Anti-Anxiety & Aggression

Stress, anxiety, moodiness, aggression, barking? Then your dog could benefit from the natural relaxing and calming herbs used in Mellow, this special safe combination has been used for many years to help improve the lives of both dogs and their owners.

Contains: -Hoodwort - Valerian root – Chamomile - Flaxseed - Alfalfa - Brewers yeast – Thepax - Pre & Pro Biotics plus Enzymes

Dogs that suffer from anxiety have a host of symptoms, such as barking, pacing, panting, trembling, excessive licking, hiding, climbing onto you or trying to escape through open doors or closed windows. They also may exhibit destructive behaviours in the home or aggressive behaviours around people.

All of us react to loud noises, but some dogs interpret those noises as a major danger and react the same way over and over, no matter how many times they have been exposed to the sound.

Dogs suffering from separation anxiety may destroy the house or hurt themselves when separated from their owners.

Dogs suffering from social anxiety, which generally occurs when a dog doesn't receive early socialization, may become fearful of people and their surroundings, resulting in aggressive behaviours.

Treating anxious dogs can be challenging, but veterinarians and animal behaviourists say there are a number of things you can do to help.

Get a diagnosis. Not all destructive behaviours are anxiety-based. Destructive behaviours sometimes are a sign of boredom.

Exercise your dog. The more exercise your dog gets, the less likely he will exhibit destructive behaviours common with separation anxiety. Go for long walks and play games with your dog to build confidence.

Increase training. Stressed dogs often lack appropriate mental stimulation. Keep the body busy and the mind relaxed.

Consider homeopathic, herbal and nutritional supplements, such as Herbal Mellow which contains Chamomile, Valerian Root and Hoodwort. Chamomile is the most commonly used herb if people want to relax and sleep better. The good news is; chamomile can reduce anxiety in stressed dogs as well. It calms the nerve as well as induces sleep.

Use behaviour modification/desensitization. Expose your dog in small doses to the stimuli that cause the stress, such as low recordings of thunderstorms or exposures to social situations.

Swaddle them. Try an Anxiety Wrap or Thundershirt to wrap their body in a big hug during stressful times.

You may need to try several therapies or a combination of therapies to determine which work best. Your veterinarian also can recommend medications that may ease your dog's anxiety. Don't be afraid to try them.

What stressed dogs really need are patient caretakers willing to find the right combination of remedies to provide them relief. Hopefully, you can find the combination that works best for your dog.

Here are some of our recommendations for our product Herbal Mellow

 

"…it works really well, it calmed my guys down on an evening out and for the rest of the next day they were mostly sleeping I will be buying again thankyou”

"…Mellow" has proved to be a different story, since being on mellow our boy is a different dog, and believe me I don't say that lightly due to him being as I said Nervous Aggressive. He struggled to cope with most situations and if approached by other dogs outside the home would show them he had lovely teeth although never actually bit.
 
“...Now at training he is so relaxed he is rolling on the floor playing with another dog and sitting along others in class without too much fuss.”

“...Great value, no nonsense packaging and guidelines, and it actually works.- fab !!!!”