There are two times of the year that strike fear in the heart of Bentley. One is the 4th of July and the other is New Year’s Eve. Most of you can probably guess why, but for those of you that have fearless dogs let me tell you…fireworks! The sound of pyrotechnics turns my otherwise brave Basset Hound into a pacing, hyperventilating mess. He refuses to go outside to the bathroom and has been known to “hold it” for hours until there is a lull in the action. Since we have two firework stands relatively close to our home, there aren’t very many lulls.
As an Ambassador for Dr. Harvey’s, I reached out to them for help. They recommended their stress and tension supplement called Relax. Dr. Harvey formulated this whole food supplement using a combination of wild-crafted and organic herbs. In addition to its calming effect, it provides essential vitamins and minerals that dogs need.
What you won’t find in Relax is
What you will find is
*Flax Seed Meal
*Red Clover Blossoms
*Kava Kava Roots
*Cat Nip Leaf
*Passion Flower Herb
These all-natural ingredients are gentle enough to use every day to help calm your dog without any harmful side effects. It is a powder that can be added into their food. All of Dr. Harvey’s products are made in the U.S.A. and are cruelty-free. As a fellow animal lover, I know that is important to you.
Of course, all of these pluses are meaningless if it doesn’t work, right? Let me tell you about our experience. I began adding the recommended dosage for a Basset Hound-sized dog one week prior to New Year’s Eve. I simply mix it with his Oracle food before feeding him. The first change that I noticed was during a severe thunderstorm a few days after I had been using it. Most dogs that are upset with fireworks are also not fans of thunder. Bentley did stay in the same room with us, but wasn’t under our feet or showing any of his usual signs of distress.
The big test was last Thursday when our neighborhood exploded with revelry. It was incredible. I didn’t even have to put his ThunderShirt on him! He climbed up on the couch and went to sleep. Believe me, that has NEVER happened before. I was so happy for him because it is heartbreaking to see him under unnecessary stress.
Relax Recommended Dosage is Based on Weight
2-20 lbs. ~ 1 scoop
21-50 lbs. ~ 2 scoops
51-95 lbs. ~ 3 scoops
96-150 lbs. ~ 4 scoops
A container holds approximately 88 scoops.
The price is $18.95 for an 8 oz. canister. The price of having your dog relaxed instead of in panic mode is truly priceless.
Don’t forget that you can use my Ambassador code: BFTB116
to save 10% on your order.
I recently attended the Natural Canine Health Symposium online conference hosted by Dogs Naturally magazine and learned so much about all-natural holistic remedies for many of the problems that are usually treated with chemicals. If you are like me, you don’t like putting anything in your dog’s system unless absolutely necessary. Many veterinarians would prescribe anti-anxiety medications such as Xanax, Klonopin, and Valium for dogs with acute stress. While you should always consult your vet if you have questions, there are many natural alternatives that will not cause any long-lasting ill effects. I will be sharing other holistic remedies that I learned about during my three-day session in the months to come. I found the information both very enlightening and empowering. I hope that you will too. It makes me very happy to know that most of these holistic ingredients are the same as those found in Dr. Harvey’s fine products!
Do you wish your #dog could relax? Read my post on @drharvey all-natural holistic Relax stress & tension supplement. https://t.co/c0TUq0aoxJ— M. K.Clinton (@mk_clinton) January 5, 2016
*Disclaimer: I am not a veterinarian and this information should not be taken as medical advice. Always consult your own veterinarian in regard to any health issues your dog may be experiencing.