Adaptil Transport Calm Dog Spray
Adaptil is a synthetic copy of the dog appeasing pheromone naturally released by a mother dog to comfort and reassure her new puppies. Adaptil is non-sedative, non-systemic and as such can be used alongside other types of medications, to help your dog cope with stressful situations and improve behaviour. Adaptil has been scientifically proven to have the same reassuring effect on puppies and adult dogs. It is particularly useful for new or challenging situations.
Simple things can upset your puppy or dog - new people, car rides, being left alone, fireworks or even a baby being brought into the home. The visible behaviours that you notice can be a result of your dog trying to cope.
- Drooling and licking of lips
- Excessive barking and whimpering
- Soiling in the home
- Panting & pacing
- Trying to escape
- Seeking out owner
- Destroying household items
- This is a highly flammable liquid and vapour
- It may cause drowsiness or dizziness
- It causes serious eye irritation
- Do not spray directly on the dog
- Keep out of reach of children
- Read label before use
- Keep away from heat, sparks, open flames, hot surfaces. No smocking. Avoid breathing vapours
- If in eyes rinse cautiously with water for several minutes
The spray is great for dogs that travel, stay in kennels or are visiting the vet. It can be sprayed onto bedding and carriers 15 minutes before the dog is introduced to the environment (car, carrier, kennel etc...): one spray should be administered to each of the 4 corners, 2 spray to the floor and 2 sprays to the top of the carrier or kennel. The effect should last approximately 4 to 5 hrs.
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Adaptive transport sprayI bought this spray and used it with the calming collar and tablets . I can only say how dissatisfied I was and the Â£48 it cost was a complete waste of money . My poor dog was more anxious travelling than usual .
Great for fearful dogsI bought this recently and my dog, a greyhound, was calmer the first time I used it in the car. I now use it with the Adaptil collar and she is really starting to be calm in the car and approaching the car. The duvet would normally be soaked in drool but it's now dry and she will lie down in the car for most of the journey.
Not Good For My DogsI Brought this has i was looking after my friends dog who is scared of fireworks.I sprayed it only once on the dogs beds ( i have 4 dogs who are ok with fireworks) as thay all share 20 mins before it was needed, my dogs would not use the beds till i had removed the covers i had sprayed with clean ones then my friends dog would not use hers i had to wash hers before she would use it . None of them like the smell at all the only good thing about it was she forgot about the fireworks while she was waiting for her bed to come out of the dryer. It do's seem to work for some but i will never use it again as thay do not like the smell
Not that good for my adult dog at 5 yearsI brought this because my dog had issues with haveing his nail cut , I thought this spray would work, I am still haveing probblems and it has not mad eny difference.
Really helped with our Beagle AlfieIt has been a godsend this year , with fireworks going off for several weeks . After spraying Alfie’s den , he stayed calm throughout it all .