Pet Remedy Plug In Diffuser is an easy to use options for helping calm anxious and stressed pets. Simply locate the plug diffuser in room where your pet spends the most time. The ambient and constant slow release makes Pet Remedy all the more effective.
Starts to help instantly and will help with separation anxiety, bonding, fireworks, new home, bereavement, new pet in home, and any other stressful situation.
Suitable for all pets including birds and reptiles.
Refill pack available for £21.00 which includes 2 x 40ml bottles.
- Clinically proven
- Ideal for pets including dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, rodents and birds.
- Plug-in and let the de-stressing properties slow release into the surrounding area
- Starts to help immediately
- Helps calm pet without sedating
- Helps pet become more attentive and receptive to you
- Lasts up to 8 weeks so good value
- Only 5 watts so cheap to run
- Coverage up to 60m2 (650 sq ft) (large room)
About Pet Remedy
For most of us pets are an extension of our family. Just like us, individual pets react differently to the stresses of everyday life. Pet Remedy is the solution to that problem.
Pet Remedy was developed with help from a team of vets, veterinary nurses, psychiatrist and drawing from their own knowledge and experience of aromatherapy and essential oils.
Unique and patented formula of low concentration Valerian absolute oil with small inclusions of Vetiver, Basil and Clary Sage essential oils.
Developed and made in the UK as a result of a cat called Tigger with behavioural issues! Pet Remedy proved so effective with Tigger that a further 3 years development and trials at 2 RSPCA rescue centres and several veterinary practices, led to the product launch in 2010. Patents were finally granted in 2016 for the formula and method of delivery.
Pet Remedy supply:
- Over 2500 veterinary practices
- Over 180 different rescue organisations (inc. RSPCA, Blue Cross, NAWT, Battersea, Cinnamon Trust, Cats Protection and New Life Parrot Rescue)
- Over 1200 pet professionals (inc. groomers, behaviourists, trainers, pet sitters, dog walkers, kennels, catteries, breeders and even zoos)
Tags: dog calming, nervous pets, natural calming