Pheromone spray for dogs can help stop or reduce fear as well as other stress related conduct in dogs and puppies.
Types of Stress or Anxiety Behavior:
- Destructive behavior
- Excessive barking and/or whining
- Fear of strangers or visitors
- Grooming times
- House soiling
- Moved to new home
- New situations
- Phobias (fireworks, gun shots, thunder and lightening)
- Separation anxiety
- Traveling in the car
How & Where To Use Pheromone Spray For Dogs:
- Spray on bedding directly, indoor kennels, inside dog crates, or in the cars
- Use about 15 minutes in advance of wanted effects. Each pet may respond differently, but effects really should last around 1 1/2 to 2 hours
- The pheromone spray should not be sprayed directly on the pet’s face or close to it
Pheromone spray for dogs shouldn’t cause any permanent staining or marks. Having said that, because of the wide selection of substances found in home furnishings, it is advised that you test out the product on an area that isn’t easily visible ahead of utilizing it. This pheromone spray when dry is odorless for humans . The scent is one only a dog can smell, and it produces a calming and soothing effect, that most likely reminds a dog of his puppy days with his mother. Dog appeasing pheromone is made in two useful ways, as a spray or as a diffuser that you plug into the wall.
Pheromone spray for dogs has been scientifically tested and has been shown to be effective on decreasing stress driven behaviors by more than 85%. In certain dogs, the improvement was even better and for some dogs it was less. This isn’t a magic product, but it does facilitate in assisting to lessen emotional stress under specific conditions together with behavior training. Just remember, it takes time and patience to rehabilitate a stressed out, anxious or fearful dog, in order to see results. It could take up to 30 days before you see all the improvements in your dog’s behavior.