Calmex Capsules for Dog
Keep your anxious pet calm and relaxed with Calmex for dogs.
How it works
This calming supplement comes in capsule form and is designed to be taken in stressful situations to reduce anxiety in dogs. You can feed them it whole or mix it with their food. It contains essential amino acids such as l-theanine and l-tryptophan, which have naturally calming properties and encourage the release of serotonin, as well as B vitamins that support the normal function of the nervous system.
It’s recommended that dogs under ten kilograms have half a capsule, while those weighing 55-70 kilograms can take three capsules no more than twice in a 24-hour period. This supplement should only be used occasionally and not as a long-term solution. If your dog’s anxiety is giving you cause for concern, don’t hesitate to see your vet.
- helps to calm stressed and anxious dogs
- can be given whole or mixed with food
- contains naturally calming amino acids
- B vitamins to support the nervous system
- suitable for use during house moves, travel and fireworks displays
When to use it
All sorts of things can cause your dog stress, from fireworks displays to moving house. Lots of noise can upset your dog’s sense of balance, making them frightened, while big lifestyle changes can be confusing and result in unfamiliar surroundings that can lead to anxiety. Signs of anxious behaviour include trembling, restlessness, excessive whining and toilet accidents. You can help combat it with lots of reassurance, calming background music and exercise.
If you find your dog is struggling to adapt to your new baby, and that car journeys are proving troubling on a regular basis, try Calmex to settle their nerves. Calmex can even keep your pet relaxed following surgery, so they don’t overexert themselves or accidentally pull out their stitches.
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Aged terrier barking at nightAfter several months of dog 13 year old Jack Russell barking during the night and soiling indoors I went to the vet in some desperation. She prescribed Calmex and Aktivait. I read the contents and was dubious. That was two weeks ago. The dog gets half a capsule in something tasty at about 8pm. Over time she has been less and less stressed. Last night I put her to bed at 9 and didn’t get up until 5 am. Such a relief when I compare how she was earlier. I would like to know how they work. There is not much information for the layman.
Life savers!Our dog has the start of dementia and was keeping us up most of the night but since taking these it has been a miracle!
Works well.Our very aged large dog 7 stone! often has poor nights. 2 of these Calmex capsules hidden as best we can in a lump of chicken! do the trick. Just bought another big box of them. So, what more can I say......other than perhaps I should try them myself??
Pleased with deal.Very happy to be offered 15% discount....so increased my usual order as a result
Worth giving it a goCalmex was delivered quickly by Medic-animal and when I rang Medic-animal with a question the vet was really very helpful. I think the product helped calm my dog down a bit but next time I'll give 2 tablets instead of 1 as he's at the upper end of the weight to tablet ratio and I understand this is OK. Optimum time to give tablet is 3 hours before the main stress factor. I'd prefer to give Calmex over Valerian so will use in the future.