We got to try this out for our little dog Oden. He has issues with stress ,separation issues, and storms. This product has been so amazing for him. He is so chilled out. We know when a storm is coming o we have to be gone for a long period of time, that we can sprinkle this on his food and it relaxes him so much. The product is very easy to use. the directions on the box as well as packet is very easy to read. This product has been our game changer with our little man. We recommend this product if you have a dog or a cat that you either have to calm down for storms, or traveling.
I have been using the Vibeful Behavior Support Powder Calming Supplement for a couple weeks now with my three cats and they love it. I just sprinkle a packet onto their food at night and mix it in, they gobble it up. I use it in their evening food because that is when they seem to have the most issues. I two cats that don't really get a long in the evening so the calming behavior support has helped them cope. It just relaxes them a bit, but doesn't make them drowsy. The box comes with thirty packets so it will last a while. I chose to divide the packet among my three cats but the instructions do say to add one packet to their food. It is a power so you can sprinkle it into their food and mix it up.
I received a 30 count box of Vibeful Behavior Support Powder Calming Supplement for Small Dogs and Cats, and I think it’s okay. The packets are about the size of a large packet of sweetener, and have about that much in them. The supplement is tan in color, and smells slightly herbal. I sprinkled it over my cats’ food, and they did not appreciate it. My male cat, who turns his nose up at practically everything, did not approve and would not touch it. My female cat, who will try most things at least, ate a small amount and walked away. So, overall, do I think it’s a good product? Maybe. But my cats won’t eat it.
I have been very impressed with this calming powder from Vibeful. We have a cat with some weird sensory issues that make her anxious and aggressive in some situations. We also recently had a baby and were trying to figure out how to bring baby home and then introduce them in a way that wouldn't stress the cat out too much. One of the things we tried was this powder from Vibeful, and I think it really helped. It was super easy to use, just empty one packet onto her wet food and mix it in. She didn't seem to mind it at all, ate her food just as quickly as she normally does. We used it once a day at first, during one of baby's longer wake periods or overnight. The cat has been much calmer with the baby and the new smells and sounds than I expected her to be. After a packet, she would be good to chill in the same room the baby was in, even if there was loud crying. I think this definitely helped her as we introduced a new person to her, and I'll definitely keep some of these on hand now for other situations that might come up. I would definitely recommend if you have a cat with some anxiety issues!
I really wanted this to work but my cat just refused to eat it. We tried sprinkling it onto her dry food and she wouldn't go near it. We also tried mixing into wet food that she normally loves and feeding her that way, but again, she wouldn't go near it. I do like that a box is a month's supply, but I also feel that individual packets are wasteful, especially if someone's dose is 2 packets a day. I'm not sure if because this is made for both cats and dogs, my cat just doesn't associate with being edible. I think they should make a separate supplement solely for cats with different ingredients and maybe that would work. Overall, we had no luck but perhaps someone else may.
I definitely noticed a difference. He is high energy and loves to "hunt" my senior kitty to the point we have all our wars in our living room. Desperate to try something, anything, to calm down our psycho kitty I tried these calming supplements for him. I really wasn't expecting much, and I didn't give him a full dose, concerned with how it would affect him. Let's just say, even though I gave him a smaller dose, we could tell a difference. The hunted senior kitty was able to walk through the room without looking into corners, fearing the worst.
This is a powder you're supposed to sprinkle on food. After having read some reviews, I chose to halve the portions for my cats since I was worried it would upset their stomachs. No issues so far. Our girl cat has regular vet appointments for a longterm issue, and our big boy cat normally gets rather aggressive when she comes back because she "smells" different. This stuff turned out to be very helpful. I sprinkle it on both of their foods for a few days and they are much calmer. No puking, no hesitation in eating their food with this powder. No drowsiness.
MyFreefor Review Box of Vibeful Behavior Support Calming Powder for Small Dogs and Cats, 30 count Works. Do You have tiny breed dogs that are super hyper and bark at everything then this is a great natural plants based calming powder that works at keeping them from becoming a problem without harming them one packet a day sprinkled on their food makes for less bark and legs flying everywhere running of your pet. Highly recommend trying, sold by Chewy.com
I am very pleased with this amazing Calming powder. My small dog has major anxiety and cannot seem to stay still or relaxed on most parts of the day. I was worried about her and decided to give this supplement a try. Best decision I made. I added the powder to her meal which she ate without a problem. After a few hours she was very relaxed. It does not put her to sleep nor make her look drowsy. She just moves around calmly. It does not upset her stomach either. I will definitely continue to use it and I highly recommend it.
I wasn’t expecting much since any deviation to food appearance or smell usually sends my cat the other way. He looked at it hesitantly at first but just went to town per usual on his hard breakfast and was chill as a cucumber later for his vet visit. Only tried it once so far since we planned ahead knowing he had a checkup and this new vet usually freaks him out. Seemed barely bothered and not lethargic as if drugged. Just calm like he was at home.