet Remedy work? How can a spray or wipe help an anxious dog relax, or how does a plug diffuser keep my cat calm? Read on to find out how Pet Remedy works - and whether it's the best choice for your pet.

What is Pet Remedy?

Pet Remedy is a natural solution to pet anxiety. The relaxing formula is based on essential oils, selected and blended to provide instant calming to your pet. 

It's designed to be used any time, anywhere - whether you're at home, travelling in the car, or even at the vet or groomer. That's why Pet Remedy comes in a wide range of products, including wipes, sprays, and plug diffusers. There's even a shampoo and conditioner! 

The formula is water-based and pH-neutral, and totally free of any toxic chemicals. That makes it safe to use on any mammal, including dogs, cats, horses, and rabbits. Spray it in the air, wipe down a surface, or even apply Pet Remedy directly to your pet's fur or skin. 

Pet Remedy offers instant relief to your pet, meaning they'll be more attentive and less destructive.

Valerian root

How does Pet Remedy work?

Sometimes people worry about using anxiety relief products for their pets. They're concerned that anxiety medication will have side effects for their pet, or change their pet's personality.

If that's you, you can rest easy - Pet Remedy is not medication, and it does not contain any sedatives.

Pet Remedy contains a low concentration of Valerian oil, along with Vetiver, Sweet Basil, and Clary Sage essential oils. Valerian is commonly used in sleep aids, but Pet Remedy only uses a low dosage so it calms, rather than sedates your pet.

The unique Pet Remedy formula provides an instant relaxation effect because it works with the natural calming mechanisms in your pet's body. Pet Remedy mimics GABA, gamma amino butyric acid, which is an amino acid that blocks messages between nerve cells in the brain. 

This naturally tricks the nerve cells into calming down, providing immediate relief for your stressed out pet. 

 Dog with separation anxiety

Does my pet need Pet Remedy?

Sometimes, it's obvious that your pet is feeling stressed. Anybody who's tried to put their cat in a carrier for the vet will agree with that! 

Sometimes, though, the signs of anxiety in pets aren't as obvious as that. If your pet is displaying any of the symptoms below, they may be experiencing stress or anxiety:

  • Aggression
  • Urinating or defecting inside
  • Destructive behaviour
  • Excessive vocalisations
  • Pacing or restlessness
  • Repetitive, compulsive behaviour
  • Breathing heavily or panting
  • Trying to move away or escape

If this behaviour has started after a recent change or stressful event, this is a sign your pet may be suffering with anxiety. Some of the events that can trigger pet anxiety include fireworks, changes in schedule, a new pet in the home, or an injury.

Of course, this isn't an exhaustive list! It's worth paying attention to any unusual behaviour in your pet, and get them checked out by a vet to be sure there's nothing medically wrong. 

 Pet Remedy anxiety relief products

Which Pet Remedy product should I buy?

The Pet Remedy range includes all sorts of products to make sure that you can use it in the way that's best for you. So which calming product is best for your pet?

If you have a stressful event coming up, Pet Remedy has a range of kits designed with those in mind - from fireworks, to travel, to moving house. Click to shop the selection - you're sure to find one that's right for you. 

If you're still not sure how you can relieve your pet's anxiety, click here to take our Pet Remedy quiz. No need to sign up or give any personal details! We'll just ask you a few simple questions about your pet, and use your answers to recommend the product that's best for you. Take the quiz

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