Help | About | Toll-Free 1.888.809.0750
We ship to
Thank you for registering
All the Latest Deals, News and More:

dog.com > Health > Calming Aids > Item # 493201

Rescue Remedy All Natural Stress Reliever

$13.29
Regularly: $18.99
30% 

promotional discount applied.  Cart total will reflect savings.

x

Sometimes, manufacturers require that products be advertised only at their suggested prices. When we choose to sell these items for less, we display the sale price only in the cart. To see the price, click Add to Cart.

SIZE OUR PRICE
10ml

$13.29

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

20ml

$17.46

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

Shipping weight = 0.50 lb.

(Details)

Product Summary:

Rescue® Remedy

Separation anxiety can be a problem for dogs of any age, size, or disposition, causing a range of inappropriate and unwanted behaviors. While the trend toward treating stressed-out pets with drugs is on the rise, Rescue® Remedy is a convenient, safe, all-natural alternative to pharmaceuticals. And it’s alcohol free, so it’s perfect for sensitive dogs.

Features:

  • Homeopathic remedy for anxiety in pets
  • Time-tested, five-flower formula
  • Alcohol-free
  • Easy-to-administer dropper is neat and convenient – add 4 drops to water, food, place directly into your dog’s mouth, or rub into the nose, ear or paw
  • Great for any pet: dogs, reptiles, fish (add to tank water), birds, cats, dogs, horses and rabbits
Item Specifications:

Sizes:
10 ml
20 ml

Active Ingredients:
HPUS 5x dilution of Rock Rose (Helianthemum nummularium), Clematis (Clematis vitalba), Impatiens (Impatiens glandulifera), Cherry Plum (Prunus cerasifera), Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum)

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
10ml 493201 10 BF01500 741273015000
20ml 493201 20 BF01531 741273015314

Product Reviews by Customers

Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 15 answers
Why did you choose this?
Dog.com Store
He gets a little anxious when I bathe him.
Barbara K on Apr 22, 2018
Calms my dog down in thunder storms
Here K on Dec 24, 2016
He gets a little anxious when I bathe him.
Barbara K on Apr 22, 2018
it was recommended to relieve stress for my show dog
Nancy B on Feb 18, 2018
Calms my dog down in thunder storms
Here K on Dec 24, 2016
My Dog is afraid of thunderstorms. A couple drops of this mixed in a spoonful of peanut butter calms her down
Les A on Aug 17, 2016
Chose this product because I have used before and it was effective in moderately calming her behavior.
Donna D on Jul 30, 2015
trying to calm a nippy, hyper, overactive, and non concentrated dog.
Elaina P on Mar 23, 2015
I have a 13 yr. old dog that has a terrible time with thunder storms, and July 4th fireworks.we have prescription medicine for her, but not real satisfied with it. Thank you.
Kathryn S on Jun 27, 2014
My Shih Tzu is terrified of thunder, with summer coming I need to find a remedy for major storm anxiety.
Nancy W on May 3, 2014
it was recommended to relieve stress for my show dog
Nancy B on Feb 18, 2018
My Dog is afraid of thunderstorms. A couple drops of this mixed in a spoonful of peanut butter calms her down
Les A on Aug 17, 2016
How many drops do you give the dog a day?
A shopper on Feb 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: As a dog trainer, I use it as a calming tool for the hour of training for anxious dogs. The four drops seem to take 15 minutes to work and last about 1 hour. You might want to consult a veterinarian if you would need to use it many times a day. Look for more long lasting products which would be more appropriate in the situation.
We rescued our dog about a week ago from SPCA. She was with a family who also had cats from puppyhood to almost a year old, then with a foster family and we have adopted her and we were told she is a very active dog. I know she has been through a lot and we have a cat that is a few years her senior and are trying to get them to tolerate each other. The dog appears to want to play with the cat but the cat will have none of it and if the dog gets too close she swipes at her. We usually have someone in the house with the dog but today for a little over an hour we were all gone and she tore into some books with had and shreded them. My daughter is thing of getting a large cage for her for when we are gone but I don't want to do that. Will the calming formula help her in this case?
Anne A on Feb 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You should probably consult your veterinarian. There could be another reason for the dog's behavior, just to rule out any other possible problems.