Calming Supplement For Dogs
Without chemical sedatives, RelaxForm is a safe and effective herbal calming supplement for dogs that will keep your dog relaxed without negative side effects.
A variety of situations can cause stress in your dog’s life, including fireworks, visits to the vet or groomer, household visitors, parties, bath time, thunderstorms or moving to a new home. And some dogs may be naturally predisposed to nervous temperaments. Often dogs that become sensitive to physical and emotional environmental factors will respond with symptoms of anxiety, nervousness, hyperactivity, excessive barking, abnormal urine marking, digestive upset, excessive scratching, repeated paw licking, trembling or shivering, or destructive/aggressive behavior.
Nervousness and stress burden your dogs’ system, especially the immune system, which can result in conditions such as poor skin and sometimes even bad allergies. Fortunately you can help your dog with stress by using RelaxForm to help him during these stressful situations.
RelaxForm works not by sedating your dog, but instead by providing non-addictive herbs and nutrients that will keep him calm. RelaxForm is specially formulated with hops (an herb that works as a natural sedative), passion flower (a gentle calming herb commonly used to alleviate anxiety associated with stressful situations), valerian root (effective and widely used in relieving stress and anxiety) and skullcap (a calming herb that is often used for treating anxiety and nervousness).
Use RelaxForm For:
- Fear of loud noises (fireworks, thunderstorms, New Year’s Eve parties)
- Visits to the vet or groomer
- Loud parties or household visitors
- Adapting to the loss of a companion
- Separation anxiety
- Adapting to new surroundings (home, kenneling, shows)
Ingredients (per tablet):
- Valerian Root125mg
- Passion Flower125mg
- Dogs up to 25 lbs – 1/2 tablet daily
- Dogs 25 to 50 lbs – 1 tablet daily
- Dogs over 50 lbs – 2 tablets daily
What Others Are Saying:
Jeanne – Hermosa Beach, CA
I bought this product for my West Highland White Terriers (Westies) because they have issues with thunder, loud noises and some general stressors. My dogs were definitely more calm, but not knocked out. I use it when I want the dogs to be relaxed if we have company over, it’s thundering, there are firecrackers, or workmen at the house.
Lisa – Gilbert, AZ
My Australian Shepherd is as sweet as can be, but he gets terrified if there are loud noises especially from fireworks. He runs inside the house and hides, or a few times he’s tried to jump over the fence to run away. I don’t like giving him sedatives or drugs, so I tried RelaxForm and was so happy with the results. He calmed down and was so much happier – and so was I. Thanks for a great product!
Wendy – Newhall, CA
I just moved cross country with my dog and gave him RelaxForm to help keep him calm during the drive. It really helped him with deal with traveling stress.
Jeff – Bellevue, WA
I have an older Chow who shows fear aggression, usually towards other dogs that scare her. She’ll show her aggression by lunging at dogs when we’re at the doggie park or on walks. I started giving her RelaxForm before we go to the park, and she seems much calmer and she has been ignoring the other dogs more than before. I definitely recommend it.
Stacey – West LA, CA
I’ve been using RelaxForm for several years – I love it! It calms any of my dogs who need it – for thunderstorms, fireworks, vet visit, long car trip etc. It works great, it’s all natural, no side effects, and easy to give – what more could I ask for? I’m a dog groomer and I tell all my clients about it.
Janine – East Troy, WI
Going to the groomers was such a chore – my dog Maggie was terrified of getting her nails trimmed and I hated seeing her so upset. I started to give her RelaxForm before the visits and it’s made a big difference. She is no longer scared and it’s easier for both her and for the groomer.
- Related Research Articles:
- Passion Flower – University of Maryland
- Valerian – University of Maryland
- Skullcap – University of Maryland
Valerian has long been used as a medicinal herb, specifically as a sedative and calming agent. Valerian has been used to ease insomnia, anxiety, and nervous restlessness since the second century A.D., and became popular in Europe in the 17th century. The roots and rhizomes (underground stems) of valerian are typically used to make supplements, including capsules, tablets, and liquid extracts. Scientists are not sure specifically how valerian works, but they believe it increases the amount of a chemical called gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain. GABA helps regulate nerve cells and has a calming effect on anxiety. Unlike most anti-anxiety drugs, Valerian is not addictive.