As humans, we have almost all experienced the feeling of being stressed or anxious. Same goes for our beloved pets. Although they cannot voice their feelings, stress and anxiety is a lot more common in pets than we think!
Pet Drs Stress + Anxiety supplement has been carefully researched and developed by a naturopath and veterinarian to help calm and reduce the symptoms of stress and anxiety. Specifically containing L-Tryptophan and L- Theanine, Stress + Anxiety helps to support a healthy nervous system and calm your overall pet’s behaviour.
L-Tryptophan: is a natural amino acid that is involved in the production of the serotonin hormone to help relieve stress or aggressive behaviours. L-Tryptophan can also help improve sleep, increase emotional well-being and relieve depression or anxiety.
L- Theanine: is also another natural amino acid that promotes relaxation. L-Theanine offers other certain benefits such as reducing anxiety, improving cognition, lowering blood pressure and improving their mood.
L-Glutamine: is an important nutrient to sustain a healthy digestive tract. It is one of the most abundant amino acids found in our pets' bodies. It is also known as the calming amino acid as it is very effective at reducing stress and anxiety.
Magnesium: this mineral is the second most abundant mineral in your dog’s body. Magnesium is required for all your pets bodily functions, including their mood. When this mineral is abundant in the body, it produces a calming effect which plays an important role in your pet’s mental and emotional well-being.
GABA: this is one of the most important neurotransmitters in your pets central nervous system as it is responsible for regulating communication between the brain and nervous system. GABA helps to relax the nervous system and therefore reduce anxiety.
Vitamin B Complex:Vitamin B’s have numerous benefits to keep your pet happy, healthy and strong. Most importantly, Vitamin B’s help strengthen neurotransmitter signalling in your pet’s body which improves cognitive function and mood.
Pet anxiety can often be caused by a number of things including fear, seperation or a change in environment. Understanding when your pet is distressed will help you calm these behaviours.