Rescue Remedy Rescue Cream, 1-oz

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Give your pet a dose of all-in-one TLC with the Rescue Remedy Cream. Using the healing power of wild flowers, this cream offers naturally soothing care in a variety of situations. It works to treat external trauma and skin conditions such as cuts and sprains, and it can also be used as a salve to heal those cracked paws. And when a stressful situation strikes, whether it’s a thunderstorm or a trip to the vet, just apply it to the outside of their ears and let the homeopathic remedies do their work. It’s made by hand with six wildflowers known for their healing powers, and it’s perfectly safe for dogs and cats.

Key Benefits
  • Multi-use, homeopathic cream provides healing care for cats and dogs in a variety of situations.
  • Use on rashes, chemical burns, bruises, cuts, sprains, rashes, blows and dry or cracked paws.
  • Can also be applied to the outside of the ears to calm anxious pets during stressful situations.
  • Infused with the six wildflower remedies of crab apple, star of Bethlehem, clematis, cherry plum, impatiens and rock rose.
  • 100% naturally produced by hand with spring water and contains no paraben or perfumes.

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  • Item Number
    112495
  • Weight
    1 ounces
Ingredients
Ingredients

Active: 5x of combined Clematis vitalba HPUS. Helianthemum nummularium HPUS. Impatiens glandulifera HPUS. Mahn pumila HPUS. Ornithogalum umbellatum HPUS. Prunus cerasifera HPUS.

Inactive: Beeswax. Caprylidcapric triglyceride. Caprylyl glycol, Cetearyl alcohol. Cetyl palmitate, Citric acid. Glycerin. Glyceryl stearate citrate. Isopropyl palmitate. Potassium sorbate. Purified water. Shea butter. Xanthan gum.

Instructions

Directions: Clean affected area. then apply a generous amount of RESCUES Cream to the desired area. Re-apply as required. Check that seal is intact before first use. When first opening the tube, peel off foil seal on end of tube.

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  • Thanks for the above and beyond super service on this product Chewy!!

    By on Top 250 Contributor

    This product worked well for my cat but contains an ingredient I'm not comfortable giving him. There was a side effect of his ears itching, but that was easily cured. The stars are for Chewy. The CSR's went WAYY above and beyond for me with this one. In an emergency I'd probably give this to my stress-kitty occasionally, but not for any kind of regular use.

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  • Stress free Cats

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    Ordered the cream, but I wished I would have ordered the liquid since it's probably easier to apply. Rubbed it on their ears, so they couldn't lick it off. I was concerned about visiting guests, including smaller grandchildren, and this product works so much better for my cats than the Feliway diffuser. They seemed to have no ill effects, and were able to interact with all during this visit without any negative behavior. So, I didn't have to confine my cats from visitors. Worth trying!

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  • Hope really hurt!

    By on Top 500 Contributor

    On a walk Hope hurt and tore one of her pads it was bleeding a lot and she was crying. First I put pressure on open pad about 1/2 " deep. Took 30 minutes for it to stop. I DIDN'T put the cream on open area put rubbed it on her ankle and she stopped crying. I wrapped the wound and off to the vet for 4 stitches. I have a first aid kit for Hope. Thanks Chewy for having what I need for Hope.

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  • All-species helpful

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    We got this for our kitty who over-grooms herself (maybe because her tongue is super-rough?). She does seem to like it, it seems to be helping. My husband used a little too — nice stuff

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  • Works well on my little dog with anxiety when riding in the car

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    I was looking for a remedy for my new rescue who has anxiety when she is in a moving car. Yeah, only when the car is moving. She panted during the enter 7+ hour road trip... all the way there and 7 hours back. Poor thing! I found this cream and read the reviews on a pet company website. Although Bach Rescue comes in various form and a separate product line, I decided to get this cream so my little one doesn't have to take a pill. This cream is not advertised for pets. Today, I took my girls on a 30 mile, 40 min ride to the park. I put the cream on the inside flap of my dog's ears. I rubbed it into the skin like I would when putting lotion on my own hands. I pull out of the driveway about 5 I was looking for a remedy for my new rescue who has anxiety when she is in a moving car. Yeah, only when the car is moving. She panted during the enter 7+ hour road trip... all the way there and 7 hours back. Poor thing! I found this cream and read the reviews on a pet company website. Although Bach Rescue comes in various form and a separate product line, I decided to get this cream so my little one doesn't have to take a pill. This cream is not advertised for pets. Today, I took my girls on a 30 mile, 40 min ride to the park. I put the cream on the inside flap of my dog's ears. I rubbed it into the skin like I would when putting lotion on my own hands. I pull out of the driveway about 5 mins after I put the cream on her ears, and she was relaxed all the way to the park. We walked a mile at the park, about 40 mins. Then when I was driving a mile to the creamery, down the street from the park, she had her mouth opened slightly, but she wasn't panting, and she didn't look nervous either. Before leaving the creamery, I put more cream on her ears, and again, she was relaxed all the way home. This product works pretty fast, a lot faster than I had expected since the reviews for the pill version said to give to the dog 40 mins before. I like that is short lasting. It tells me that this cream is not very strong, but strong enough for what my dog needs. I also like that it is not a one size fit all like the pill. My little one is onlu 13 lbs. The reason why I rubbed it in the inside flap of her ears is because many years ago, I had a cat that had hyperthyroidism. One of the meds he tried was a cream that I rubbed on the inside flap of his ears. The vet commented that the cream will be absorbed from the skin. There is where I got the idea. It works!!! Any extra cream left on your hand can be used by you. … more

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  • Good For Everything!

    By on Top 100 Contributor

    I keep this on hand for anything that causes Zoe to itch...yeast, mosquito or ant bites. Best of all, I can use it, too! Works great!

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  • It works...calming

    By on Top 250 Contributor

    When it's storming or fireworks I give it to my dog and she's relaxed. When my kitty starts pacing and getting anxiety I give him a couple squirts and it calms him down.

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  • Very helpful

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    I bought this for my very scared fur child. Thunder, fireworks and other loud noises, just rub on the back of her ears and mellows her out.

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