Emergency stopped agitation

I had to write to say 'thank you' for your 'Emergency' drops. I'm looking after a friends dog this weekend and she came to my house for the first time tonight. Over the last couple of hours she has been very unsettled and when she heard the dog over the back fence she got very agitated and started scratching and whining at the back and front doors. I remembered I had the 'Emergency' drops and after 3 doses she is now sleeping soundly and snoring her head off. Just amazing. Thank you!!

Large Cross Breed

We have a large cross breed dog in class who has been taking fantastic direction from his guardian and has become easily re-directable. We started using ADAPTIL spray on a bandana for this dog in class. We noticed dramatic results in further calmed behaviour and the dog was easier to re-direct. The guardian purchased ADAPTIL collar for his dog and we had seen dramatic results in class. However, he would be easily 'set off' from a few of the other male dogs in class.
We trialled 'Emergency' with this dog in class. Given twice, 15 minutes apart. We did notice further calm behaviour and a much stronger focus with his owner. We did not have ONE reactive outburst from him throughout the whole class. Although we have come a long way with this dog and his training, he normally will react once or twice in class, depending on the trigger - fast moving dogs, dogs in close proximity or a stare bear dog will set him off. During the class where we trialled the 'Emergency' drops, he did not react at all.

Julie Earl - Delta Accredited Pet Dog Trainer - Nutts About Mutts

Googles thanks Emergency drops

This week was pretty stressful as my 13 year old cat 'Googles' went missing and then turned up Tuesday morning battered and bruised, blood on her neck, not hers, and feeling pretty sorry for herself. Two day of 'Emergency Remedy' and then 'Reconnection' she finally started eating and today she came running in ready for more food. Even though I have felt first hand the incredible results from these beautiful remedies and have witnessed amazing changes with my clients, to see it with my beloved best fur friend is just another testimony how incredible and powerful these remedies are. Thank you Christian for your inspiration, passion and commitment in creating these beautiful remedies. And my cat certainly thanks you too.

Marlene Galler

Emergency drops save New Years Eve

Hi SOE, I watched the 'Emergency' drops in action on New Year's Eve. I had some friends over and one had her 4 month old puppy, who she had only had for about 3 weeks, with her. The poor dog totally freaked out when fireworks went off, hid in a corner, trembled and stuck his head into the fence and wouldn't look at anyone. After about 20 minutes of trying to reassure him (unsuccessfully), I remembered the 'Emergency' drops. The effect was immediate. He totally relaxed, walked away from the fence and the long dark pathway and made his way back to the group wagging his tail and happily taking treats! It's the first time I've used them on a totally stressed dog, and I was blown away by the results.

Janet Coelho - Adelaide Pet Photos by Janet

Terrier X girl experiences Emergency Drops

We have a fairly young terrier x girl in our class who has had very limited exposure to the outside world. She is not often walked and has met one dog in her life prior to coming to class. As a result, she gets over-excited in the presence of other dogs and spends most of her time observing the class and making a high-pitched excitement/stressy cries. In the first two classes we were taking her out of the class between exercises so she could concentrate with her guardian away from the visual stimulation.
In the last class we administered 5 'Emergency' drops. She stopped her high-pitched noise immediately and began to focus much better on her guardian. Her guardian was able to get her to work for her a lot more throughout the class. After 15 minutes we administered a further 5 drops in class again, she seemed to calm down further and was able to concentrate for longer periods than we had ever observed from her in the previous classes.
The guardian is rather stressy about classes too and worries that her dog is the 'naughty dog'. I have recommended human drops for the guardian and have recommended she purchase the 'Emergency Remedy' to administer prior to class and street walking. The terrier x girl was taken on her first street walk during the week and was frightened of most of her environment - cars etc. 'Emergency' drops and a everyday formula would be recommended for this dog in the future.

Julie Earl - Delta Accredited Pet Dog Trainer - Nutts About Mutts

Dog Trainer thrilled with results

I used 'Emergency' drops on a dog who tends to get over-excited and very vocal in classes. She pants for most of the class and makes a funny, excited, high pitched noise which is common to a lot of over-excited staffords! She has been badly attacked in the past by a few dogs and as a result, gets rather nervous in the company of other dogs. We manage her in class by allowing lots of space and giving her some time away from the class to calm down between exercises.
Last week we administered 5 drops of 'Emergency', almost instantly she stopped her high-pitched crying and seemed to be visibly calmer, she was not panting, she was able to lie down and observe without getting over-aroused. We did not have to remove her from classes and when she did react once to dog movement in the class, she redirected without having to remove her - which was not the case in previous classes.
We ended up administering a further 5 drops of 'Emergency' after 15 minutes as she started to get over-excited when I approached again, this immediately seemed to have an effect. The guardian seemed to benefit from the dog's more relaxed state as I observed her relax in her body posture and facial features.
This is just one trial with this dog in class using the remedies, but myself, my assistant and the guardian were thrilled at the results for American Staffy Girl.

Julie Earl - Delta Accredited Pet Dog Trainer - Nutts About Mutts