Calming Collar 3-pk
Easy to use and cost effective
I purchased the Sentry calming collars per the recommendation of the Mgr at my pet food/supply store. I had tried everything else and was considering medication for one of my cats. I put collars on both my 7 yr old male cats and the spraying and peeing and pooping stopped within a month using the collars. They are ferals I have had with me for 7 yrs. They are great cats, I was blaming everything on the one cat (Rocky) and then I realized it was both of them trying to claim territory in my bedroom and other places in the house. They have been wearing the collars for over a year and I love the little purple collars on them. They also break away if your cat gets it stuck on something so make sure they are not too loose. I find my cats to be more calm and relaxed. I wish I would have tried them sooner.
July 22, 2015
the product works fine
Was able to have my cat keep this collar on and so far it has worked
June 19, 2015
My cat suffers from anxiety separation and he would urinate on my bed since i have been using this collar now for almost a year he has stopped this behavior. My friend tried it for her cat and he has stopped his constant meowing.
May 26, 2015
When I adopted a new cat, I planned on using the plug in calming device, but the rescue agency lady suggested the calming collar, as it is closer to the cat's face. That made sense, so I picked one up and put it on my resident cat at home (a 4 year old female). I could tell a difference in her serenity level immediately.
The next day, I brought the new kitty home (a one and a half year old male). I followed recommended procedures for a gradual introduction, and there were some issues with hissing etc, but that is to be expected.
I ordered more collars from DrFosterSmith so I could put one on my other resident kitten (a one year old boy), and have a backup for my girl. Also plan to use the collars for trips to the vet. My cats don't seem to mind wearing the collars, although I notice tooth marks on the ends where they chewed on them.
May 20, 2015