Targeted, temporary calming pheromone therapy helps control your dog's stress-related behaviors. With Adaptil Spray, you can apply clinically proven synthetic calming canine pheromones on countless surfaces to help control unpleasant behaviors including whining, trembling, panting, restlessness, vomiting, and more.
Adaptil Spray is ideal for curbing your dog's stress response while traveling, during veterinarian visits, and in other stressful situations like puppy socialization and training. Simply spray on your dog's bedding, toys, collars, leads, blankets, crate/kennel interior, your car interior surfaces, etc., to provide 4-5 hours of reassuring comfort.
The synthetic Canine Appeasing Pheromone in this formula communicates a reassuring message to your dog, which helps curb or eliminate unwanted behaviors. Adaptil Spray offers a targeted, effective, non-drug solution you can use virtually anywhere at home and on the go! Take-anywhere, 60 mL non-aerosol spray bottle delivers about 50 applications (8 sprays per use). Do not spray directly on your dog.
Adaptil's Canine Appeasing Pheromone also available in a Diffuser Kit for room-wide calming and a convenient, comfy Adaptil Collar your dog can wear 24/7. Combine solutions for a multi-faceted approach to calming your dog.
What is Adaptil?
Adaptil is a synthetic pheromone that mimics the pheromone mother dogs emit after giving birth to help their puppies feel calm and secure. Dogs of all ages recognize this pheromone throughout life.
Adaptil products offer help in many situations, both indoors and outdoors, and for short-term and long-term use.
Dogs can perceive many situations as stressful - loud noises (fireworks, thunderstorms, household appliances), going to the vet, traveling by car, home alone, kenneling/boarding, and changes in the home environment or the composition of the family.
Canine appeasing pheromone analogue 2%
Isopropanol q.s. 60 mL
How to use Adaptil Spray:
Spray 8 pumps every 4-5 hours. Wait 15 minutes for alcohol to evaporate before introducing dog to area treated. DO NOT SPRAY DIRECTLY ON YOUR DOG.
When Adaptil may not work (or may not work alone):
In some situations, Adaptil won't work - or at least won't work without additional concurrent therapy such as behavior modification or even medications.
- When the behavior is not stress-related.
- When the behavior has been present for a very long time or the problems are severe. Seek advice from a veterinary behaviorist.
- Overexcited dogs - an overexcited puppy is not going to be calmed down by Adaptil alone. In this case, additional training is needed along with the use of Adaptil.
- Urination in the home due to a medical condition or lack of toilet access. Always get a clean bill of health from your veterinarian if your dog is house-soiling.
- Aggression towards other dogs or humans is a very serious problem. Seek advice from a veterinary behaviorist.
Keep out of reach of children.
Flammable. Eye irritant. May cause drowsiness or dizziness. Keep away from heat, sunlight, and ignition sources. Do not smoke during use. Avoid contact with eyes. Avoid breathing vapors. If sprayed in eyes, rinse continuously with water for several minutes. If ingested, call physician immediately and do not induce vomiting. Do not spray directly on dogs. Store in a well-ventilated, cool place. Dispose of contents/container in hazardous or special waste collection point, in accordance with local regulations.