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PetAlive Aggression Formula

PetAlive Aggression Formula

R132.00

Use PetAlive Aggression Formula:

  • To reduce biting, scratching and aggression in animals
  • To calm highly strung and stressed pets or those with a history of abuse
  • To relax and calm your pet when a new baby or animal is introduced to the family
  • To soothe anxiety, restlessness and agitation
  • As a general tonic for the nervous system

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PetAlive Aggression Formula

Treats Stressed and Aggressive Pets – Naturally!

Use PetAlive Aggression Formula:
To reduce biting, scratching and aggression in animals
To calm highly strung and stressed pets or those with a history of abuse
To relax and calm your pet when a new baby or animal is introduced to the family
To soothe anxiety, restlessness and agitation
As a general tonic for the nervous system

What is Aggression Formula?
A pet that displays signs of aggressive behaviour can be very alarming. Many owners tear their hair out trying to control their errant animals while at the same time trying desperately to find a reason for their behaviour. Although humans find aggression unacceptable, the following situations elicit normal aggressive reactions in animals:

maternal instinct
territorial protection
establishment of leadership amongst male animals
the hunting instinct
discipline of young animals by their parents

Although some breeds are definitely more aggressive than others, experts say there are usually underlying reasons for aggressive behaviour such as fear, insecurity, stress, problems relating to breeding, jealousy, past abuse, illness and pain. Aggressive behaviour can be limited to specific situations such as the dog that barks or attacks the postman – or it can be unpredictable, which is even more worrying. This is particularly alarming when young children share the home with an unpredictable animal or when guests are exposed to an aggressive pet. Aggressive behaviour in dogs can include biting, barking, snarling, snapping and raised fur along the back of the neck and along the ridge of the spine. Aggression in cats can include scratching, biting, excessive yowling, lungeing, hissing, spitting and destructive behaviour. Ideally all the inhabitants of a home – even the furry variety – should live side by side in harmony. If you have an aggressive pet, there is a lot that can be done at home to help lessen the unruly behavior. Firstly, it’s a good idea to take your pet for a check up – pain on your pet’s body can cause it to be grumpy and act out. If your pet becomes aggressive towards other animals while walking, try giving it treats when another animal approaches, then stop when the other animal has passed. This way your pet will associate good things with other animals. If cats or dogs get very aggressive, spray with a plant mister bottle – but always follow up with positive reinforcement. Never hit your pets for being aggressive – this will only make the bad behavior worse! If your pets get into a fight with other animals, never yell – your pet will take your shouting as a sign that you are encouraging them, and will keep fighting! Rather, honk a hand held horn, beat on a frying pan with a stick or turn the hosepipe on them. Never use your hands to separate fighting dogs – you could get seriously bitten. A note on aggressive pets and children:
If an animal shows signs of being dangerously aggressive towards babies and children keep your dog separated from them at all times, and consult an animal behaviorist for coping tips. Again, use treats to associate good things with the baby or child. Make sure your pet’s lead is strong enough (so as not to break) when you are walking him or her in public, and wrap the lead around your arm a few times for better grip. If your pet is extremely aggressive, you may want to carry pepper spray in the event of your pet getting loose and attacking someone. However, for very aggressive pets, it is best not to take them out in public unless they have a muzzle on.

PetAlive Aggression Formula contains an unique combination of specially selected herbal and homeopathic ingredients well known to calm anxious, highly strung or jealous animals and to reduce aggression levels and related problem behaviour in agitated and nervous pets. Especially aimed at pets that tend to bite, scratch or otherwise bother either humans or other animals, PetAlive Aggression Formula helps to treat the problem of aggression in socially stressed pets and allows your pet to relax and enjoy the company of other people and animals. PetAlive Aggression Formula can be used regularly for the chronically aggressive and stressed animal or as needed should aggression and stress become a problem in specific situations.

PetAlive Aggression Formula contains the following 100% herbal and homeopathic ingredients: Scutellaria laterifolia (Scullcap), Matricaria recutita (Chamomilla), Belladonna (30C), Arsen Alb (30C), Hepar sulph (30C), Lactose: inactive ingredient

Dosage:
PetAlive Aggression Formula comes in convenient dissolvable granule form. The tiny granules are easy to administer to pets of all sizes and personalities and are simply sprinkled on the back of the tongue and left to dissolve. No fuss and bother! Acute Dose: Every 30 minutes for up to 6 doses or until symptoms subside, depending on need.
Chronic Dose: Three times daily on an ongoing basis.
Cats and small dogs: Large pinch of granules sprinkled into the mouth.
Small to medium dogs: Two pinches sprinkled into the mouth.
Medium to large dogs: 1/4 cap of granules sprinkled into the mouth.

Note: Aggression Formula is highly recommended along with the following natural remedy: ProblemPet Solution

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