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Petie shivers uncontrollably during thunderstorms and with loud booms. A friend told me about giving these to her dog with the same issues so I had to try them. Got them on Saturday before 4th of July and started giving them to him. They were AWESOME! He slept through the SUPER LOUD booms going off for over 30 minutes, with only lifting his head up for one that literally rattled the windows in the house. Without these I would have been holding him super tight wrapped in a blanket with a pillow on top of him.
I normally don't write reviews, but I go by the reviews when I purchase something new. With that said, I can not express how happy I am with Maxxicalm. My 5 year old Aussie has been getting increasingly nervous about loud sounds, thanks to our over zealous neighbor this past 4th of July. She can hear a pop in the distance and starts to freak out. I tried prescription medications, which helped put her to sleep and made her very groggy. They even caused her to be incontinent. Maxxicalm has been her lifesaver. She no longer fears the loud sounds, her anxiety (which also has increased since she lost her playmate) when we leave has settled down tremendously. She is bright, alert, and even more obedient. She is a happy playful girl. She is dosed two times a day. I am over the moon with the results and I have been telling my friends and clients about this product. It didn't take long to see the results either. Thank you maxxidog for this amazing product.
I was experiencing some evening intense barking/nipping times on his Fluoxitine and Gabapentin. I am able to give him 2 in place of the Gabapentin in the evening and he is calm, maybe a little sleepy. He weights 77 lbs and I found 2 are enough. I also tried it on my 14-ish year old mix because he walks in a lot of circles and seems stressed. I could not tell it did anything for him.
new Staffy's are extremely active and even though they are essentially "babies", even at 40 lbs, and just over 6 months old very rough when just playing. I'm 78 years old and had just had a knee replacement a month before acquiring my puppy so she was a lot to handle at my age. I found Maxxicalm and it has been a Godsend for me. She gets about three a day and even though she is still extremely playful, her demeanor is much calmer. I love this product!!!! and suggest anyone with an over hyper active dog get some. I even gave some to my next door neighbor for her little 15 lb rescue dog who is afraid of storms and almost goes into convolutions from fear when it thunders. The first dose proved to be the saving grace for Rexie who now calmly takes a nap during a thunderstorm. God bless whomever made this product and, as always, Chewy has the answer for my needs.
My one dog wont eat them at all. My other dog will eat them but they dont work!
Calming pills made no difference in my dog. She is very agitated when she hears thunder or firecrackers. Probably needs something stronger.
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.
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.
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.
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.