Do you use an over-the-counter calming aid for your dog? One that’s very popular is Quite Moments Calming Aid. What happens if your dog eats more than they should?
Don’t just take our word for it…
“We have 2 very active dogs and within 1 week we have seen them chill out. Its been great!”
“Love these chews! They help my dogs calm down when I am away from home or any firework action.”
“Our dog was keeping us up all night pacing back and forth. Up and down the stairs. Even during the day she would pace back and forth. We knew this wasnt normal so we ordered the PremiumCare Calming Chews. Calmed her down by the second day an has been her normal self since.”
Yes! We offer a 100% money-back guarantee with every purchase. If you are not satisfied, we will fully refund your purchase, no questions asked! Simply reach out to us and we will help you asap 🙂
Yes! Our treats have been shown to work with consistent use. If for some reason, they do not work out for your pup, please reach out to us, and we will fully refund your purchase – no questions asked! 🙂
Every dog is different but generally, results may be seen as early as 1-2 days or may take up to 3-4 weeks of daily use to fully notice the benefits. In addition, we always recommend giving the treats 30 minutes to an hour prior to any anticipated stressful situation. If for some reason, you want to give more than the recommended dosage, it is safe to give up to double the recommended daily dosage 🙂
Each treat contains 125 mg of organic hemp seed oil and 75 mg of organic hemp seed protein powder 🙂
Yes! Below is the weight chart. You can also find this on the side of the container 🙂
Dogs under 25lb: 1 chew per day Dogs between 25lb and 50lb: 2 chews per day Dogs between 50lb and 75lb: 3 chews per day Dogs between 75lb and 100lb: 4 chews per day Dogs 100lb+: 5 chews per day
Our calming treats can be given to dogs over 12 weeks of age 🙂
Yes! Our calming treats have been shown to help reduce stress & anxiety for all situations, including thunderstorms and fireworks 🙂
What Are Stress and Anxiety in Dogs?
Dogs, like humans, also experience fear and anxiety. However, unlike humans, dogs can’t directly tell the cause of the stress. Therefore, as a fur parent, it is your responsibility to identify and understand the factors causing your pet’s condition. Typically, anxiety is a fear response of dogs that go haywire. Instead of a fight-flight-freeze natural reaction in times of fear, dogs tend to anticipate something that can harm them, causing them to feel stress and anxious. Loud noise, thunder, fireworks, and visual stimuli, like umbrellas, cause panic in dogs leading to anxiety. Prognosis usually depends on how early the stress is detected. Thus, it is important to observe how your dog responds in times of fear to know if there are any dog stress-related symptoms.
As a pet parent, you need to be aware that your dog has emotions, too. Among those emotions include anxieties, and below are the following:
Some dogs associate everything they value (food, company, play) with their owner. They love being with their owner at all times. Separation anxiety happens when he can’t enjoy his own company anymore, even with the presence of his food and toys. Dogs should learn to cope up on their own, even without their humans. Training them to be independent at an early age will help them overcome separation anxiety.
Dogs can determine even slight changes in the environment. Their first time visiting the vet, transferring to a new house, or being in the car can agitate them, causing fear and panic. Resource guarding is when dogs display aggressiveness if a valued item is being taken away from them.
Fear of Loud Voices and Noise
Fireworks, thunderstorms, and loud noises can cause stress to dogs. Hearing loud noises and voices will make them flinched and winced in stress and anxiousness. Dogs are usually associated with a lower level of noise, such as rain and wind.
What do calming treats do for dogs?
Chicken Flavor Dog Treats are designed to help calm down an energetic or anxious dog. Calming treat ingredients include chamomile and L-theanine and are great to use during scary events, such as thunderstorms or fireworks.
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