Relax! 3 behavior supplements for pets
Portia Stewart is a pun-loving editor who spends her days arguing the differences between cats and commas (commas are a pause at the end of a clause, while cats have the claws at the end of the paws). She is a minion to two cats and a dog.
Check out these veterinary nutraceuticals designed to give petsand their ownerspeace of mind.
shutterstock.comGot pacing pooches and scaredy cats?
Panting. Pacing. Pawing. An anxious pet can mean sleepless nights and distracted days for pet owners. One solution? Solliquin by Nutramax. Designed pet owners seeking a behavioral health supplement, Solliquin is intended to help support normal behavior and facilitate a calming effect in anxious pooches and fraidy cats. Choose from a once-daily soft chew or chewable tablet, which contains L-theanine, magnolia and phellodendron extracts and a select concentrated whey protein.
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Crash! Boom! Bam! Whether it's thunderstorms, fireworks, traveling or environmental situations, Zylkene from Vetoquinol is designed to get kitties off the curtains and pooches out from under the bed and in a calmer state of mind. It's a veterinary-exclusive product formulated with alpha-casozepine, which is derived from casein, a milk protein. But never fear. It's lactose-free!
In symphony with harmonease
Harmonease Chewable Tablets, from Veterinary Products Laboratories, are used to reduce stress in dogs. They boast a blend of Magnolia officinalis extract and an extract from Phellodendron amurense. These natural compounds bind to selective targets in the central nervous system associated with stress, but not to the receptors that would cause lethargy and muscle relaxation. The tablets come 30 to a bottle.
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