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Herbal and Nutritional Support for Pets During the Holidays

In addition to the behavioral and environmental adjustments you can make to make your animals’ holiday experience more enjoyable—or at least less stressful—some natural herbal and homeopathic products devoted to supporting their physical and emotional health may also be useful. These include, but are certainly not limited to:


Bach Rescue Remedy

Bach Rescue Remedy Pet can be used for an immediate calming effect in any stressful situation, or when your pet needs help overcoming a variety of emotional or behavioral problems. This new variation of the original stress relieving remedy, available for more than 70 years, contains a blend of the same five flower remedies found in Rescue Remedy in an alcohol free formula, ideal for sensitive pets.


Available online at natural healing sites for pets (i.e.,, at health food stores, some pharmacies, and many pet stores in Fairfield County.


Earth Animals Calm Down: Daily Distress Support

A calming herbal blend for peak periods of fear & distress. This is an herbal blend that helps calm emotional distress naturally due to travel, holidays chaos, grooming, thunderstorms, fireworks, motion sickness or environmental changes.


Available online at natural healing sites for pets (i.e.,, and at Earth Animal, Westport, CT.


Earth Animals Emotional Balance: Emotional Healing Support

A flower essence to help balance and alleviate anxiety-based behavior. This is a blend of flower essences that helps reduce fear and calm anxious behavior. It helps to balance the emotions and minimize neurotic behavior such as separation anxiety, holiday madness, fear of loud noises, thunderstorms, visits to the groomer, relocation, obedience issues, aggressive behavior or bereavement.


Available online at natural healing sites for pets (i.e.,, and at Earth Animal, Westport, CT.

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