All-Natural Hemp-Infused Calming Dog Treats
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- Helps your anxious dog cope with the fear of thunder, fireworks, separation, and changes in routine.
- Reduces your pup’s stress-related behaviors like barking, pacing, chewing, or licking.
All-Natural Hemp-Infused Calming Dog Treats
"Take the worry out of being furry..."Okoa Pet’s “Hush, Puppy” All-Natural, Hemp-Infused Calming Dog Treats is an all-natural supplement combining hemp and other active, calming ingredients – tryptophan, chamomile extract, and two types of choline. Together, these ingredients work in synergy to help calm your anxious dog. With 3 mg. of 🌿 in every chew, these great-tasting peanut butter flavored treats are specially formulated by a distinguished holistic veterinarian to promote a calm demeanor and support relaxation. An all-natural solution to help your pet cope with external sources of stress, including thunderstorms, fireworks, travel, separation, and any other changes in daily routine.
The Science Inside
Premium, All-Natural Ingredients
Pure, organic hemp promotes calming, relaxation, and overall wellbeing.
Active Ingredients Per Chew:
- Tryptophan 50 mg
- Choline Chloride 50 mg
- Phosphatidylcholine 25 mg
- German Chamomile 15 mg
- Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract 3 mg
Inactive Ingredients: Ascorbic Acid, Blackstrap Molasses, Calcium Propionate, Chickpea Flour, Coconut Oil, Glycerin, Mixed Tocopherols, Peanut Butter, Sweet Potato, Sunflower Lecithin, Tapioca Starch, Water.
Directions for use
For dogs of all sizes.
Okoa Pet “Hush, Puppy” all-natural, 🌿-infused calming dog treats are administered by mouth to calm and soothe anxious dogs. Give one hour before needed or twice generally for daily use. Finding the right serving size can vary from one situation to the next. We recommend that you start with a small serving size and slowly increase it once a week until you see results.
Serving Size Guidelines
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How long will it take “Hush, Puppy” calming treats to work?
“Hush, Puppy” calming treats contain 🌿 hemp, as well as other natural ingredients that help with stress and relaxation. Some dogs will respond very quickly, while it may take a few days for others to see a substantial effect. The chamomile, tryptophan, and choline will typically produce a more immediate effect. For stressful events like fireworks, or thunder, or company, you should see an effect if you give the chews a few hours in advance of the anticipated event. For dogs who are generally nervous, giving the chews twice daily, over a longer period of time, will help to settle them down. It may take a few weeks for the full effect to be observed.
There are many different causes of stress and anxiety in dogs. Some dogs and dog breeds are more susceptible than others. Generally speaking, dog anxiety falls into two main categories: situational and behavioral.
Your dog is usually fine but gets anxious and stressed out in response to specific environments, situations, or things. Common triggers include thunderstorms, fireworks, and traveling. Anxiety in dogs is unbelievably common. For adopted pooches that have experienced trauma in their past, things like the vet, strangers, other dogs, or busy and chaotic places can also trigger anxiety. Some of the symptoms of situational anxiety include:
- Pacing or lifting his front paw
- Nervous licking of the lips, panting, salivating, and yawning
- Whimpering and trembling
- Pushing ears back and tail tucking
- Aggressive behaviors
- Tail-chasing and circling
- Dilated pupils
- Anti-social behaviors: examples include moving away from other dogs or people, hiding, reduced activity, and passive escape behaviors
Behavioral anxiety is when your dog has a constant feeling of anxiousness. This leads your pup to act out or behave in negative ways that aren’t normal. Sometimes situational anxiety can turn into behavioral anxiety when your dog struggles to process triggers. Separation anxiety is probably the most common form of behavioral anxiety. It may happen when your fur baby is more human-dependent and relies on companionship. Some of the symptoms of behavioral anxiety include:
- Urination or defecation on the floor despite being house trained
- Destructive behaviors like chewing and scratching
- Excessive vocalization like barking and crying
- Excessive panting and pacing
- Actively trying to escape
- Increased, out-of-context and potentially harmful activities like constant licking, biting, and self-harm
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