Modern living can be stressful for dogs and make it difficult for them to experience their natural wellbeing. Happy Hound™ stressfree helps to make it easy.
• Provides herbal support to help ease anxiety and promote relaxation
• Use to help dogs cope with stress, adapt to change, and ease stress-related behaviours and illness
• Contains three herbs recognised for their relaxing effects on the nervous system - Valerian, Chamomile & Passionflower
• Created by a veterinarian, an animal behavioural scientist, and Mother Nature
What is it?
Happy Hound™ stressfree contains three herbal extracts - Valerian, Chamomile and Passionflower - recognised for their naturally relaxing effects on the nervous system. These herbs help dogs to relax mind and body, by supporting the action of GABA, a natural chemical responsible for relaxing the nervous system.
When to use?
Use Happy Hound™ stressfree to help dogs cope with stressful events, and to help ease stress-related behaviours and illness.
Signs of stress in dogs: nervousness, aggression, panting, shivering, hiding, destructive behaviour, appetite changes, ongoing digestive, skin or bladder problems.
Times of stress for dogs: moving home, loud noises, vet visits, kennel stays, dog shows, new family members, home renovations, hospitalisation, on-going illness.
If your dog is pregnant, lactating, on medication or undergoing surgery, consult your veterinarian.
How to use?
Happy Hound™ stressfree should be given with food. Capsules can be opened and contents mixed with food if necessary. For a single stressful event, give 30 minutes before the event. For long-term support give twice daily with food, preferably after exercise and before rest.
Happy Hound™ Stressfree SM (Small Breed Dogs - 100 Capsule bottle)
Small (under 10kg) - 1 capsule once or twice daily
Medium (11-30kg) - 2 capsules once or twice daily
Happy Hound™ Sressfree LG (Large Breed Dogs - 80 Capsule bottle)
Large (30-50kg) - 1 capsule once or twice daily
Giant (over 50kg) - 2 capsules once or twice daily
Dogs that are stressed always have a good reason. An animal behaviourist or your family vet can assist you in identifying the stressors and suggest changes or additional support. See Happinessis' website (www.happinessis.co.za) for more information on the nature and needs of dogs, using Happy Hound™ stressfree successfully, and a directory to find a local behaviourist.