I'm sure all dog owners/handlers/trainers would wish for our little monsters to calm down on numerous occasions, so 'Calm Down!' has been compiled specifically for dogs that have aggressive or nervous tendencies, suffer with car sickness, have an aversion to noise, or perhaps have anxiety complexes. We now have several winners in the show ring that prior to using 'Calm Down!' would not go near a hall - in fact, some of the feedback we have received is almost too good to be true! Comes in a 200gm resealable foil pouch P>
Camomile, Lemon Balm, Vervain, Lime Flowers, Skullcap.
Camomile is valuable in helping support the nervous system. Commonly known as the most popular herbal tea for a "relaxing sleep", Chamomile is often used as a 'calming and digestive aid'. It can also help maintain healthy skin.
Lemon Balm is known for its 'calming' action. It was thought historically that Lemon Balm relieved melancholy or in our modern terms "stress".
Vervain's main property is to help support the nervous system but is also a 'calmer' and can help give the dog a general 'boost'.
Skullcap can be beneficial for dogs showing signs of excitability and general restlessness.
" I have been training a lady called Joy and her Flatcoat, 'Gem', in basic pet obedience. Gem was a monster: A typical Flatcoat - loves everyone and life with a passion. She was lively. No, I mean lively! She was so excitable I couldn't get near her. By the time she was 6 months old both Joy and I were at the end of our tethers. So drastic measures, in one day we changed her from her high protein premium puppy food to CSJ Chicken, Corn & Rice (wheat gluten free), started her on 'Calm Down!' and put a gentle leader on her. Now I don't know which did it but a week later she was a lot calmer and two weeks later she was a totally different dog.
Needless to say I think Gem will be staying with CSJ."