All Natural Relax Dog Aromatherapy Takes the Stress Off Your Basset's Fears
Bassets are usually pretty laid-back, chill dogs. But, just as certain events trigger panic in people (spiders, snakes, heights, public speaking, clowns, mice -sneaky, horrible germ factories), certain situations can trigger your Basset's fears. Thunderstorms, fireworks, loud noises in general are common triggers for our dog's fears. Factoid: Even though Bassets were bred to be hunting dogs with guns being fired there were keys they learned to watch for; the human lifting the gun to their shoulder, etc. to warn them of the upcoming sharp noise. Thunder doesn't give much warning.
Relax Dog Aromatherapy is a gentle anxiety treatment you can use easily in your home or on the go. No harsh drugs, no restrictive garments and no fuss...just a gentle application of classically calming essential oils to ease your Basset's anxiety. Taking the edge off panic allows your Basset to make it through the scary event without injury to themselves, you, your family or property.
Helping Your Dog's Stress, Anxiety, and Fears
What Can We Do?
There are many options for calming your dog. Medications, calming chews, compression garments are a few common aids. Each of these has a valid usage for some dogs.
What we offer is a non-medical, non-invasive, easy-to-use, quick acting method of calming your dog.
Gentle Essential Oils
Relax Dog Aromatherapy uses a custom blend of safe essential oils to gently calm your dog's anxiety. Relax is NOT a doggie downer, it won't sedate them.
Relax Dog Aromatherapy CAN help take the edge off and make a stressful time more tolerable. Most of the time that is all we need.
Does Relax REALLY Help?
Keeping Expectations Real!Like using tranquilizers etc., everyone has their own response. Some dogs curl up and fall asleep, some dogs aren't affected and others (the vast majority) are in-between, less stressed or anxious, but not loving the fireworks.
For most dogs Relax takes the edge off their fear or anxiety, allowing them to make it through the stressful event. That is our goal!
• .45 oz Roll-On Bottle • 2.7 oz Aluminum Spray Bottle • Combo of Roll-On & Spray Bottle • Your Choice of 125 Dog Breed Labels. Relax is the same recipe/formulation, the breed labels celebrate canine diversity
Begin application of Relax before, or as soon as possible after onset of trigger (Before fireworks start) • Calmly reassure your dog • Reapply as needed • Use Spray and Roll-on together for maximum effectiveness
Using Relax Spray
• Shake Relax gently before using
• Spritz over dog's body - ears back
• Or spray onto hands and pet dog
• Or spray on washcloth or paper towel and rub dog
• Spray beds, crate & inside vehicle
• Reapply as needed
• Roll on inside dog's ears
• Or on belly or any area with less coat
• Roll onto your hands
• Then pet your dog, stroking Relax into their coat
My dog experiences stress when out around other dogs, partially due to lacking confidence, and a couple of unfortunate incidents that results in them being afraid of other dogs. Using both applications of relax therapy, they are calm enough to deal with life and being out and about. Love this product!
Love these products and so does our dogs
These products work, smell great and don’t break the bank… a triple win!
Amazing! Shadow's paws are already softer and less scratchy after only 2 uses.
We have a soft spot for all the big livestock guard dogs around here, so we always send some big love their way. Thanks for letting us know about Shadow's soft paws and enjoy scratch-free cuddles! My Pry used to slap me when she wanted my attention and getting whomped by one of those paws got my attention!
I love the products I purchased from you.
Thank you so much for letting us know! Poms are just glorious balls of fluffy love and we're thrilled to help your Poms look and feel Pom Perfect! –Kathy
Amazing products and amazing customer Service … Kathy picks up the phone!
I have been using RELAX , Nose Butter And The shampoo for a really ling time… My black pug Roman will be 11 in January and we have never spent even one night apart.. He is a frequent flyer and Relax is essential for travel. .. for him and me by the way … Kathy is just amzing and Roman andcI both love the customized breed packaging ❤️
It was a gift
They love the paw butter and calming spray alot thank you so very much
Lily girl Dauchsand
Seems to help her calm down when she gets upset and barking. We use the Aromatherapy spray on her ears and neck. We then lightly pet her coat. We also use the roll on inside both ears as described. Very nice fragrance.
Dolly and I both love your products.
We will be shopping again soon.
Thank you to you and Dolly for letting us know how everything is working for you. We look forward to many years of helping your Tibetan Terrier look and feel good! -Kathy
It's my second purchase and my pup loves it! and the smell is not strong than the other ones i'd tried. Thank you so much for Blissfull Dog :)
Thank YOU for letting us know how well your cutie did with our Relax Dog Aromatherapy. I wish I could fly through the internet and give her a cuddle. We use a LOT of Relax here at the office on some of our more reactive dogs and it sure does help! -Kathy
Fixing the Shih-Tzu Shakes
I’ve only had one instance where I needed to use the spray. I sprayed him and my hands and started petting him. Pretty soon he calmed down and went to sleep. What do you suggest for chewing on his paw?
So glad the Relax worked just like it is supposed to work for your sweetie. Now, onto the paw chewing. That can be a tough one as there are a lot of things that could cause it. Some do it as a self-soothing ploy like a kid sucking their thumb. Some do it because there is something in their foot bothering them (sticker or burr or tiny hair mat). Sometimes (less often) it can be allergies. I'd start with the easy one first and have your groomer check her feet very carefully. My little English Toy Spaniel (he's Black and Tan) gets tiny mats in his pads and screams if we touch his feet. The next time you go to the vet ask them if you don't find anything physical. Hope this helps! -Kathy