Calm A Dog Down Naturally With Kan Essentials Calm Repose

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Do you know how to calm a dog down?

Sometimes it is a challenge.

First, your pet may be a rescue with a nervous disposition from trauma.

Second, anxious dogs sometimes react aggressively out of fear.

Third, hyper dogs can become destructive when their energy isn’t addressed.

Seeking a natural way to calm a dog down?

Learn more about Kan Essentials Calm Repose.

How Calm Repose Can Calm A Dog Down

Consult a veterinarian with knowledge of Eastern medicine and TCVM.

If they also practice Western medicine, they will administer Calm Repose for the following symptoms:

  • First, occasional muscle twitches, spasms and tremors
  • Second, weight loss despite strong appetite and normal stools
  • Third, heat intolerance
  • Fourth, restlessness
  • Last, eye and coat dryness

Kan Essentials Calm Repose Benefits To Calm A Dog Down

  • Supports healthy vision
  • Also supports healthy blood pressure levels

Eastern Medicine indications:

  • Calm Repose quells Liver Yang rising and Internal Wind secondary to Liver and Kidney Yin deficiency.

Calm Repose Ingredients To Calm A Dog Down

Eastern herbs are often used in medical Western treatment.

In fact, sometimes the herbs are combined with Western medicine in a customized treatment plan.

Abalone Shell

Veterinarians recommend abalone shell to enhance feelings of peace, compassion and love.

Eucommia Bark

To strengthen the bones, ligaments and tendons, vets recommend eucommia bark.

Poria With Wood Root

In traditional medicine, doctors administer poria mushroom filaments.

They use it to help with issues such as anxiety, restlessness, fatigue, tension, nervousness, dizziness and sleep problems.

Gambir Stem Branch And Twig

The leaves and twigs of the plant are used to support dogs with diarrhea.

Loranthus Twig

It is a nourishing herb that can support dogs with dry scaly skin.

Gastrodia Rhizome

The rhizome of gastrodia is a famous Chinese herb.

Furthermore, it is traditionally used for the treatment of headache, dizziness, spasm and other disorders for centuries.

Polygonum Multiflorum Stem

Polygonum is commonly used by mouth to aid conditions related to aging.

For example, it is recommended for conditions including cancer, heart disease, and memory problems.

Cyathula Root

Vets use Cyathula for pain in the lower back, legs and feet.

Additionally, it is also useful for high blood pressure, migraines, nosebleeds, and varicose or spider veins.

Siberian Motherwort Herb

Veterinarians recommend Siberian motherwort herb for heart conditions.

For example, this includes heart failure, irregular heartbeat, fast heartbeat, and heart symptoms due to anxiety.

Dosage Of Calm Repose To Calm A Dog Down

Dosage varies depending on the animal’s sensitivity to the herbs, condition classification as acute or chronic, and animal compliance with formula administration.

Furthermore, consult a veterinary professional for final dosage selection.

Contraindications For Calm Repose

Vets do not recommend Calm Repose during pregnancy.

Additionally, if the animal is reacting adversely to the current dosage, stop administration for one or two days.

Then, resume at a lower dosage.

Furthermore, gradually increase if you do not observe effects (desired or adverse) at this low dosage.

Then, increase gradually.

About Kan Essentials

Kan Herb Company has been providing Chinese herbal formulas worldwide for more than 20 years.

The company manufactures their products at their facility in California.

Additionally, they make their products in the USA in a facility that adheres to rigorous current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).

Where To Find Kan Essentials Calm Repose

Get Kan Essentials Calm Repose at TCVM Pet Supply.

Ali Lehman

Ali Lehman

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