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Springtime Stress Free Calmplex Chewables


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I have not used this item in particular, but do use many of the Springtime products. If, at any time, you are not satisfied with anything that you have purchased from them, they will refund your money or replace the item.

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Hah! I'm using other Springtime supplements and like them, just wasn't sure if anyone here had personal experience with this particular one :)

Dave (GLS DeviousDavid) - 6/27/18
Gracie (AMF Saying Grace) - 10/21/12
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If you're looking for something to help with Kirby's issues when you leave, I would start with DAP and either Composure or l-theanine. There are studies backing the efficacy of all of them in reducing anxiety.

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Thanks Jen :) We're finding that odd things are triggers. 75-80% of the time he's fine but something as minor as both of us going back upstairs in the morning (versus one of us downstairs after first morning walk) can be enough to make him poop inside. But this can happen one week and he won't poop, it happens again the next and he will. :riphair Our group also recommended valerian root.

 

DAP - collar or diffuser(s)?

Dave (GLS DeviousDavid) - 6/27/18
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Both if it's not cost prohibitive. Collar all the time, diffusers where he spends most of his time. Usually the bedroom and living room. You may be able to back off later. Much cheaper to buy on Amazon FYI and if the puppy size is cheaper they for most greyhounds (measure to be sure). Can take up to 4 wks to work though.

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Jen, CPDT-KA with Zuri, lab in a greyhound suit, Violet, formerly known as Faith, Skye, the permanent puppy, Cisco, resident cat, and my baby girl Neyla, forever in my heart

"The great thing about science is that you're free to disagree with it, but you'll be wrong."

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I've tried them a couple of times for different thunderphobic/fireworks phobic dogs. I didn't really see any difference, and I use other Springtime products. I'd say, give it a try, different things work for different dogs. I have had good results with melatonin for mild anxiety and you can get it in a time release form so it lasts over several hours.

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