Ultra-Calm 45 tablets
Madison really watches for these
My PWD, Madison has been on chemotherapy for lymphoma since May. To help ensure she gets adequate sleep I started giving her Ultra calm chewies and Ultra calm biscuits (3 of each) starting at 8PM. Very quickly she realized this was her PM treat and until I have given them all to her she comes over and paws me. She has had no problems sleeping and she's still with us. I couldn't ask for more. We are both "sold" on the efficacy of this product.
November 21, 2013
Easy to give
I have a 7 yr. old Doberman who thinks he's a puppy, and I work evenings. When I come home he is full of energy and wants to play. I give him one and lots of attention for 1/2 to 1 hr. and we are ready to sleep. They are also effective when T-storms roll in in the summer or any situation when stress is anticipated
November 6, 2013
Awesome for anxious dogs~
We buy two of the Drs. Foster and Smith calming treats for our 5 rescue dogs, who all have anxiety issues related to different causes: breeding (some dogs are naturally high strung), previous home situations, grieving for previous owners, illness, noise, etc.
We use the soft chews for a "treat" about an hour before company is expected and we use the small dry squares for road trips (with a crate, also) and other times (holidays, for example) when the dogs may be on alert due to changes in schedule.
I recommend to all my pet loving friends Drs. Foster and Smith wonderful products! Our pets LOVE them and the prices are very fair!
November 5, 2013
I have tried both the Ulta calm pills and now the chews. Our Husky who has developed "ride anxiety" ate the chews without a problem and pretty much slept the entire 3 hours of our last trip. We have just about tried everything else and don't want to go the route of prescriptions. The only negative comment I have is the chews were promoted as new chichen flavor and I really don't think these are as they have the same odor as the pills which were liver flavor. O well, my Husky ate them so who are I to complain!
October 18, 2013