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The Adaptil collar continuously releases Adaptils dog appeasing pheromone to promote feelings of calm and well-being in your dog or puppy.
Helps promote feelings of calm and well-being
Odourless and easy to use
Each collar lasts 4 weeks
Adaptil is an odourless, man-made version of Dog Appeasing Pheromone (DAP). Female dogs release DAP soon after birth to establish feelings of well-being and attachment in their puppies. When used correctly Adaptil can promote these feelings in your dog or puppy to help them overcome anxiety and other behavioural problems.
The Adaptil collar is especially useful for:
Travelling and boarding
Coping with loud noises
Managing separation anxiety
The Adaptil collar is designed to be worn continuously around your dog or puppy’s neck. The body heat from your pet causes the collar to steadily release the Adaptil pheromone into their local environment. The collar should be removed before bathing or shampooing and replaced again when the coat is dry. Each collar lasts approximately 4 weeks and comes in two sizes:
45cm for Small Dogs and Puppies fits neck up to 37.5cm
70cm for Medium and Large Dogs fits neck up to 62.5cm
Safe for use on dogs of any age. Avoid use in dogs with extensive skin lesions.
Do you need to make an indoor environment feel safe and calming for your dog or puppy? Try using the Adaptil Diffuser.
Does your dog suffer from storm, travel or separation anxiety? Combining Adaptil with a Thundershirt can help.
Variety:Stress and Anxiety
Canine Appeasing Pheromone Analogue
Most dogs can't wait to get their paws on a tasty morsel, but remember: just like humans, it's important that your dog eats a balanced diet to maintain an overall positive wellbeing.
When it comes to how often to feed your dog, the rule is ideally twice a day unless specified by your vet.
Our daily feeding guidelines are simple to follow and provide an insight into how much your pooch should be eating based on their weight, age and activity level.
Keep in mind that these are guidelines rather than rules - always check the feeding charts on your dog's food packaging to make sure that they're being fed the optimal amount possible.
Want to know more about dog feeding and diets? We have information on the following: