Botanical Animal Flower Essences Devil Be Gone Calming Pet Supplement

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The Botanical Animal Flower Essences Devil Be Gone Calming Pet Supplement may help your pet to better control his aggressive tendencies so that you can both build a better relationship. This all-natural flower essence blend supports improved control over anger which may help to reduce your pet’s outbursts toward you, other humans or other animals. You can use this supplement for cats, dogs, horses and small animals. It includes flower essences like cherry plum, snapdragon, Oregon grape and English holly. You can administer this supplement in many different ways, like by placing drops into your pet’s mouth or mixing drops into a water spray. You can also put drops into your pet’s drinking water or onto your pet’s favorite hard treat.

Key Benefits
  • Flower essences blend supports improved control over aggressive tendencies.
  • Ideal for pets who display anger toward humans or other animals.
  • Suitable for cats, dogs, horses and small pets.
  • Blend of quality ingredients includes cherry plum, snapdragon, Oregon grape and English holly.
  • Can be administered 4 different ways for ease and convenience.

Do not allow children to handle glass bottle. Use caution when administering flower essence with glass pipette directly into mouth. If using a plastic pipette, do not keep the plastic in bottle, as it may alter the flower essences and cause them to be less effective. Wash pipette after direct contact with mouth to prevent contamination. Keep away from open flames.

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Nutritional Info

Cherry Plum, English Holly, Policeman'S Helmet, Yellow Monkeyflower, Oregon Grape, Snapdragon, Humboldt'S Lily, Vervain, And European Wine Grape Flower Essences, Distilled Water And Distilled Vinegar.

Feeding Instructions
  • As the flower essences are in a liquid form, they can be used in a variety of ways to best suit your animal.

  • Use as part of your animals daily regimen to optimize effectiveness. Adding more drops than recommended will not increase effect or hasten results.

  • For short term situations where the negative behavior is displayed, use one hour prior to event. If used for training, incorporate into your animals daily care regimen, preferably one hour before training session.

  • Oral: For the most effective and immediate results, placing the recommended number of drops into animals mouth using pipette provided or a plastic pipette is best. Wash pipette thoroughly after use before returning it to the bottle.

  • Spray: For feral or hard to approach animals, utilizing a spray is helpful. Add 3-4 drops to 8oz. distilled, purified or spring water in a spray bottle. Spray directly into air in the direction of your animals mouth, nose and ears as well as their paws, hooves, or feet.

  • Water: The easiest way to incorporate them into your life is to add the flower essences directly to your animals water bowl or bucket. Change water daily for best results and replenish the flower essences with each water change.

  • Food: Apply recommended number of drops to your pets favorite hard treat. Using hard dog biscuits, carrots or apples is best as these will not absorb the flower essences quickly and affect efficacy. This method is not recommended as the essences may be absorbed by the food and not be as effective as placing the drops directly into the mouth or water.

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    It did not cause even a slight calming effect on my cat. I thought it was worth a try, but possibly the worst aspect is that it must have a very bad taste. It definitely has a very strong odor. My cat would try to spit it out and profusely drooled trying to get the taste out of her mouth. I can’t imagine any pet voluntarily drinking water that had to this in it - which is one of the suggested ways to administer the drops - I had to give her the drops directly. I discontinued after using it for over a week with no positive result, I did not want to traumatize her with it any longer.

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