Pettura - Calming Liquid Formula for Dogs - 4 oz. (118 mL)
Pettura Calming Liquid Formula for Dogs is a drug free liquid supplement for dogs for an easy and quick solution to help calm your dog. Just like humans, dogs can suffer from periods of stress from time to time. Something such as a visit to the veterinarian, a fireworks display or separation from their owner can cause unease for a dog.
That is why it is so important to have a premium quality product at hand to help calm your dog during this time. The combination of valerian, chamomile and L-Tryptophan in Pettura Calming gets to work quickly due to it’s pharma grade ingredients and liquid formula that absorbs fast. In fact, it gets to work in just 15 minutes!
Calming Liquid Formula for Dogs Features:
- Works in 15 minutes
- Relieves stress and promotes calming
- For dogs all ages, sizes and breeds
- Veterinary formulated and drug free
- Easy-to-dose pump action
- Made with Pharma Grade ingredients in a human pharmaceutical facility and tested to human standards
At Pettura, they know that a healthy pet is a happy pet. When your pet is healthy and happy it means you can continue doing the things you love to do together. That is why their team of professionals have dedicated so much time to researching and developing an effective range of veterinarian formulated products with the highest quality ingredients.
Easy to Dose Liquid Formula
Ever tried to give a tablet to your dog? It’s not the easiest thing to do, right? Even if you haven’t, you know that for a human it’s not the nicest thing to do. Well, the beauty of Pettura is the simplicity of it’s format.
Recommended by Pet Parents
“Duke walked very slowly and needed help going up stairs. After using your product for just over a week, he was actually running in the yard chasing a squirrel! I honestly can’t believe it!” --- Julie N. who has a 10 year old Beagle
About Doctor Lee
In 1980 Jeffrey L. Lee, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, graduated Gregorio Araneta University in Veterinary Medicine. He was hired at the University of Southern California as a Clinical Veterinarian and specialized in Small Animal Medicine. He pursued further education at the University of Pennsylvania in Equine & Food Animal Medicine and Surgery. He also received training at the Animal Medical Center in New York in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery. In 1991 he became Director of the Biological Resources Center at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. In 1998, he received an academic appointment with the College of Arts and Sciences at California State University Los Angeles. Currently he is a Veterinary Consultant to many large Institutions, hospitals and Bio-Medical companies.