Calming Aids for Cats and Dogs

Cats - FELIWAY

Feliway is a synthetic version of one of the feline facial pheromones used by cats to mark their territorial boundaries. A cat rubbing its face on an object releases this pheromone, and the pheromone provides them with a strong signal of reassurance. Feliway provides this signal of reassurance to cats of all ages, and should be used in conjunction with behaviour training/modification.

Some scenarios that Feliway may be suited for:

Find out more at www.feliway.com. You can also complete a short questionnaire which may help guide you on assessing your cat’s level of stress at http://www.feliway.com/au/Cat-Behaviour/Assess-your-cat-s-well-being.

 

Dogs - ADAPTIL

Adaptil is a synthetic version of the dog appeasing pheromone (DAP), released by a mother dog after her puppies are born. This pheromone is a strong and comforting signal, giving the puppies a sense of security while they explore the world and face new challenges. Adaptil provides this signal of reassurance to dogs of all ages, and should be used in conjunction with socialisation and behaviour training/modification.

Some scenarios that Adaptil may be suited for:

Find out more at www.adaptil.com. You can also complete a short questionnaire which may help guide you on assessing your dog’s level of stress at www.adaptil.com/au/Dog-Behaviour/Assess-your-dog-s-wellbeing.

 

Pop by the clinic or chat with one of our team members at (06) 358 8675 with any enquires about Feliway or Adaptil.

 

Published by Cahill Animal Hospital on 01 October 2015

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