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Calming Dog Treats products have an average rating of 4.5 / 5.0 from 57 reviews
Calming dog treats
Anxiety can be a serious condition in our dogs, and more common than you would think. Calming dog treats are a non-medicated option that can help your dog during anticipated times of stress and anxiety. Pet Circle stock a number of calming treats and supplements for your dog.
Best calming dog treats based on our customer reviews
I bought this in combination with the hemp oil. I have noticed a changed in stress and anxiety levels when I leave and return. The treats are really good quality especially with the price - JACQUI
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We got these for an anxious lab. She not only loved them and wanted more, she seemed calmer. Will buy again. - CLAIRE
These are fantastic, I have a Staffy that hates thunder, about 20 minutes after having one of these biscuits she couldn't care about the thunder. Worth a try! - STAFFY LOVER
Frequently Asked Questions about Calming Treats:
Are calming treats safe for dogs?
Many owners may have reservations about calming treats for dogs, especially those containing hemp seed. The products Pet Circle stocks contain extremely low levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) as it uses compounds derived from hemp seed, rather than hemp leaves or flowers. Hemp seeds are rich in healthy fats, vitamins, minerals. Amino acids and B-vitamins are all very safe and beneficial in supporting cognitive function.
Do calming treats for dogs work?
There are many natural anxiety aids that have been proven to assist with mild anxiety in dogs. So how do the ingredients actually work for stress and anxiety?
- L-theanine - an amino acid naturally found in green tea leaves that may assist in promoting relaxation.
- L-tryptophan - a beneficial amino acid is a precursor to the serotonin and melatonin
- B-vitamins - many of the B-vitamin group are essential in maintaining a healthy nervous system and supporting the body during times of stress.
- Chamomile - is widely used as an aid for many conditions, but is best known as a relaxant.
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