maxxidog maxxicalm Calming Aid for Dogs, 120 tablets

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Keep your pup cool-headed and content with the powerfully natural help of maxxidog maxxicalm Calming Aid for Dogs. Made in the USA with premium ingredients and lab-tested for purity and potency, this safe and effective canine calming supplement will reduce your dog’s anxiety levels, no matter what size or age she happens to be. It contains seven specifically selected active ingredients to support balanced behavior and an improved mood in your canine companion, including taurine and L-theanine, chamomile and passion flower, vitamins B1 and B8, and magnesium citrate. This all-natural formula will help your fur baby better manage stressful situations like vet or groomer visits, road trips or plane rides, thunderstorms or fireworks displays, and even separation anxiety while you’re at work.

Key Benefits
  • Made in the USA with the highest quality, wholesome ingredients available and lab-tested for purity and potency.
  • Contains a uniquely potent and all-natural blend of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and herbs to reduce stress in dogs.
  • Delectable liver-flavored chewable tablets are easy to administer, thanks to a savory taste and texture that dogs love.
  • Naturally reduces canine anxiety and even helps to address common behavioral issues like aggression and hyperactivity.
  • Perfect way to easily and naturally support an improved mood and maintain calmness in dogs from tiny to titan breeds.
Precautions

Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal's condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and contact your veterinarian.

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  • Item Number
    131562
  • Weight
    9.28 ounces
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Food Form
    Supplement
  • Lifestage
    Adult, Senior, Puppy
  • Made in
    United States
  • Product Form
    Tablet
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Active Ingredients: Taurine 240 Mg, Inositol 240 Mg, Chamomile 15 Mg, Passion Flower 15 Mg, L-Theanine 15 Mg, Thiamine (Vit B1) 6 Mg, Magnesium (Citrate) 4 Mg.

Inactive Ingredients: Dicalcium Phosphate, Isomalt, Liver (porcine source), Magnesium Stearate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Natural Flavor.

Feeding Instructions
WeightDaily Feeding (tablet)
Less than 25 lbs 1/2 - 1
25 - 50 lbs 1 - 2
50 + lbs 2 - 3

Use at the rate of 1 tablet per 25 lbs body weight daily, divided between 2 or more servings for maximum results. If giving more than 1 tablet daily, divide between AM and PM.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Just keep calm, said no aussie

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    I'm Carlin, an Australian Shepherd, and my pawents gave me these to see if they'd calm me down a bit. Jokes on them, I'm just 99% of the time hyper and I like it that way! My sis also has separation anxiety but these didn't seem to help her either. The plus is they taste great.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Not sure it's working...

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    We bought these to help with some anxiety our pupper has (she was previously on CBD) but, after a month, I am not sure that they are working. She will eat them no problem (like they are a special treat in fact), but she has recently (the last week or so) started destroying things when she is left alone so I don't think they are quite doing the trick for her. Back to the drawing board.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely Works!

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    My rescue was crazy during thunderstorms and hunting gunshots and fireworks ... it progressed to rain freak outs. We tried every prescription suggested by vets, bought a thunder vest... and nothing worked. This works! With a new BIG puppy, it has also helped with aggression and the two male dogs are playing, not fighting. Regulating how much to give them, when to give it, and how it effects them is important to track. Each dog seems to tolerate it differently.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Doesn't work for me

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    These seem to have no effect on my monster. She still destroys things when left alone and cries. But it might just not be for her.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    really works

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    1.5 year old male black labradoodle likes to jump on new people. two pills in am does calm him down. friendly dog--does not bite. maxxi calm calms down his puppy hyperness.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    CALMING DOG

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    THESE PILLS WORKED RIGHT AWAY. DOG A DOBERMAN AND HIGH STRONG WITH DEER, RABBITS ETC RUNNING AROUND. WAS EXCESSIVE BARKING -SOMETHINGS AT NOTHING. GIVE A PILL IN AM- THINKS ARE TREATS AND SOMETIMES ON AFTERNOON. PUT COLLAR ON AS WELL.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Another fail

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    I was hopeful that this would work for my anxious dog but it didn't do a thing. I will keep looking.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Noise Anxiety

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    My 5 year old Shiba Inu suffers from noise anxiety. Even loud conversations or house guests will send him to his safe spot shaking. I give him one of these about an hour before and he is much calmer and less stressed. He still likes to find his safe spot, but he no longer shakes and he is able to relax after his initial reaction. All in all, this product does what it should.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Works great for noise phobia!

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    I am so happy to see that Chewy has started carrying this item. I've used these tablets for a few years now, first for my male Irish Setter for separation anxiety then for my female for noise phobia. They love the taste and everyone comes running if I need to give one of them tablets for some reason. We have six dogs and three have some sort of phobia that occasionally bothers them. These tablets work well for several different conditions and I have never had one of my dogs refuse them. I bought them elsewhere in the past, but since I buy my dog food from Chewy, it will be very convenient to be able to get everything in the same place.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for Thunderstorms and Separation Anxiety

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    I have been using MaxxiCalm for more than five years. I have Bernese Mountain Dogs. I began using Maxxicalm for my Amish puppymill, Willow, when there were thunderstorms. I had been using a different product but because Willow had epilepsy, I started using Maxxicalm instead due to the fact that the other product contained rosemary which can induce seizures. What I found amazing with Maxxicalm was that I could give Willow the pills if I knew a storm was coming and they worked wonderfully. What was even better was on those nights when a storm came through and I was sleeping only to be woken with Willow’s big muzzle in my face shaking, I could give him the pills and they took effect nearly I have been using MaxxiCalm for more than five years. I have Bernese Mountain Dogs. I began using Maxxicalm for my Amish puppymill, Willow, when there were thunderstorms. I had been using a different product but because Willow had epilepsy, I started using Maxxicalm instead due to the fact that the other product contained rosemary which can induce seizures. What I found amazing with Maxxicalm was that I could give Willow the pills if I knew a storm was coming and they worked wonderfully. What was even better was on those nights when a storm came through and I was sleeping only to be woken with Willow’s big muzzle in my face shaking, I could give him the pills and they took effect nearly immediately. This allowed for both Willow and myself to go back to sleep with nary a worry. I have also used MaxxiCalm for my now six year old Berner, Leonardo. Leonardo is a therapy dog but he is also a Peter Pan dog. This means that while most Berners by this age are settling in and are calm, Leonardo is ready to play at a moment’s notice. I give Leonardo MaxxiCalm before we go on Animal Assisted Therapy visits to take that little bit of edge off of him. It doesn’t sedate him in any way but allows him to focus with the task at hand and be an even more amazing therapy dog to kids with psychiatric and anger issues as well as patients in the hospital. Recently, my family suffered a tragedy when my nephew suddenly lost his wife of 18 months. His wife was suffering from chronic debilitating pain and was essentially housebound the last year of her life. Both of them had adopted a 12 yr old Beagle mix, named Mocha. Mocha was her mommy’s world outside of her husband. My nephew had been fortunate to be able to work a significant amount of time at home so he could care for his wife. Mocha knew nothing different than always having her mommy at home with her except when she left for doctor’s appointments and on rare occasions to visit friends. I came up and stayed with my nephew the week of his wife’s death, through services and the funeral and for a few days following. I felt it imperative that my nephew go into work so that he was not spending 24/7 in the house with no social interaction, BUT the question arose what to do with Mocha because we knew she suffered from separation anxiety. I happened to have a full bottle of Maxxicalm with me and suggested that my nephew give Mocha one and one-half pills a day on the days he goes into work to calm any separation anxiety. My nephew has been giving Mocha MaxxiCalm daily without incident. He is greeted by a happy dog when he comes home and he doesn’t worry that his little princess is suffering wondering where her mommy went, where her daddy is. Maxxicalm has come to the rescue once again! … more

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