Traveling With Pets
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I use the rescue remedy in pill form. That way you only have to watch which potencey you use. 6 X is always good. One pill in the mouth and it should disolve before they can spit it out.
I also really like Rescue Remedy. It's nice to have on hand all the time for stressful situations. And it does work well for pets too (just make sure to give a smaller dose if it's a small pet). I've also found it online at seacoastvitamins.com for a really good price. That's where I get all my supplements now.
You can also get it in spray form. It is much easier to give to some pets that way.
I keep Rescue Remedy in my purse for myself. I often forget about it, but it does work. Safe for pets and kids too. You only take a couple drops so the alcohol in the bottle is no worse than what you get in over the counter medicines. This would be good for pets/kids who are afraid of storms.
Thank you ever so much for this wonderful "tip".
We take a 100 mile trip at least once a month (visit grandchildren) in our RV & one of our cats just cries & wimpers the entire time. We have to keep her in a carrier to keep her from climbing the curtains. This should help her to sleep on the bed with the other one.
Again thank you, Elizabeth Kent - Salinas, CA
I have been using these drops for myself for a couple years, I like them instead of St. John's wort or Valerian root. I do not notice any side effects, and the taste is not offensive. As a divorced mother with 4 kids, one daughter-in-law and one grandbaby living with me, these have been a life saver!
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