Promotes temporary relief in cats, dogs and other pets from fear of fireworks, gunshots and other loud noises.
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remedy directly into mouth, in water, or at meal/snack time
one dose 3 times per day, as needed
acute cases, one dose every 15 minutes up to 4 doses may be given
improvement is seen, decrease frequency of dosing to twice daily, then once
daily. If symptoms reappear, repeat original dose. Discontinue use when
For pets home alone, put 2 doses in water bowl. As they drink, they
will receive a dose. Dosing may be repeated as recommended above,
throughout the day if multiple storms or stressful situations occur.
Dosing may be repeated throughout the event if needed. If pet is crated,
remedy may be dropped around bedding area also. For pets under 1 lb, 2
drops in water and follow dosing instructions above.
birds, dose only once per day.
less than 1 lb 2 drops in at
least 8 oz water
1-20 lb 5 drops
21-60 lb 10 drops
61-100 lb 15 drops
over 100 lb 20 drops
HomeoPet products are made from 100%
natural ingredients and are safe for puppies, kittens, pregnant
and nursing animals.
your veterinarian if problems persist.
May aid those with phobia, sudden onset fear, anxiety, terror, panic often accompanied by restlessness wide eyes from shock.
May aid where clinging insecurity with great nervousness
anxiousness restlessness constant desire for company begging for
attention are present.
Supports in calming nervousness and anxiety without inducing sedation.
May assist in acutely sensitive individuals who start and have wide
protruding eyes with dilated pupils often act manically trying to wildly
escape and can even snap and scream with fear.
May benefit individuals with great sensitivity to sudden noises like
gunshots, fireworks, thunder, loud noises, sudden noises all produce
great anxiety and Starting.
Like Phosphorus and salts containing it may benefit where there is a
great sensitivity to all sudden external impressions including thunder
Fireworks Gun shots.
Can Benefit individuals with much fear and anxiety even at the
approach of a thunderstorm or similar noise like fireworks often with
May assist those with almost manic response to fear such as with
fireworks sometimes looking like hysteria or convulsions wide eyed with
May ease hypervigilance especially in those with starting from sleep as with fireworks and similar noises.
May aid those with anxiety during stormy weather with panic attacks
such as can occur with fireworks and even with anticipation of such
Supports those suffering from anxiety, nervousness and restlessness.
May benefit in those with extreme sensitivity such as to
thunderstorms, fireworks, electrical changes with starting fear anxiety
May benefit where there is anxiety and fear such as that fear of fireworks with starting from noise as with thunderstorms.
May benefit individuals with great irritability and sensitivity to
slightest noise which produces great fear and apprehension thus it may
aid in fireworks, thunder, loud noises or any sudden noises at all.
Supports the nervous system and may aid calming of hysteria and restlessness.
Can benefit individuals with tremendous sensitivity to all external
impressions particularly sudden noise such as fireworks, thunderstorm
lightening or similar event which causes great starting and fear with
desire to flee.
May assist those with a dread of storms, especially thunderstorms and
thus a fear of fireworks so intense is this that the anxiety starts
before the event.
May ease nervous fear or excitement particularly with restlessness.
May assist individuals with low self-confidence resulting in anxiety
and anticipation resulting in starting from the slightest noise let
alone fireworks, especially in the poorly developed timid yielding pet.
May assist those who are morbidly sensitive goes from quiet and
yielding to irritable and angry yet has a fear of fireworks most often
May ease fear of fireworks accompanied by a frighten look dilated
pupils and a desire to escape especially in those with a fear of the
dark unless accompanied.
May calm those with nervous anxiety hysteria with restlessness all of which can be present in those with fear of fireworks.
all suffer from stress every now and again and some of us suffer from
stress more than others. The same is true of our pets. Where one dog may
be happy and content when home alone with just a good dog bed and his
favorite toy for company, another may howl and pine and remain stressed
until his owner returns.
Your pet’s behavior is the best indicator that they are suffering
from anxiety or stress. They tell us a lot by their actions, their
physiological responses, and sometimes by the “evidence” they’ve left
while you’ve been at work.
Over the years we’ve worked with many cases of stress in animals –
from dogs and cats, to rabbits, birds and horses! While many animals
exhibit similar manifestations, it’s comforting to know that we need not
see our animals suffer and that there’s much we can do to help keep
One of our four legged patients was a dog who showed his separation
anxiety by climbing into a pot plant and howling. He would convince
himself that his owner wasn’t home – even when she was – and commence
his sad protest.
Another was a rescue dog who shows aggressive behavior towards the
other dogs in her home, because she feels threatened and uncertain of
her own safety. This same dog also got car sick and vomited all over the
back seat on any journey longer than 30 minutes!
Loud noises such as fireworks or thunder cause stress and anxiety in
countless dogs and cats all around the world and can cause them to
bounce off the walls or hide somewhere in the house, trembling with
Some pets can wreck furniture, scratch up the place or relieve
themselves when experiencing extreme anxiety. Panting, drooling, whining
and fretting are all indicators.
None of these manifestations of stress are desirable behaviors and as
loving pet owners we obviously want to help comfort and calm our
animals as best we can. One way that we can provide relief from stress
and anxiety is through finding the right natural remedy that will calm
and soothe and provide effective relief at times of elevated stress.
At HomeoPet we have a range of veterinary designed formulas that
alleviate the many underlying contributors to different types of anxiety
and stress. Whether your pet is anxious in specific situations, or
requires more general stress relief, you can choose the best option for
your pet and their own individual stress triggers.
HomeoPet Anxiety Relief
is for general anxious conditions and offers relief from fear of
separation, kenneling and vet or grooming visits. The symptoms of such
stress range from barking, whining and panting to destructive behavior
and even feather plucking in birds. Anxiety Relief offers great support
during the introduction of new pets or people, to help rescued or
rehomed pets, or other general causes of anxiety.
offers relief from fear of fireworks and loud noise that can cause
panting, pacing, drooling, wining, hiding and other unwanted behavior.
From July 4th celebrations in the USA, Guy Fawkes night in the UK, New
Year’s Eve celebrations or the dreaded season of crow scarers, HomeoPet
Fireworks has helped countless pets to remain calm.
HomeoPet Travel Anxiety
is our answer to motion sickness, drooling, vomiting, panting,
restlessness and other unwanted behavior during any sort of travel,
including car trips and at holiday time. Fast-acting, it’s best to start
giving your pet Travel Anxiety an hour before the trip.
HomeoPet Storm Stress
(available in Australia and the USA) is designed specifically for loud
noises, changes in barometric pressure and the wild lightning, thunder,
wind and rain of storms, hurricanes and tornados that are all too
frequent in certain regions of the USA. This formula helps promote a
sense of calm, quickly and effectively.
If your pet becomes stressed regularly, it’s important to pinpoint
the cause, so you can help to reduce the causes of stress and to provide
the right type of remedy. Monitor his or her behavior, take notes and
see if there is a consistent theme over time and if the same trigger
factors are at play. If you really can’t pinpoint the causes of your
pet’s stressed behavior, consult your veterinarian as they may be able
to provide you with expert insights.