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How to tell if your cat is stressed

By on Apr 3, 2018 in Pet Remedy News | 0 comments

Stress has been identified as a trigger for most common cat behavior problems. Cats do not show their emotions as overtly as some other species and tend to withdraw and become quiet rather than show their anxieties. It is important for owners to appreciate the subtle signs of stress in their own cats in order to provide the best possible care. Click here to find out...

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Video Review By Lucky Ferals

By on Mar 28, 2018 in Pet Remedy News | 0 comments

  A detailed review of Pet Remedy. A natural de-stress and calming solution for pets made from essential oils including valerian and vetiver. Pet Remedy USPs: No warnings on product – completely safe Works immediately and lasts longer No need to dilute or swallow Works on all pets – dogs, cats, rodents, horses to name a few.  One product does all. Natural – Plant...

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How To Stop Your Dog Chewing

By on Mar 28, 2018 in Pet Remedy News | 0 comments

Don’t Lose Your Precious Furniture to Dog Chewing Although chewing is a way to keep teeth strong and clean, excessive chewing can harm your dog’s teeth, potentially causing dental trauma. In puppies up to the age of eight months, chewing can result from the pain caused by teething. In older dogs, boredom or anxiety can cause excessive gnawing, which can destroy beloved items in your home. Save your dog’s teeth and your furniture and calm him if he is anxious, by following these tips: The Root Cause of Chewing The first step to stop your dog chewing on wooden furniture and other items, is to find out why he is displaying this behavior in the first place. It could be that he is bored and is letting out pent up energy through destructive behavior. Dogs love to be out and about all day, but if you work long hours outside the home, see to it that Fido gets at least one long walk a day, in which he as the chance to run, play fetch, and smell the environment around him Tiring him out will ensure he is more likely to feel like napping than gnawing, when he is alone. If stress is the key cause of chewing, Pet Remedy spray, which is totally natural and can be applied onto your dog (and other stressed pets in the home) to soothe frazzled nerves. The solution (which can also be diffused throughout your home) contains valerian, a perennial herb that is well known for its sedative qualities and is often taken as a supplement by human beings.   Investing in Training Stopping destructive behavior in the bud involves time, patience, and training. Every time your pooch starts chewing, make a loud noise (fill a jar with marbles or stones and shake it, for instance), then hand your dog a quality chew toy (try a stuffed Kong). This will let him know that some items are prohibited, while others are okay to chew.   DIY Measures to Adopt If your dog is particularly interested in one item of furniture, make your own essential oil spray, blending around two cups of water with 20 drops of therapeutic grade citrus essential oil, and spraying it onto furniture. It will lend...

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How to Help Relieve your Dog’s Separation Anxiety

By on Mar 5, 2018 in Pet Remedy News | 0 comments

How to Help Relieve your Dog’s Separation Anxiety   Natural Remedies For Treating Dog Separation Anxiety That Work When you leave your dog home alone, can you really be sure how they are feeling about your absence? Many pets, including dogs, experience separation anxiety when their owners leave them to go to work, head to the shops or take a trip away. America is a nation of animal lovers who kept 89.7 million dogs as pets during 2017 and most would be heartbroken at the thought of their beloved pooch suffering when they close the front door. It’s important to recognize the symptoms of stress in dogs quickly so that you can tackle it with natural remedies before their anxiety worsens. Natural remedies that work A veterinarian who diagnoses a dog with separation anxiety may prescribe one of a number of medications to your pooch to ease his anxiety. However, these drugs are not normally required and they’re expensive. No owner wants to have to dish out a daily dose of pills to their pet and this is where natural remedies come into their own as they’re cost-effective, safe to use and best of all, they work. Valerian, Vetiver, Basil and Sage are all proven methods of restoring calm, which is why Pet Remedy has produced a natural solution that works fast on all pets and it’s as simple as a few sprays to ensure a happy and calm dog. What can be done in the home When it’s time for you to leave, be sure to leave items for your dog that will stimulate them and reduce their separation anxiety. Treat dispensers can provide entertainment and enjoyment for hours, while a chew toy is a great way to pass the time. You should even think about leaving some music on to amuse Fido while you’re out, as research has found that classical music can reduce separation anxiety and stress in canines. Don’t forget to leave the Pet Remedy Plug-in Diffuser on too, as it will provide a calm and relaxing environment for your dog to kick back in while he waits for your return home. The importance of exercise Walking is one of the most natural things anyone can do and, as any dog owner will know,...

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Halloween Safety Tips for Pets

By on Oct 5, 2017 in Pet Remedy News | 0 comments

Halloween can be a fun time for children and families. But for pets it can be a nightmare. Avoid the stress and dangers this year by following these easy tips. Trick-or-treat – not for pets All forms of chocolate — especially baking or dark chocolate — can be dangerous, even lethal, for dogs and cats. Symptoms of chocolate poisoning may include vomiting, diarrhea, rapid breathing, increased heart rate, and seizures. Halloween sweets containing the artificial sweetener xylitol can also be poisonous to dogs. Even small amounts of xylitol can cause a sudden drop in blood sugar and subsequent loss of coordination and seizures. Keep pets confined Not only will your door be constantly opening and closing on Halloween, but strangers will be dressed in unusual costumes and yelling loudly. This is scary for our furry friends. Putting your dog or cat in a secure room away from the front door will also prevent them from darting outside. Keep Halloween plants such as pumpkins and corn out of reach Although they are relatively nontoxic, such plants can induce gastrointestinal upset should your pets ingest them in large quantities. Intestinal blockage can even occur if large pieces are swallowed. Don’t keep lit pumpkins around pets Should they get too close, they run the risk of burning themselves or knocking it over and causing a fire. Don’t dress your pet in a costume If you do decide that your pet needs a costume, make sure it isn’t uncomfortable or unsafe. It should not constrict movement, hearing, or the ability to breathe or bark and meow. If they seem distressed, allergic, or show abnormal behavior, then its best to go without. Festive bandanas are a good alternative. ID tags If your dog or cat should escape and become lost, having the proper identification will increase the chances that they will be returned. Just make sure the information is up-to-date. Use calming solutions Halloween can be a stressful time for your pets. To help them out, consider the use of a calming product such as Pet Remedy during the festive period. A plug in diffuser placed in the home will help them to fell relaxed and less stressed out by all the decorations, noise...

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