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As you know, I live in a little zoo. One of my dogs, Louie, has trouble with noises. July 4th is a very hard holiday for him. I really need help with my calming dog down. I believe Cherrybrook can help me out.
Louie is a very timid dog. He, like my other 3 dogs, is a rescue dog. I don’t know exactly what happened to him before we brought him home. He is in a VERY good home now. He is the most loving, caring dog that I think I have had. He’s just nervous.
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Cherrybrook sells Bach Rescue Remedy for Pets 10ML Drops and I do believe that this would help Louie SO much on July 4.
According to the description on Cherrybrooks’ website, Bach helps with:
“Provides natural stress relief for pets. The alcohol-free formula is a variation of the original stress relieving formula, is safe and gentle and veterinarian recommended. Rescue Remedy Pet contains a blend of the 38 Bach Original Flower Remedies that help your pet cope with different emotional aspects of stressful situations.
Rock Rose – for terror and panic
Impatiens – addresses irritation and impatience
Clematis – for inattentiveness and lack of interest
Star of Bethlehem – for shock or trauma
Cherry Plum – for a lack of self-control
Use for an immediate calming effect in any situation such as vet visits, fireworks and thunderstorms, separation anxiety, and much more. Simply place 4 drops of Rescue Remedy Pet directly into the mouth, food, water bowl, or on a treat.”
I’ll be ordering Bach Rescue Remedy to help with calming my dog, POOR Louie :( . If you order and would like a 10% discount, you can Save 10% on all Cherrybrook purchases with code REFERRAL10.
Have you read my Cherrybrook pet toy article? I will tell you the truth~ that post was written March and those toys are STILL intact. The dogs have DESTROYED many other superstore and other pet store toys. Their toys are WELL worth any money you pay for them!Q