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Calm Paws Cat Cone Calming Gel Patch

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Description

Help your cat cope with the mental recovery from surgery with the Calm Paws Cat Cone Calming Gel Patch. Using a premium blend of essential oils that have soothing effects when breathed in, this patch adheres to any type of recovery cone, and is especially recommended for use with the Calm Paws Calming E-Collars and Caring Collars. An innovative way to supply constant support day and night, it helps to minimize anxious behaviors that can be triggered by post-surgical pain, or simply the stress of wearing a recovery cone. Also put one in his carrier or the car for calming support during travel.

Key Benefits
  • Calming patch attaches to recovery cones and uses essential oils to provide aromatherapy behavior support.
  • Made with a premium blend of essential oils, including lavender oil extracted from the fields of France.
  • Patented design aids stress-related behaviors like marking, excessive meowing, restlessness and jumping.
  • Also recommended for use in a pet carrier or the car to help reduce travel-related stress.
  • Lasts up to 14 days and works with standard cones, Calm Paws Calming E-Collars and Caring Collars.

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  • Item Number
    115807
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Product Form
    Gel
Instructions

With Calm Paw E-Collars & Caring Collars: Remove Calm Paws gel patch from the package and release form the tray. Pull the cover flap on the e-collar from its retaining slots. Place the gel patch on the surface of the e-collar directly under the cover flap. Replace the cover flap and secure in its retaining slots. Attach e-collar to your pet following manufacturer's directions.

For Calm Paws Caring Collars: Attach the gel patch to the heart-shaped plastic insert located in the fabric pouch and return to the fabric pouch.

With Pet Crates, Standard E-Collars or in Cars: (Requires use of calm paws patch protector sold separately). Release Calming Gel Patch from tray and place into the Calm Paws Patch Protector (sold separately) before attaching to surface. For Pet Crates attach on a clean dry surface close to air holes but out of reach of the pet, the outside surface of the crate is best for locating the patch and patch protector. On standard e-collars, place the gel patch and patch protector on the inside surface of the collar. If using in cars, ensure patch and protector are placed out of reach of the pet but in an area that offers good circulation of air to the whole car.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Works great!!

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    I'm bit understanding how people didn't like this product. After we applied it on the cone, my cat had an immediate reaction. He got super calm, confused, but calm.. then we took it off for a but and he went crazy again. This product works

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    A lot bigger that expected

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    A lot bigger than I expected cut to make smaller so it works. No real directions on how to use

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    No Good! Sorry! Didn't Work!

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    I have three newly adopted kittens. I bought these when I had them spayed and neutered. The product had no effect on any of them. Sticky and difficult to handle.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Poor product

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    I could not get the product out of the packaging because it was too sticky. Once it was out (and extremely deformed) I put it in the cone. My cat kept getting his ears in the product which turned into a fiasco. Would not recommend this product. Way too big, way too sticky.

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