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Nutri-Vet Pet-Ease Chewable

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Product Summary:

Nutri-Vet® Pet-Ease Liver Chewables

 

While fireworks and travel are fun for most people, they can be scary, anxious times for our four-legged companions. Nutri-Vet® Pet-Ease helps your dog deal with traumatic or unfamiliar situations, like separation anxiety, visits to the vet, boarding or even parties.   

 

Features:

 

·         Helps your dog cope with stressful events (such as separation anxiety, grooming, boarding, loud noises, etc.) or everyday life

·         May curb inappropriate marking, destructive behavior and excessive barking or howling

·         Chamomile, hops, ginger root extract and other ingredients promote relaxation

·         Great for puppies or adult dogs

·         An effective, homeopathic alternative to prescription medications

 

 

Item Specifications:

 

Size:

60 count


Product Reviews by Customers

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My little girl HATES storms & fireworks. Every 4th. of July just a few days after we end up at the vets office with a bladder infection. She will not even use the bathroom she is so scared. I'm praying that this might make things a little easier.
David L on Dec 30, 2016
Like the brand, like the ingredients, and am trying for my rescue dog to see if it helps!
Bonnie L on Sep 9, 2015
Need something to calm my pomp bichon mix. She gets bothered by beeping of smoke detectors, appliances, and even the ping from FB
CAROL H on Sep 26, 2016
this didn't work
Dorothy H on Oct 4, 2014
Are these strong enough to help a dog who goes into full blown panic before and during storms and how long do they last after administered? Also, how often can you give them?
A shopper on Jun 2, 2015
Best Answer: They are fine for my two goldens, 1 yr and 7 yr for storms etc. I wouldn't know for a full blown panic attack ! Maybe something stronger, if a full panic attack by medical definition, would be needed.
They last about 3 or 4 hours.
Reply · Report · henry s on Jun 2, 2015
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I don't see a list of ingredients or how many chews are required for weight of dog. Could you provide this information?
A shopper on Aug 21, 2016
Best Answer: Per the Manufacturers website:

Directions for Use: One (1) chewable per 10 lbs body weight daily.

Active Ingredients per Chewable:
Chamomile – 45 mg
Dried Hops – 45 mg
Ginger Root Extract – 35 mg
l-Taurine – 20 mg
l-Tryptophan – 10 mg

Inactive ingredients:
Brewers Dried Yeast, Magnesium Stearate, Cellulose, Liver Meal, Natural Flavor, Magnesium Silicate, Silicon Dioxide, Stearic Acid, Sucrose.

Key Components -
Chamomile's high content of the amino acid tryptophan provides a calming effect. It also contains high amounts of calcium and magnesium as well as iron, zinc, flavinoids and essential oils.

Hops act to counter nervousness and reduce stress and anxiety.

Ginger is well known for relieving indigestion and nausea and has been used with pets that become carsick when traveling.

Taurine is an amino acid that plays a major role in the brain as an "inhibitory" neurotransmitter. Taurine provides a similar anti-anxiety effect that helps to calm or stabilize an excited brain.

Tryptophan helps the body produce serotonin, a remarkable chemical that acts as a calming agent in the brain.


Best Use - In preparation for travel, thunderstorms or other stressful events. Great for anxiety.
Reply · Report · Samantha PStaff on Aug 24, 2016
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