ANIMAL ESSENTIALS Tranquility Blend Herbal Formula Dog & Cat Supplement, 1-oz bottle -

Animal Essentials Tranquility Blend Herbal Formula Dog & Cat Supplement

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Rated 3.6304 out of 5 stars

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About This Item


  • Safely calms animals during acute episodes of anxiety without diminishing alertness
  • Doesn't make pets lethargic; it simply calms them down so they’re better equipped to handle whatever triggers their anxiety
  • Especially helpful during thunderstorms, fireworks and travel
  • No preservatives, glycerin-based formulation made by experts in holistic pet care
  • Made in Phoenix, AZ at Animal Essentials’ own facility made with a balance herbal blend with a sweet flavor that appeal to most dogs and cats

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Questions & Answers

15 Customer Questions

i have a multi-cat household and several of the cats do not always get along. Is this a product that I can use as a long term supplement?
Answer by ChewyMar 25, 2018
This product is a natural supplement that can be used for short and long term.

Can I give it to my kittens? And how many doses?In which way I can give it to my kittens?Thx u
Answer by ChewyAug 29, 2017
This supplement can be used on cats and dogs of all life stages. Cats should be given 0.25 - 0.5 milliliters, squirt directly into mouth or add to food or water. Apply as needed up to 2 maximum doses in 1 hour, but no more than 4 doses each day.

My dog gets car sick and drools and if shes eaten she will vomit. When I take a long road trip I usually have to drug her up to 2 hours ahead of time. What would be the recommended time to administer prior to travel with this product?
Answer by ChewyOct 19, 2017
The supplement begins working in less than 30 minutes and can be administered once per hour as needed up to 4 times per day.

Has this product been known to help with seizures in dogs?
Answer by ChewyMay 25, 2018
The supplement has not been tested for seizures, we'd recommend consulting with your vet for the best option due to the medical condition.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Snow on Feb 26, 2023

Works great

I have been using it for my cats for years and it is one of my favorite . Cats get calm and happy after licking it off the paws .they do get stressed easily ,I give it to them almost daily to keep them happy.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Carolyn on Nov 30, 2022

Cat calming

Couldn't have asked for a better trip. This kept her calm and quiet for the entire 12 hour drive

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Sara on Jul 17, 2022

another fail for me

Didn’t work for my dogs to calm them down with their aggression towards each other. Also, I tasted it a bit to see for my self if it’s bitter or sweet, it’s very sweet and one of my dogs hated the taste and would run away. Unfortunately I can’t recommend this, glad it works for other dogs though.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Suzyq on Jul 13, 2022

life saver

My dog was having pain and severe anxiety that kept us up and stressed for almost 2 weeks. Along with Tranquility Blend and dog aspirin ,my dog is still with us and comfortable. That was 2 years ago. We all most put him down! He is 70 lbs, 2 full squirts with his food twice a day.And aspirin of course.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tranquility on May 26, 2022

Works Very Well

We use this to help our dogs relax when we are traveling. It has to be given about 2 hours before you leave home but the dogs stay fairly quiet for the rest of the day. They are not asleep, just more relaxed. It is especially good if the dog isn't a real good traveler.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Nickie on May 4, 2022

It Works!!

Our Boxers are terrified of thunderstorms. They both shake uncontrollably. We've tried thunder jackets ( no help) and the vet prescribed Tramadol which gave one of them seizures (stopped that med right away). After taking this product they no longer shake. They're still a little frightened but way more relaxed. I Highly recommend this product.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Dustin on Aug 25, 2022

Very happy

My Dustin loves it, the meds comes him down, and makes my kitty very happy. Thanks Julie

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Nothing on Apr 12, 2022

Did not stop them from drinking water.

This product must taste ok because I added to water and they still drank from the bowl. This product calmed my dog down a little bit, she unfortunately didn't do anything but lay around. I stopped using.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Benji on May 2, 2022

Not sure this is good

I dont think this did what it was supposed to for my dog. I also suspect it mightve been the cause of my dog’s mysterious allergic reaction on his skin

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Jessica on Jan 24, 2022

This makes doing the work easier.

I am giving it 4 stars because it is by no means a magic bullet. No medication or supplement is. What it does is lower a dog’s fight or flight system just enough that proper management strategies are more likely to be effective. And remember that there is a difference between environmental management, training, and obedience. The first piece is management so that a pet becomes more regulated and less reactive. Training and “soaking in” information can only occur when this state is achieved. Obedience is more commands based with the idea that a dog will carry over commands into multiple environments (for example sit on command). This is what we all want. However if a dog is disregulated or easily triggered obedience goes out the window. A super hyper goofy dog crashing into things may be overtired and an enforced nap may be a good idea. A dog who is fearful of thunder mat benefit from a quiet spot, a licki mat, and this supplement prior to the storm coming. A dog who hates their crate may need a strong counter conditioning program, or tolerating staying in a playpen with a crate attached may be a starting point. My point is putting our dogs in the same situation and hoping that this supplement will make their reaction markedly different is unlikely to do any good because of the point of arousal they are already at when we decide they need something. Research counter conditioning. Find a trainer who has experience in certain areas. Many trainers have “behavior consultant” in their name but trust me- not all trainers are equal in terms of experience. Also see if there is a behavioral vet nearby.