Separation anxiety if one of the most common social disorders among dogs and occurs among cats as well. As soon as you took your pet home, that pet started to form a bond with you that continued to grow. That bond is important in a healthy relationship between you and your pet, but when your pet becomes too dependant problems can arise.
Dogs with separation anxiety often act out when they are left home alone. You might come home to find your dog has destroyed furniture, defecated on the floor and barked all day long. Your dog may also whine and show signs of depression in your absence. Often dogs with separation anxiety will also become over-excited upon the return of their owners.
Cats can also experience separation anxiety, though it is not as common as it is in dogs. Symptoms are often less noticeable than they are in dogs, as anxious cats tend to be less destructive. If you notice your cat is exhibiting saddened behaviours every time you prepare to leave the house, or is excessively attached to you when you are home then your cat may have anxiety issues. Like dogs, cats with separation anxiety may forget about their house training when you are gone.
Treating separation anxiety in your pets involves reducing stress or panic they feel without your presence. It is not a matter of reducing the bond that you share. The herbs found in Home Alone are calming herbs that help your pet relax. They can help your pets to stay happy when you aren’t around, so you don’t have to worry about leaving them at home.
Determine your pet’s weight. Select the correct dose from the chart based on this weight. Using the included plastic dropper, squirt appropriate dose directly onto your pet’s food. Take two times a day. Use long term for best results.
Refrigerate after opening.
|Over 76 lbs
Valerian root (Valeriana officinalis)
Traditionally used to calm all kinds of nervous disorders. Used primarily as a sedative to relieve sleep disorders, anxiety, nervousness or exhaustion.
Horsetail grass (Equisetum arvense)
Improves general circulation allowing the body to function better. This herb has an accelerating and invigorating effect on the body.
Black Cohosh root ( Actaea racemosa)
This herb is an excellent nerve tonic working directly on the nervous system to calm nerves.
Hops strobile (Humulus lupulus)
Hops help to produce a non-drug induced sleep. It calms nerves and relaxes excited cerebral conditions.
Lobelia aerial parts (Lobelia inflata)
Lobelia is the strongest relaxant herb in the plant kingdom.
Skullcap aerial parts (Scutellaria lateriflora)
This herb calms the nervous system without narcotic properties. It is slow working but very effective.
Wood Betony aerial parts (Stachys officinalis)
A hypotensive herb which relaxes nervous tension. Wood Betony also opens up constricted blood vessels improving circulation to nervous system.
Mistletoe branches (Viscum album)
Mistletoe works to quiet, soothe and tone the nerves. It calms cerebral excitement.
Pulsatilla root (Anemone pulsatilla)
Traditionally used as a sedative, analgesic and relaxant.
Motherwort aerial parts (Leonurus cardiaca)
This herb has carminative and antispasmodic properties.