This will be my dogs first month taking these ..So far he likes them I see he is calmer ..Will be ordering more ..
Smells disgusting and it not help at all with dog behavior
Have a very young dog with separation anxiety. She gets fed twice a day and gets one pill with each meal. It has made much improvement in her attitude and we are both happier.
Good for my medium size dog..but he really doesn't like the taste of them.
These smell exactly like gasoline! I would not recommend giving these to your dog.
THESE CALMING AIDS REALLY RELAX MY DOG. SHE WILL CALM DOWN AND RELAX WITHIN 30 MINUTES OF CHEWING THEM.
I bought these for my dog after reading the decent reviews. But after using them for a week or so, I noticed that on the days I gave them to my dog, a few hours later she’d vomit. It took me a bit to make the connection. So we are discontinuing use and will find a better brand.
I was a little nervous ordering this product due to the negative reviews on the smell. But, I am so happy I did order! The smell is no different than any other soft chews. These calming treats work better than the three other brands I’ve tried, plus they are more affordable! My little 10 month old Pug/Australian Sheppard mix LOVES them and it really helps with his anxiety. Will put on my auto-ship list!
Honest disclosure: we haven't had the product long enough to know whether or not it's going to work as advertised. My problem with the product is it stinks to high heaven. When i say it stinks, I'm not exaggerating! I can barely stand to open the container because it reeks like cat urine. That's why it's 3 stars and not more. Abbie Girl will eat it but i have to break it up into small pieces for her and force the first small bits into her mouth. After that she'll eat the rest on her own, but she's this way with almost everything. It's small bites or no deal. But now I'm left with the stink on my hands and have to wash them thoroughly to vanquish the smell. As i said earlier, it's to soon to tell if these are going to help calm her down, but I'm praying they will. I'm just going to have to learn how to deal with this other aspect of them I guess.
These things stink to high heaven! My 10 lb mini doxy wouldn't touch them. I had to break it down into little bits and and try to mix them into her food but some how she magaged to pick around them. Tried to hide in a pill pocket but they smell so bad she wouldn't eat that either. :(