Less Nervousness, Better Well-Being
Visits to the veterinarian, transports, new surroundings and family members can be very stressful for animals. Generally, this not only impacts their well-being, but also their behaviour, causing undesired behaviour like scratching and urine markings. To prevent this, we offer preparations with different operating principles to reduce stress in animals.
Pheromone-Based Stress Reduction in Cats
Even the smallest changes can cause stress-related behaviours like scratching and urine markings in cats. Sometimes purchasing a new piece of furniture or moving the litter box is enough to stress them out. Additionally, visits to the veterinarian, stays in a cattery or the addition of a new family member can have a negative effect on a cat’s well-being.
To counteract or even prevent this, we offer a range of Feliway Classic products. Feliway uses the calming effect of a cat’s natural face pheromone to create a pleasant atmosphere without any side effects.
With the help of the plug-in vaporiser, you can effectively prevent stressful situations in the vet's practice, in cat boarding facilities or even at home, while it enables permanent use.
Benefit from the Feliway Classic Happy Home Starter Set including the vaporiser and you will only need to re-order the bottle in the future.
Plant-based preparations to calm various animals
Discover the Feliway Classic spray for punctual applications, like in cat carriers, or as a diffuser for permanent use in the veterinary practice, cattery or in the cat owner’s home.
To fight stress in dogs, cats and horses, we also offer the plant-based nutritional supplement cdVet Calma. The mix of pure herbal extracts, containing St John’s Wort, balm, and appetising supplements can be used to reduce stress during visits to the vet, New Year’s Eve and travels.
For the best results, Calma is fed 15 to 30 minutes before a stressful event.
Do you have any questions about the operating principle or the application of our veterinary tranquilizers? Just contact us via telephone, e-mail or live chat.
Editors: Karen Lebowski, Helge Germeshausen