The Pet Calming Plug In Diffuser from Pet Remedy is a new and natural way of tackling stress and anxiety in dogs. Several years of research and trials have resulted in a unique formula using low concentration Valerian essential oil, blended with Vetiver, Sweet Basil, and Sage.
Pet Remedy works alongside the brain’s natural messengers called neuro-transmitters, which work by telling the nerve receiving the message either to calm (via GABA pathway) or get ‘fired up’.
In times of stress or anxiety the nerves get over stimulated, which leads on to the many different signs of stress we see in our pets.
The special Pet Remedy blend of essentials oils works alongside these natural relaxation pathways to help calm the nerves of anxious or stressed pets.
- Easy to use
- Clinically proven
- Ideal for pets including dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, rodents and birds.
- Plug-in and let the de-stressing properties slow release into the surrounding area
- Starts to help immediately
- Helps calm pet without sedating
- Helps pet become more attentive and receptive to you
- Lasts up to 8 weeks so good value
- Only 5 watts so cheap to run
- Works for all pets in household
- Coverage up to 60m2 (650 sq ft) (large room)
- Refill bottles available
- Diffuser also now available with US and European plugs
- Developed and made in England
Each pack includes 1 x plug-in and 1 x 40ml bottle
Effectiveness of valerian
Valerian (essential oil is obtained by distillation from the root of the plant Valeriana Officinalis) has been used for centuries as an effective and safe calming agent. There is ample anecdotal evidence of its efficacy.
Many Valerian preparations are too potent and can sedate rather than calm, as well as spiking the brain (like a sugar rush) which is inevitably followed by a rapid drop in effect
Pet Remedy is low concentration valerian blend and constant slow release, which is very kind and gentle on the metabolism of any mammal or bird
Stress can be triggered by:
- Separation /Alone at home
- New pet in home
- New home
- Changes in home
- Loud noises
- Visit to Vets
- Loss of companion
- Change in routine
Signs of stress include:
- Behaviour change
- Over grooming
- Lack of interaction
- Loss of appetite