Monday, October 12, 2009

Cutting Pets' Stress Naturally

(NAPSI)-The sounds of fireworks may remind us of celebrations, but for many pets, the explosions, along with thunderstorms and other common warm weather sounds, can be a significant source of anxiety.

Animals show stress in different ways. Dogs, for instance, might howl, run in circles or simply become lethargic. In rare instances, a stressed animal may even become aggressive.

Dr. Margo Roman, DVM, says pet owners can treat their animal's anxiety--whether it's caused by loud noises, separation, new surroundings, vet visits or other factors--naturally with Rescue Remedy Pet.

Rescue Remedy is a blend of five flower remedies formulated more than 70 years ago. Now available, alcohol-free Rescue Remedy Pet is suitable for all kinds of pets including reptiles, fish (add to water), birds, cats, dogs, horses and rabbits.

The remedy is available in dropper format, helping to make it easier to administer. You can find it at Whole Foods and anywhere natural products are sold and at

Natural remedies can help relieve anxiety in pets.

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