The Granville Island Pet Treatery - Stress! Whaddya Mean I'm Stressed! Dog Treatsby The Granville Island Pet Treatery
Product has been added to cart
- Handcrafted in small batches in Granville Island, Vancouver, BC, Canada
- Effective herbal treat recipe
- Includes natural sedatives & relaxants (i.e. ashwagandha, skullcap, chamomile, lemon balm)
- Calm & soothe dogs suffering from stress, anxiety
- Natural source of Omega 3 - promotes healthy skin & coat
- Not to be given to dogs who are on medication, pregnant or lactating
- Available in 240 g (8.5 oz.) bags
- Net content: 30 treats per bag
The Granville Island Pet Treatery - Stress! Whaddya Mean I'm Stressed! Dog Treats are a great natural treat supplement for dogs that often suffer in various ways from stress and anxiety.
Each crunchy treat contains a delicious combination of all-natural ingredients that produce calming properties in dogs. Some of these include chamomile, ashwagandha, skullcap, holy basil, and lemon balm. This combination of mild sedatives and soothing herbs will ease dogs' nerves and reduce the negative side effects that may go along with stress and anxiety (i.e. poor sleep, nausea and vomiting, and compromised nervous system function).
These crunchy treats are handcrafted in small batches on Granville Island, Vancouver, B.C. Available in 240 g (8.5 oz.) bags. Each bag contains 30 biscuit-style treats that can be broken into smaller pieces for toy and small breed dogs.
Please note: These treats are not recommended for dogs that are pregnant or lactating. Do not give simultaneously with other medications, if your dog is on medication. Please consult your veterinarian before giving the treats to your dog, for further information please see the specifications tab.
|Dog Weight||Recommended Daily Serving|
|Under 9 kg (20 lbs.)||2 treats (break into smaller pieces)|
|9 - 18 kg (20 - 40 lbs.)||4 treats|
|Over 18 kg (40 lbs.)||6 treats|
Please note: Not intended for dogs under 1 year of age. Do not exceed recommended daily servings. For best results, regular supplementation is recommended. Adjust your dog's caloric intake accordingly to prevent over feeding. Not recommended for use dogs that are pregnant or lactating. Do not give simultaneously with other medications.