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Adaptil Dog Appeasing Pheromone Diffuser Refill Vial

Adaptil Dog Appeasing Pheromone Diffuser Refill Vial

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Adaptil Dog Appeasing Pheromone Diffuser Refill Vial is a replacement vial for the Electric Diffuser. Adaptil mimics the naturally occurring pheromones produced by mother dogs to comfort puppies. When a dog is treated with Adaptil pet meds, the symptoms of separation anxiety are minimized.
  • Stops stress-induced behavioral problems, including barking, whimpering, whining, scratching, urinating, and defecating
  • Odorless and does not affect humans
  • Minimizes symptoms of canine separation anxiety
  • Does not sedate your dog
  • Formerly DAP, Dog Appeasing Pheromone, Refill Vial
  • Manufacturer information and usage PDF
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Overall Customer Rating:
5.00
Customer Reviews: 1
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Vermont
Review Date:
11/16/2012

I first bought this for my sister because her dog was dealing with some very serious separation anxiety. He cried and howled every time she left for work, sometimes urinating on the floor and other things. It worked well, not completely, but it helped. I then tried it for my dog who has gets really upset when we have company come over. I bought two diffusers. I put one in the living room where the company would be and I put a second one in my bedroom where my dog would hide. The improvement was dramatic. My dog now comes out and hangs out with the company, he doesn't whine or shake anymore, and he doesn't hide at all.
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