Dogs are creatures of habit. The dogs in my house are sure to wake up at the same time every morning, and climb into their beds like clockwork every evening. They are used to someone being home most of the time, and get very upset when left alone for too long. Having company over is a very big deal for them. Guests are greeted with barking, jumping and wagging tails. The holiday season brought a lot of changes. Furniture got shifted around to make way for the tree. There were holiday parties and lot’s of extra guests. New Year’s Eve fireworks outside had my dogs bouncing off the walls. While lots of fun for us, these holiday activities left us with two stressed out dogs. Reducing holiday stress for pets can be as simple as getting back into your regular routine. When that’s not enough, there are Comfort Zone® products which help reduce stress in dogs and cats by mimicking their natural pheremones that help them feel calm and comfortable in their environment.
That’s Lilly snuggling our Elf on the Shelf doll.
Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.® products for dogs are designed to help control behaviors such as excessive barking, destructive digging, chewing and house soiling. It also helps manage stress in dogs and stress-related behavior caused by thunderstorms, and loud noises like fireworks.
The company boasts a 95% effective rate at reducing excessive chewing and barking for dogs. It is recommended to allow 90 days to see the full effect of the product. Follow the instructions in the product insert for detailed usage. It’s important that if you dog is experiencing a medical usage, that you consult with your veterinarian before using Comfort Zone® products.
Comfort Zone® products are available at specialty stores like PetSmart, Petco, independant pet stores and online. Want more info? Connect with Comfort Zone® products on Facebook. Be sure to take advantage of the $10 off coupon that is currently available.
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