Rescue remedy supports calm behavior in pets, including dogs, cats, and horses
Blends together five different flower extracts to support serene behavior
Liquid drops or spray are easier to administer in some pets than pills
Rescue Remedy is a homeopathic, natural way to help support calm behavior in pets during stressful situations. Ideal for times such as travel, thunderstorms, or just going to the veterinarian's office. Made from a combination of five soothing flower essences including helianthemum, clematis, and impatiens. Available in alcohol-free 10 ml or 20 ml Drops or non-aerosol 20 ml Spray, which contains 27% alcohol as a preservative. Easier to give than a pill. Sweet flavor. For dogs, cats, and horses.
Please Note: The spray version is the original Bach Rescue Remedy and the packaging is labeled for humans, but is safe for use in pets.
Suggested UseDrops: Four drops in mouth, water dish, or food, as needed. Spray: Bring nozzle to pet's tongue and apply 2 sprays on the tongue.
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Alcohol-Free 10 ml Drops Active ingredients: HPUS 5x dilution of Helianthemum nummularium, Clematis vitalba, Impatiens glandulifera, Prunus cerasifera, and Ornithogalum umbellatum.
Inactive ingredients: 80% glycerine, 20% water.
20 ml Spray Active Ingredients: 5 x dilution of the combined flowers of Helianthemum Nummularium HPUS, Clematis Vitalba HPUS, Impatiens Glandulifera HPUS, Prunus Cerasifera HPUS, and Ornithogalum Umbellatum HPUS.
How long does it take for the calming effect to start?
The amount of time that it takes for the calming effects to begin depends on the situation for which you are using Rescue Remedy. If you need your pet calm for a trip to the veterinarian or groomer, we recommend administering Rescue Remedy to him 30-60 minutes prior to the stressful situation. Be patient and remember that you pet will also feed off of your anxieties; it is best to remain unfazed in your pet's presence.
The length of time that each dose lasts is different for each pet and/or situation. The amount of stress that your pet is under will be the main deciding factor in how long one dose will take to calm him.
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