Cats + Dogs + Horses
Recommended for excitable, restless, anxious, stressed or home alone dogs, cats and horses
Our pet soothing remedy is gentle and based on home remedies. Recommended for stressed or anxious pets when left alone, put into pet care, crate training, dog training, being groomed or need to relax when travelling. The Pet Soother drops are recommended for grieving pet or pets feeling overwhelmed or fearful
Our Stress & Anxiety drops have been renamed and now called Pet Soother. Our soothing drops are recommended especially when pets are skittish, fearful or over active.
Grumpy. moody or skittish pets?
The Pet Soother can be used anytime calming support is needed for cats, dogs and may be helpful prior to horses being transported. Please avoid if about to breed or pregnant as contains valerian root.
How to use?
Drops can be put directly into your pets mouth, diluted with water or mixed in wet food.
Chihuahua, puppies or kittens?
Chihuahua, puppies, very small cats or kittens need lower doses. We recommend 1-5 drops a day
What herbs are used in this blend?
Oats is a natural mood lifter, restorative nerve tonic, diaphoretic, nutritive, that also lowers cholesterol. Oat seed has restorative properties for the nervous system.
Hops is found in many pet remedies and used for both separation anxiety and the tendency towards hyper-excitability. Hops has a long history in supporting better sleep patterns, reducing feelings of panic, restlessness and nervousness.
Skullcap demonstrates anti-bacterial, anti spasmodic, sedative and cooling properties and adds value as a nerve tonic helping ease irritability and nervousness and mental and emotional stress and exhaustion. Skullcap is a nerve restorer and is often found in remedies with valerian root as they both work well without causing drowsiness
Valerian is used to calm and soothe, reduce pain and tension, and is particularly helpful for nervousness or terror. Valerian has traditionally been known as the sleep herb for its ability to induce a more peaceful sleep and to ease tension headaches and tension stomach aches. Unsuitable for horses about to breed
Liquorice is sourced from the root of the liquorice plant, Liquorice has multiple actions including soothing gastric mucus, and is a specific remedy for adrenal exhaustion. Liquorice is valuable when suffering from fatigue and digestive upsets. If an animal has been on steroids, Liquorice is recommended to support the body during the withdrawal process. Liquorice has been used traditionally for 3,000+ years. Please see caution below
Nettle has been included to add nutritional value. Nettle is rich in chlorophyll and many vitamins and minerals including magnesium, calcium and iron and the vitamins C, K, B2, B5, folic acid, beta-carotene, amino acids and other compounds. Nettle is commonly used to assist in clearing uric acid and for ‘reactive’ conditions in the body
Are there any precautions?
Although this remedy contains only a small percentage of Liquorice (diluted) extract, as a precaution, those with high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, kidney or liver disease, are best to use the redued maintenance dose as shown on on label or take when needed, rather than ongoing daily dosing.
Pets about to breed should avoid this preparation prior to breeding due to the Valerian root
Pregnant & lactating pets should avoid all herbal remedies unless specifically advised. Natural Pet Remedies Store herbal drops are designed to support better health & well-being and not designed as a replacement for prescribed medication from your Veterinarian
Loving our pets using natural herbs that are made in NZ especially for kiwi pets