What your DOG will love
- Brings calming relief to anxiety
- Relaxes tense muscles
- Gently soothes your pup to sleep
- Reduces signs of aggression
- Made of real peanut butter
What YOU will love
- Comfort during fireworks! Help your buddy de-stress on national holidays
- Calm separation anxiety! Soothe your pup’s nerves before you leave for work
- Great for car rides! Watch your pup enjoy the scenery without the anxiety
- Easy to administer: Simply mix powder with water and voila! You got a delicious peanut butter treat
- Made in the USA at a FDA registered and GMP certified facility
Recommended Serving Guide
|Body Weight||Servings Per Day||Total Servings|
|Less than 25 lbs.||½ scoop||60 scoops|
|26 lbs. +||1 scoop||30 scoops|
Add 1 scoop of our yummy peanut butter powder with 1 tablespoon of water, OR a ½ scoop with 2 teaspoons of water into your dog’s bowl.
Mix into creamy peanut butter goodness.
Serve, and watch that tail wag!
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