Thursday, December 5, 2013

Rescue Remedy Natural Stress Relief For Pets Review And ~~Giveaway~~

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.




Veterinarian recommended RESCUE® Remedy Pet is a natural way to treat pet anxiety caused by travel, separation, new surroundings, loud noises like thunderstorms and fireworks, and other behavioral issues associated with stress.

RESCUE Remedy Pet is an alcohol free blend of the same five Bach Original Flower Remedies* found in the original RESCUE Remedy* stress relief formula that was developed by a Doctor more than 70 years ago.
Star of Bethlehem – Orithogalum umbellatumfor shock, trauma or mistreatment
Rock Rose – Helianthemum, for terror and panic
Cherry Plum – Prunus cerasifera, for lack of self control
Impatiens – Impatiens gladulifera, for irritation and impatience
Clematis - Clematis vitalba, for inattentiveness and lack of interest

RESCUE Remedy Pet treats the physical signs of stress in your animal that can trigger unwanted behaviors such as barking, scratching or biting.  Conventional medicine often recommends a tranquilizer, however RESCUE Remedy Pet can address many of the same issues naturally, without the side effects.  Common usage times include:
Separation anxiety
Fear of loud noises
Travel anxiety
Visits to the vet or groomer
Shock, trauma or mistreatment

RESCUE Remedy Pet is appropriate for all kinds of pets, from dogs and cats to birds, horses, fish and iguanas.  With an easy to use dropper, pet owners can easily administer it to animals of all shapes and sizes.  Simply add 4 drops to their food, water bowl, or even on a treat. In some cases, the remedy can be applied to the animal’s fur, paws or pads of their feet.  Whichever method is easiest for the pet and owner.

Completely safe with no known side effects, RESCUE Remedy Pet is non-addictive and does not negatively interact with other medicines. It can be taken as often and for as long as necessary.  As with all conditions treated over the counter, we recommend speaking with a veterinarian if symptoms are persistent or deteriorate.

Available in two convenient sizes: 10 ml drops -- $16.95 MSRP and 20ml drops -- $20.95 MSRP, RESCUE Pet is sold nationwide at Whole Foods and your local pet products retailer, or at www.rescueremedy.com/pets.

If you have been a reader of my site for awhile, you know that I have a Yorkie baby named Sammy who is almost 14.  She has had a tough road the last couple years.  Tons of medical problems.  She is a lot more subdued now, but I still worry about her when her friends come over.  

In my extended family, there are three puppies, and three older dogs.  She is fine with the older dogs, but the puppies think she is a puppy too (she only weighs 6 lbs!!) I have to constantly keep an eye on her because if she gets too excited (yes she thinks she is a puppy when they are here) then she starts having breathing troubles.

With all of her medical troubles, I am very leery about giving her anymore meds.  When I was offered the chance to review Rescue Remedy- Natural Stress Relief, I checked with Sammy's doctor first.  I was told that this is something they use often to help calm down anxious pets, and that it would be safe for Sammy.  

We have given it to her twice (right before the pups get here) and it does seem to help relax her, and keep her from getting too excited.  I want Sam to be around for many more years, and helping her relax is key.

If you have a pet with anxiety, or who gets stressed a lot, then this is for them.

Would you like to try a bottle for your furry friend??  Enter below using the rafflecopter, and Happy Holidays!!


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6 comments:

jmajor4870 said...

I have a peek a poo puppy named cuddles and a kitty named ginger

scottsgal said...

we have 2 English springer spaniels named Maverick and Kristy and a dobe/coonhound mix puppy named Roxy and they're all 3 spoiled rotten

Kendra Gillilan said...

If our cat gets too relaxed he will roll right off the top of the couch, the deep sleep
Kendraco22@yahoo.com

jodi lasher said...

I have 3 dogs and 2 cats and a sugarglider. Thanks
jodi frasier/lasher

polly said...

We have a golden retriever named Madsion...we call her Maddie...when she is in trouble she is lovingly known as Maddie The Baddie!

polly said...

She has to go to bed at night with a stuffed animal.....she is like a baby with it.