RESCUE REMEDY Stress Relief Pet Supplement, 20-mL bottle -

Rescue Remedy Stress Relief Pet Supplement

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  • Well-known by pet parents for safe, natural stress relief and recommended by veterinarians for calming your cat or dog during stressful situations
  • Homeopathic, non-habit forming and alcohol-free solution that's easy to use and helps calm pets in stressful situations
  • Great for animals that are afraid of everyday things like thunderstorms, fireworks, going to the vet or being groomed
  • Helps pets after they’ve experienced a distressing event, such as separation anxiety, moving or getting lost
  • Made from a combination of five flower remedies, including Star of Bethlehem, Rock Rose, Cherry Plum, Impatiens and Clematis

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54 Customer Questions

How long in advance should I give it to see if effects?
Answer by ChewyMay 04, 2020
It's recommended to administer 30 minutes before a stressful event, though cases of extreme stress may require additional time and dosage.

Does this help with car sickness as well as anxiety in riding in a car?
Answer by ChewyMar 26, 2020
Rescue can be used as often as required during the day and the dose remains the same no matter the size of your pet. A small cat or a large dog are given the same amount of 4 drops whenever administered. Frequency is determined solely by the needs of the animal. In times of situational stress caused by thunderstorms, car rides, being in crowds, or visiting the groomer, etc. you may give Rescue Pet as frequently as every half hour. In those cases, the anticipated circumstance will determine need - one dose may be enough. The glycerin preservative base is slightly sweet and animals usually enjoy the taste. It will not have a direct affect on the car sickness as it works on calming emotions, but may deter car sickness if it is caused by the emotional distress of being in a moving vehicle. Longer standing behaviors may require longer treatment or making Rescue Pet a part of daily routine. Rescue Remedy suggest administering Rescue Pet 4 drops, 4 times a day for the first few days. This can be given by allowing them to lick it off your fingertips, rubbing it onto their nose, between pads of paws or onto bare skin such as abdomen. Again, you may give your pet additional doses as needed, or stop use at anytime. Rescue Pet is non-addictive.

One of the ingredients is Clematis and it is on the toxic list for dogs. How is this safe then?
Answer by ChewyApr 19, 2021
We use a process of homeopathic serial dilution. Plant properties at this dilution do not contain any alkaloids, which are the toxic component of plants. The specifics about the Clematis in our remedy is the genus of the Clematis species. We use Clematis vitalba which is exclusively grown and picked from the same plants on the BACH Centre property of Dr. Bach’s time. The genus Clematis aristolochia is known to cause toxicity of a moderate nature when ingested by animals. Again, we do not use this species. Our BACH Flower remedies are safe to use in pets and have been for decades. Rescue Remedy is also acceptable for oral use in humans. The difference between RESCUE Pet and human Rescue Remedy is the preservative used. Pet contains glycerin, while human version is a grape brandy alcohol dilution with purified water.

Will Rescue Remedy make my dog sleepy or tired?
Answer by ChewySep 06, 2017
This non-habit forming supplement will not make your pet tired, it simply helps to calm pets in stressful situations.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Casicatz on Jan 11, 2023

Really Works!

One of dear cats started fighting with another one of our dear cats a few months ago after---strangely enough--I accidentally fell over from a yoga handstand and landed with a loud, startling thud. The vet recommended Feliway, which does work to calm cats but appears to contain some sort of hazardous material in the aerosolizer. I remembered using the Bach flower essence years ago, but couldn't remember if it had really worked. We gave it a try anyway, not expecting much. Amazingly, after giving both cats the recommended dose in their breakfast, the cats seemed much calmer and became buddies again within a few weeks! We are thinking of buying some of the human version of the Bach flower essence for ourselves.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By MouseMom on Jan 22, 2023

It works great!

I have house mice that are feral. When it comes time to clean their cage...they became so unglued the past couple of times. Yesterday I started them in the drops as soon as they arrived. Today, it began to be an issue until I put the carriers inside of the cage. They basically went into the carriers on their own. I was blown away... Brilliant Littles for sure! 😘🐭💖💞💕

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Shayna99 on Jan 20, 2023

Tummy troubles

I tried this with my 11 year old(9lbs) and 10 month old(6lbs) chihuahuas and it gave them both diarrhea. After getting them both better I decided to just try the puppy on 1 drop a day since her metabolism is much faster than my little old lady. It still gave her diarrhea

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Clairevand on Dec 17, 2022

Very Much Surprised

I have two rescue tom cats, Vampire and Tiny Tim, always hide if anyone comes in our home and when my dogs bark! Prior, to purchasing this product, have been doing some research. After reading the reviews, decided would try. Definitely, not a disappointment! I put in my cats' wet food, after two uses, noticed a difference in their behavior. Vampire and Tiny Tim were no longer hiding, when someone came in. Yes, would stay upstairs in my area, but, not hiding! The SHOCKER, never noticed I mixed with their canned food! Cats notice everything, especially if something has been added to their canned food!! Yes, very satisfied!

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Buyer on Nov 14, 2022

Didn't Work For My Dog

Heard great things about this product from vet, trainer, and friends. Finally decided to try it for my dog who gets over excited when I take her places, to the point she has a hard time listening. Tried Rescue Remedy on two different occasions and both times she was even less attentive. Was jumping around so much the second time I decided to stay home. Good thing because the full three drops gave her totally liquid diarrhea. Trainer said it could be similar to Benadryl, makes some people sleepy and others wired. Rescue Remedy definitely makes my dog more wired.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Shajara on Jan 9, 2023


I am trying to find a product that would calm Buster enough to trim his claws. Every time I try, he tries to bite me or the groomer. He weighs 26 lbs. And is quite a handful because he doesn't like to be held.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Anab on Jan 1, 2023

Great product

I moved across country and was concerned that my Jack Russell would have trouble on the flight but after giving her the Rescue Remedy as ordered she was calm and actually slept through most of the flight

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kwilks on Jan 8, 2023

Fast and effective

Works fast, easy to give to cats. I've used it on my cat while moving and again when introducing to new animals. It works fast, is natural. I've given straight into the mouth and also in wet food.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Iamahz57 on Dec 18, 2022

Good product

My 2 cats I gave to, one borderline feral seemed to like it on her treat. She is so picky, I was unable to give regularly. My other cat, a rescue, she started allowing me to hold her longer and now loves to have her head rubbed a lot!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By CatMomOf4 on Nov 12, 2022

Didn't work for Peanut

So I recently got a new kitten after just getting another kitten a few months ago and it made my boy a little uneasy, which, I get it. It was a lot for him to handle. I decided to try this and it just didn't do as much as I thought it would. He isn't and hasn't been aggressive with the new baby he just seems a little stressed out. I'll continue to use this, but it doesn't seem promising.