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If Your Anxious Dog Could Talk, He or She Would Ask for This

Stress can be a big problem for our beloved pets, just like it is for us.

Whether it’s separation anxiety, distress from riding in a car, fear of strangers or the terror prompted by loud noises like a clap of thunder, the crying, trembling and panting can be enough to break your heart.

And when it shows up in behavior like excessive barking, aggression, tearing up rugs or furniture, or messy “accidents” on the floor, it can really add to your stress, too.

For too long, this was a problem you and your pet would simply have to endure. But thankfully, now there’s an easy way to relieve your pet’s chronic or occasional nervousness. And that’s great news, because beyond diminishing comfort and happiness, stress can really take a toll on your pet’s health. [1,2]

Nature’s Amazingly Effective Calming Solution for Dogs and Cats

unnamed (1) Please keep reading, because I know firsthand just how stressful dealing with a pet’s anxiety issues can be.

My dog Charlie is usually a steady fella who loves to be around people, to the point that I have no concern bringing him with me to the office nearly every day. But put him at the top or bottom of a flight of stairs, and he becomes a quivering mess. And at over 80 pounds, he is way too big for me to just pick up and carry up or down stairs.

Luckily, when Charlie’s anxiety issues started showing up, I knew exactly who to ask for help.

A Natural Vet-Formulated Calming Solution for Dogs and Cats

For stress and anxiety, you certainly don’t want a remedy that leaves your pet drugged up, groggy and half out of it. That can be downright dangerous. You still want your dog or cat to be happy, alert and playful — just calmer!

So I turned to my friend, award-winning veterinarian Dr. Katy Nelson, DMV, at the Belle Haven Animal Medical Centre in Alexandria, Virginia for her input on handling pet anxiety.

You may have seen Dr. Nelson on the Today show, Fox & Friends or The Meredith Vieira Show, or heard her on SiriusXM radio. She’s a leader among today’s new wave of veterinarians who advocate safe, natural solutions for pets whenever possible.

She also believes in the benefits of dietary supplements — but only those that are professionally formulated for pets and produced under the highest quality standards.

And Dr. Nelson had good news: There are ways to alleviate stress-related behavioral problems in pets safely, effectively and naturally.

Dr. Nelson assured me that several common nutrients provide a useful first step. Vitamins B1, B3, B6, B12 and E all work together to support a healthy stress response and relaxation in pets. That’s not surprising, because these vitamins do the same for us.

And then she said something that really caught my attention.

In addition to these vitamins, she discovered that some traditional calming herbs that have a long history of use for soothing frayed nerves and inducing calmness in humans, also work wonders for pets to promote relaxation and contentment without any of the druggy effects of medications.

You Might Be Thinking: “Herbs? Can They Really Help Pets?”

You may be surprised, but indeed, herbs can be a godsend to restore your furry friend’s contentment and relaxation if anxiety has become a problem.

For example, passionflower, used traditionally in the Americas and Europe as a fast-acting calming herb for anxiety and insomnia, has become one of the most popular herbal remedies for pets today. Scientists believe passionflower works to quiet the central nervous system by increasing levels of gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain. [3] GABA lowers the activity of some nerve cells, promoting relaxation. Passionflower is often combined with other calming herbs like valerian, lemon balm, chamomile and ginger to enhance its effectiveness. [4]

So after consulting Dr. Nelson, I set out to formulate a supplement for pets with the right herbs and nutrients in the right amounts. With her guidance, I developed a 100% natural pet-calming solution that can help your dog or cat relax — without affecting your pet’s personality, alertness or playfulness one bit.

Introducing ProCalm PLUS™ for Safe, Natural Anxiety Relief

You see, in addition to my work with Live in the Now, I also run Stop Aging Now, a company that has been producing premium-quality nutritional supplements for more than 20 years. We’re a leader in the “people” supplement field, and now we’re a leader in the pet world, too, with our Charlie’s Choice® brand of supplements.

Charlie’s Choice® ProCalm PLUS™ provides the full team of 10 relaxing herbs and nutrients Dr. Nelson recommends, in vet-approved amounts for safe and effective use. And it all comes in a delicious cheese-flavored treat your dog or cat will love.

For a limited time, Live in the Now readers can get ProCalm PLUS for as low as $12.95 per bottle with free shipping. I encourage you to take advantage of this special offer. Click here to take advantage of this special offer.

Your pet will think it’s a reward and a fun part of every day. That’s extremely important, because when you are dealing with an anxious pet, the last thing you want is to add to the stress by trying to force-feed your little one an unpleasant-tasting pill.

5 Reasons Why ProCalm PLUS™ Is the Right Choice for Your Pet

Unlike many other pet supplements, the ingredients in ProCalm PLUS are human-grade nutrients and herbs. As a result, ProCalm PLUS stands out in five important ways, because it…

  1. Provides Natural Ingredients That Work: Each treat contains vet-approved amounts of passionflower, chamomile, valerian, lemon balm and ginger combined with vitamins B1, B3, B6, B12 and E. It’s a gentle yet effective way to promote relaxation. You can give this vet-approved formula to your pet with complete confidence.
  1. Meets the Highest Quality Standards: ProCalm PLUS is made with human-grade nutrients and herbs to the same specifications as our human supplements in a state-of-the-art FDA-inspected facility.
  1. Combines Effective Stress Support with the Fun of a Treat: Your dog or cat will love these cheese-flavored chews. That’s a far cry from the powders and pills that many pets strongly resist.
  1. Has No Side Effects or Interactions: ProCalm PLUS is safe and natural. It features non-toxic ingredients in vet-approved amounts which are safe to take on a daily basis. And unlike most pet supplements and treats, it has no artificial ingredients or unnecessary fillers.
  1. Backed by Our 365-Day Guarantee of Satisfaction: I am confident that ProCalm PLUS will help your pet overcome any issues with stress and anxiety. So I’m happy to back it with our 365-day “any reason” guarantee. That’s right, use it for a full year and I’ll gladly provide a full refund if you don’t see for yourself the difference it is making for your pet.

PLUS: ProCalm PLUS is amazingly affordable — as low as $12.95 for a full month’s supply. And it ships to you for FREE.

So if you’re looking for a way to help your pet overcome stress and end the behaviors that give you stress, don’t wait another day.

ProCalm PLUS Is the Answer You’ve Been Waiting For

I have seen a dramatic difference with my Charlie since I started giving him ProCalm PLUS every day. And he loves the taste so much that all I have to do is shake the jar, and he comes running for his treat.

With ProCalm PLUS, in a matter of days you should expect to see a noticeable difference in your pet’s demeanor and behavior. You can look forward to seeing a calmer pet with…

√ Less uncontrollable barking at doorbells or visitors

√ A greater willingness to listen to you and settle down

√ Less crying, anxious trembling and panting

√ Easier road trips and less stressful drives to the vet or groomer

√ Fewer episodes of aggression, excessive scratching and other behavioral problems

√ An end to soiling “accidents” on the floor caused by over-anxiousness

I’m confident you’ll be pleased with the results you achieve with ProCalm PLUS. And you can try it without risk, because your satisfaction is guaranteed for one full year after purchase.

And best of all, you get a happier pet who is more relaxed, content and playful. And that means you’re more relaxed, too!

Why not see what ProCalm PLUS can do for your pet? Order your supply now at absolutely no risk. If it doesn’t produce calming affects that you can visibly see, we will gladly refund your money. Simple as that!

For a limited time, Live in the Now readers can get ProCalm PLUS for as low as $12.95 per bottle with free shipping. I encourage you to take advantage of this special offer.

Click here to take advantage of this special offer.

Scientific References:

  1. Dreschel NA. The effects of fear and anxiety on health and lifespan in pet dogs. Appl Anim Behav Sci. 2010 Jul 31;125(3):157-62.
  2. Mills D, et al. Stress—its effects on health and behavior: a guide for practitioners. Vet Clin N Am-Small . 2014 May 31;44(3):525-41.
  3. Elsas SM, et al. Passionflora incarnata L. (Passionflower) extracts elicit GABA currents in hippocampal neurons in vitro, and show anxiogenic and anticonvulsant effects in vivo, varying with extraction method. Phytomedicine. 2010;17:940-9.
  4. http://www.umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/passionflower

Josh Corn Joshua Corn – Editor-in-Chief
Josh is a health freedom advocate and veteran of the natural health industry. He has been actively involved in the natural health movement for over 15 years, and has been dedicated to the promotion of health, vitality, longevity and natural living throughout his career. Josh has successfully overcome several personal health challenges through natural means, and believes that sharing information can empower people to take control of their health so they can solve their own problems and live life to its fullest potential. Josh is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Live in the Now. Additionally he serves as CEO of Stop Aging Now, a company that has been formulating premium dietary supplements since 1995. Josh is currently working on his first book about natural health, and is gearing up to launch the Live in the Now radio show. In addition to his work in the natural health field, Josh is an avid outdoorsman, animal lover and enjoys “living in the now” with his wife and two sons.

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