Adaptil is the leading dog behaviour product, scientifically proven to help support dogs during stressful situations.
Adaptil is the synthetic copy of the natural “dog appeasing pheromone” released by the mother dog 2-3 days after giving birth. This pheromone comforts and supports her puppies, giving them the confidence to explore the outside world. This dog appeasing pheromone has been proven to have a comforting effect on both puppies and adult dogs during stressful situations and also helps support their training and socialisation.
Adaptil has been proven to help reduce stress in puppies and adult dogs, helping them deal with challenging situations such as:
- Loud noises and fireworks
- Staying in kennels
- Being left home alone
- Visiting the Vets
- Going to the groomers
Adaptil is canine specific, odourless, non-sedative, non-systemic and can be used alongside all other types of medication.
The efficacy of Adaptil has been demonstrated in 18 studies published in scientific journals and at veterinary conferences around the world.
Adaptil has been used by behaviourists, veterinary experts and welfare charities for the last 10 years.
The Adaptil Spray
Adaptil spray has been developed for temporary relief for events that are short in duration e.g. travelling.
The spray can be applied to your dog's bedding/crate or other items your dog will spend its time near.
To make car journeys more pleasurable for you all, spray the back of your car in preparation of travelling. Once sprayed, the effects will last up to 4 hours.
DO NOT SPRAY directly onto your puppy/dog. Please allow 15 minutes before introducing your puppy/dog to the object or area sprayed to allow the alcohol carrier to evaporate.
The Adaptil Spray is available in a 60ml bottle.
Adaptil is available in 4 easy to use formulations:
Adaptil is supported by a satisfaction guarantee.
Spray 8 to 10 pumps of Adaptil 15 minutes prior to expected effects and before the dog is introduced into the environment (car, carrier, kennel etc…)
Effects should last approximately 2-3 hours, although each animal will respond differently. Renew application after this time or if you notice a reduced effect.
Adaptil Spray should not be directly sprayed on to animals or near an animal’s face.
Adaptil can also be sprayed onto a bandana and tied around the dogs neck.
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