Last Updated on November 6, 2023

Is your pet dog or cat dashing to the nearest corner or hiding under the bed when a thunderstorm strikes? Do they panic when they have to get in the car or when they have been left home alone for a long time? Weather, travel, and separation are just a few of the situations that might cause stress in animals.

A survey of nearly 1,000 American owners found that July 4th fireworks, which are beloved by their owners, are the leading cause of pet stress.

Many owners are puzzled about how to reduce their pets’ anxiety. Pets can experience the same benefits as people from homeopathic products to reduce stress. According to Wakefield Research, over half of those surveyed (56%) would use a natural, herbal, or homeopathic product to reduce their own stress, and 51% would provide such products to their pets, while 44% said they would use natural remedies to treat themselves and their pets.

Using Bach Rescue Remedy Pet drops is a straightforward way to ease a pet’s anxiety. The homeopathic preparation is suitable for use prior to, during, and after a variety of stressful events, such as thunderstorms, fireworks, veterinary or grooming appointments, or air travel.

The Bach Rescue Remedy Pet formula features a combination of five flower extracts noted for their stress-banishing advantages:

  • Cherry Plum: for composure & holding back on impulses     
  • Clematis: for livelier, focused behavior when inattentive     
  • Impatiens: for calm & composure when lacking self-control     
  • Rock Rose: for courage during times of panic or terror     
  • Star of Bethlehem: for easing after-effects of trauma or mistreatment     

Due to the lack of sedatives, CBD/hemp, sugar, and artificial flavors and colors, Bach Rescue Remedy Pet drops are safe to use. You may give them to your pet with food, treats, or water as frequently as you like, or you may mix them with other pet wellness and health products, including prescription drugs. Cathy Madson, a pet specialist at Preventive Vet and a spokesperson for Bach Rescue Remedy Pet, says that it is critical to anticipate the stress your pet will experience in certain situations and prevent it.

According to Keene, we can take steps to lessen noise-related stress on July 4th by giving Bach Rescue Remedy Pet several days in advance in their water, on treats, or directly in their mouths.

Preparing for an oncoming thunderstorm, grooming, visiting the vet, leaving them at home, or traveling without them, all require the same level of attention.

All species of pets, from dogs to lizards, may benefit from Bach Rescue Remedy Pet drops. The length of time that the drops provide relaxation and calm depends on the animal and the situation. For example, sudden situations such as neighborhood fireworks might be immediately alleviated, while anxiety caused by separation might require longer treatment. Adding drops to your dog’s water, for example, may help your pet cope with extended periods of anxiety.

Bach Rescue Remedy Pet is manufactured to follow the Good Manufacturing Practice guidelines and is regulated by the FDA as a homeopathic drug.

It is important to keep your pet calm during the summer and at any other time.

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