A powerful blend of Roman Chamomile, Lavender and Sweet Marjoram act to calm and quiet pet nervousness. Roman Chamomile comes from flower heads that contain a high amount of esters making it antispasmodic and extremely soothing to the central nervous system. It is a very gentle and non-toxic oil.
Lavender, also a very gentle and non-toxic oil, is considered to be one of the most calming of the essential oils. The many amazing properties of this oil help to balance the psyche and central nervous system.
Sweet Marjoram with chemical components of terpene alcohol and esters give this sedative oil its calming and grounding properties. Chill Out, when misted liberally in the air around your dog, goes to work gently and quickly as your pooch will calm down with a sigh of relief. The treatment is great for Vet visits, sleeplessness, pacing, hyperactivity, separation anxiety, thunderstorms, newly rescued pets, or any situation that just makes your dog nervous.
chill out spray i really like this product for my service dog mya as she gets uneasy with loud noises especially the fire works .. the last few days have been good to try this out as folks have been shooting them off already and this is helping alot.. its also very helpful when we are at the mall as the sounds of the noisy elevator made her nervouse at one time but now i spray this a few times befor we go in the mall and she takes things with ease.. great product .. i hope you will continue to carry as i will be buying more.. thanks
Gloucester, Ma US July 17th, 2011
Chill-Out Our border collie mix has been suffering with Thunder and Lightning issues. It has gotten worse over the yrs, and with skepticism we tried this product, and I have to say, it is the best. Everyone from the kids to the great grandparents have noticed a change in Emma. Oh and by the way, it even has had some positive effect on the cat! One rule, shake the bottle then give 2-3 squirts around the body of the animal, do not get the spray in their eyes. Try it for yourself and you will see why. Who wants oil in their eyes? Yes do treat yourself to it, it is wonderfully calming. No I do not work for that nice lady I met at the Intl. Herbal Symposium, but I am so glad I did meet her there and I am sure Emma is too. Thanks again!