Dr. Harvey's Relax & Stress Herbal Dog Supplement, 7-oz tin

By Dr. Harvey's
Rated 3.9322 out of 5 stars
$19.90Chewy Price
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About This Item


  • All natural herbal supplement for calming your pet without any harmful side effects
  • Ideal for dogs with anxiety, stress or destructive behaviors
  • Safe to use every day, simply sprinkle over your pet's food and mix
  • No chemicals, dyes, preservatives or synthetic ingredients of any kind
  • Made in the USA

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Questions & Answers

11 Customer Questions

The 4th ingredient listed is garlic. Isn't that toxic for dogs?
Answer by ChewyMay 02, 2019
Garlic, when used in small amounts, can help support the immune system, liver and cardiovascular system prevents blood clots and reduces cholesterol/fat build up in the blood and heart. Also, it aides in the fight against bacterial, viral and fungal infections and increases the rate of killing off parasites and is great for palatability.

How long does it typically take for this to start taking effect?
Answer by ChewyJul 18, 2018
It would vary depending on the dog's weight, age, etc. It can take from a few hours to a few days.

Can you mix this supplement with a Multivitamin Herbal supplement from Dr. Harvey's?
Answer by ChewyJul 09, 2020
Dr. Harvey's Multi-Vitamin and Mineral supplement can be used with Dr. Harvey's Relax and Stress supplement.

It's the lecithin soy based? Our pup is allergic to soy
Answer by ChewyMar 12, 2019
The lecithin is derived from soy.

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Rated 3.9322 out of 5 stars
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59 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Matt on Oct 4, 2021

Works great

We've been using to help keep our dog calm while she's going through some medical stuff and can't play with other dogs. This has really helped keep her calm and relaxed. And it's all natural.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By davnkris469 on Aug 18, 2021

Relax Supplement

Not sure if this does anything much but if nothing else it’s like a flavor additive (like parsley) to our furbabies food.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Barr88 on Dec 22, 2020

Dr. Harvey’s crazy puppy

Okay, I gave this to my puppy and it did the total opposite of relax her. It’s only day one and I’m going to try again tomorrow but I don’t think I’ll be buying this again.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lunaception on Dec 31, 2020

Smells amazing

My reactive dog loves his herbs and they smell amazing. I think they help him remain calm but they don’t make him lethargic.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By ThemDanes on Jul 9, 2020

Sadly, it did not work

I was very hopeful this would work to relax my 3 Danes enough to clip their nails without drama. The ingredients listed are some of the most recommended individually, in one product. We used as directed, giving it time to build up. Unfortunately, there was no change, not even a little. And if it had worked, it would have been very expensive to continue with three giant breed dogs. I have since ordered the individual recommended natural herbs, and am going to try these, as I am able to give more of some and less of others, per dosage recommendation.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By JRSVenus on Aug 2, 2020

Love Dr. Harvey's

This works! My dog loves anything from Dr. Harvey's... I mix this in with some of her food whenever she seems a little anxious. I like that that it's not a 'treat' and can be incorporated into her normal meals as needed.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Susan on Jul 4, 2020

It takes the edge off

I give it to Julie, my shepherd-retriever mix, at dinner. The vet has recommended meds for her anxiety. Dr. Harvey’s supplement helps calm her without drugging her out. As long as nothing exciting happens, she’ll sleep in my lap until her last walk. I save the medicine for high anxiety events like trips to the vet. I will buy this product again.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Person on Jul 18, 2020

Wasn't what I needed

I only gave this to my dog for a week. Turns out he has canine cognitive dysfunction which this won't help.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Derpy on Apr 21, 2020

Great company

We have a rescued dog, she was 8 mos to a year old when we adopted her. She was emotionally abused and very skittish, dr harveys relax has helped her enormously.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By JMFS on Mar 15, 2020
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We've Tried Most

I spent Hours comparing ingredients between products one day and ordered several items to try them out. I ignored items with repeat ingredients in "dosages" that differed slightly. We ended up with Licks Littles (for the small dog), Licks Zen (for the md dog), Dr. Harvey's Relax & Stress, VetriScience Composure Behavioral Health Bite-sized bacon..., Zesty Paws Advanced Calming Bites, Xanax. Out of all of these I'd rate them thusly, from most effective to least: Licks (either size, both dogs), Dr. Harvey's (md dogs, not little), Zesty Paws / VetriScience / Xanax tie. I was so hopeful the colostrum in VetriScience would be groundbreaking, but they seem to have the least effect. The Licks I did not give 30 minutes before we left, more like 5 minutes, yet it worked the best. When we come home both girls are usually whining, panting, barking. This time they were quiet, though the little one was panting. After we fiddled around a bit in the house the med pup started whining, but this time it was her sad quiet whine that's in the lower register, not her high-pitched anxious whine. No barking. The Dr. Harvey's had a definite calming effect on both medium dogs (one stays outside and he only comes in when service people are here or at night to sleep - he has ½ acre, a swimming pool, squirrels to chase, and a screened in porch so don't feel badly for him!). Inside med dog was sound asleep most of the morning after the Dr. Harvey's, and outside med dog (who is also a watch dog trained to alert) hardly barked as the guys were outside banging on walls and making a ruckus with tractors. That's something outside dog would normally give me a headache over and inside dog would occasionally grump about. Little dog is super picky and wouldn't eat the entire dose of Dr. Harvey's so it didn't get a fair test. The Licks, however, they girls greedily lapped up and it was highly effective. The only downside of the Licks is that the odor is pungent, unpleasant (to me, the dogs Loved it), and permeated the entire upstairs (500 sq ft) for hours. Med inside dog doesn't tolerate Xanax well. 1 pill does nothing, 1½ makes her overly exited and she can't walk - it's as though she's drunk. The price on the Licks is a bit scary, but we don't leave often so it's manageable. If we left more often I'd stick with the Dr. Harvey's due to the price, and will continue to use that for days we're going to have service people. It works out to about 23 cents per scoop. Oh, don't be alarmed when it turns a dark green! That's the spirulina.