The diffusers are useful indoors; they have to be plugged as any other air freshener and they release a calming substance in the house creating a comfortable environment for your pet. Your dog can overcome the stress caused by traveling.
Your dog’s stress can also be dealt with by using homeopathic remedies.
It is not recommended to administer it more than twice a day.
Dogs that manifest stress and anxiety can also be calmed down using substances based on appeasing pheromones.
You can use an over the counter tranquilizer under several circumstances such as grooming, a medical procedure, if he becomes too aggressive or hyperactive, if he develops anxiety and fear or if you need to transport or ship him somewhere.
The drug exists for veterinary use in two forms – oral and injectable – and while the oral formulation has historic use in managing at home anxieties (e.g.
thunderstorms, fireworks, etc.), it can be unreliable in terms of desired sedative effect and onset/duration are often variable.
You can choose: Whichever type of tranquilizer you may choose, make sure you are administering the correct dosage for your pet.
If your dog exhibits serious anxiety problems, such as noise anxiety (i.e.