Advanced kit to support animal emotional health
What is the 'advanced kit to support animal emotional health'?
- This kit consists of our HAPPYPET, SERENEPET and TONICPET #6 products.
- The HAPPYPET natural product supports emotional wellbeing and happiness by regulating your pet’s serotonin levels.
- The SERENEPET natural product is formulated to rebalance the organs linked to mood and behavioural disorders. It promotes good physical, mental, and emotional health.
- The TONICPET #6 natural product is a powerful tonic for the nervous system that nourishes the nerve cells, which allows the nervous system to regain its equilibrium.
Please follow the above dosages and instructions or as directed by one of our Health Advisors.
Who is this natural product suitable for?
- All animals needing more support for emotional health.
- This natural product can be used for dogs and cats.
How to administer the natural product?
Precautions for use: Shake well before use. Respect the dosage.
- HAPPYPET natural product: 1-2 sprays every morning according to need, in water or directly in the mouth. 30ml spray bottle.
- SERENEPET natural product: 1-2 sprays every morning according to need, in water or directly in the mouth. 30ml spray bottle.
- TONICPET #6 natural product:
- 0-25 lbs: 1 pellet, twice a day.
- 25-50 lbs: 2 pellets, twice a day.
- 50-75 lbs: 3 pellets, twice a day.
- 75 lbs+: 4 pellets, twice a day.
- Crush pellets and mix with food or water.
- 20 g (approx. 200 pellets per bottle).
- HAPPYPET natural product: serotonin, brain, spinal cord, intestinal mucosa
- SERENEPET natural product: thalamus, amygdala, hypothalamus, pituitary gland, solar plexus, serotonin, vagus nerve, parasympathetic nerve, adrenal gland, liver, kidneys, stomach, heart, pancreas, lung, magnesium trace element
- TONICPET #6 natural product: kali phosphoricum
Essential oils can negate the effect of homeopathic products.
Keep the products cool.
What is depression in pets?
Domesticated pets are emotional beings, and they can get depressed just like humans. While they can feel sad every now and then (as we can), depression is consistent and long-term. Physiologically, it’s characterized by a neurological imbalance in which serotonin levels — the brain chemical that contributes to happiness — are low.
What are the symptoms of depression in pets?
- Sudden disinterest in things they used to enjoy (walks, car rides, playtime etc.)
- Lack of appetite — they may even stop drinking water
- Weight loss
What are the possible causes of depression in pets?
- Emotional or physical trauma (like from abuse or a scary incident)
- Grief (possibly from the loss of another pet or human family member)
- Illness that impacts their quality of life
- A fear or phobia that causes extreme anxiety
- Big life changes (for example, from a move, a new baby, a new family pet, etc.)