A chelated calcium based dog calmer supplement.
Just a few pinches of DrS Cool, Calm & Collected eliminates the embarrassment of your pets bad behaviour and gives them a far more relaxed and fulfilling life.
Does your pet:
• Spook at silly things
• Suffer from a loss of concentration
• Get neurotic
• Suffer separation anxiety
• Behave erratically
• Suffer from fitting or seizures
• Act aggressively towards other animals
• Seem withdrawn or depressed
• Find it difficult to settle or relax?
Did you know that all of the above can be common symptoms of a calcium deficiency? DrS Cool, Calm & Collected will ensure your much loved pet will be relaxed, calm and loving but NOT SEDATED. In fact his brain will be working exactly as nature intended making your life so much easier and more enjoyable.
DrS Cool, Calm & Collected is a completely natural approach to allow the brain and nervous systems to work as nature intended, improving behaviour without sedation.
DrS Cool, Calm & Collected dog and cat calmer contains nutrients traditionally used to support good behaviour and is built on a base of chelated calcium. Ideal for working, competition, nervous and spooky dogs. Also suitable for nervous cats.
If you are using this product for the 1st time, use the loading rate for 4-5 weeks before dropping down to the maintenance rate.
Calcium contributes to normal muscle function and neurotransmission as well as the normal function of digestive enzymes*.
* Approved health claim on the EU Register on nutrition and health claims p6 of 835.
What are customers are reporting:
“Casey is just 7 years old and started having fits just a year ago. The fits seemed to happen intermittently over a period of several weeks. I took Casey to the vet where she was given a general health check but no treatment. They would not treat Casey at the time and wanted us to take her 250 miles to Bristol for an MRI scan costing £2000, unfortunately her insurance only covers up to £1000 and as pensioners we could not afford to do it, plus it would not cure it, only indicate a possible cause.
Luckily, at the end of last April the fits stopped and she did not have another one until mid-December where, sadly she had 3 days of fitting 4 -5 times a day! The fits did stop for several weeks however, a few weeks ago they started again seeming to be more severe. The fits usually last about 2 minutes but the latest were much closer together, sometimes only 15 minutes apart. We were so concerned about Casey that we had another lot of blood tests done but they all came back clear, however, my vets have refused to give her any tablets or treatment. It’s not just the fits that are so distressing; after she has had a fit she is so distressed. During the last few episodes she has messed her bed and becomes very disorientated, wandering all over the place and whining, sometimes for several days. She also persistently pesters our other dog and me. We would appreciate anything you can give us to try, especially if it would reduce the anxiety afterwards even if she still fits, as it would improve her quality of life. I look forward to hearing from you.
4 weeks later:
“I thought it was time I gave you an update. Casey is doing very well, no fits as yet and looking healthy! She seems more settled and content, especially in the evening when we all go in sitting room. She hasn’t had me up early in the morning or through the night for 3 weeks, so all-in-all looking good! I am now feeding her the maintenance dose so will need to order some more as no doubt we will be on the supplement for good. Visitors such as the postman who see her regularly have been saying how well she looks and one of our local vets, who is retired, came past and said how 'magnificent' she was!!
Thanks again for your help,
Barbara (Submitted on 16th Jun 2017)
We have a Border Terrier who was very reactive when he met any other dog. We had fairly good results from clicker training but felt he was always on edge. My daughter uses CCC for her horse with good results and I happenened to notice that there was a canine equivalent. My dog is so much more relaxed, extremely pleased for him and ourselves.