MaxxiCalm Calming Aid For Dogs

To Help Anxious Dogs To Relax In Stressful Situations

MaxxiCalm is high quality calming aid for dogs. It is manufactured in the USA, in GMP and NASC (National Animal Supplement Council) certified manufacturing facility.MaxxiCalm bottle

What Is Calming Aid And How Does It Work For Dogs?

Canine calming aid helps anxious and nervous dogs to relax during situations they normally find stressful, e.g. during thunderstorms, when traveling, or when left home alone. Calming aid can also help to manage various dog behavioral problems, like aggression and hyperactivity.

It is important to remember that using canine calming aid does not cure the dog. But it can help you and your dog to manage better in situations that you both find distressing. We dog owners feel helpless when we see our dogs scared and anxious. And behavioral problems are frustrating and stressful for us as well as our dogs.

For the best results, you should always use calming aid for dogs together with other calming treatment techniques. Dog behavior correction training and some simple changes in the dogs' environment, along with using calming aid, will get you better results… and faster.maxxicalm-three-bulldogs.jpg

Which Dogs Can Benefit From Calming Aid For Dogs

Dog calming aid can be beneficial in the following circumstances:

Anxious situations, e.g. when the dog is being left home alone (separation anxiety), or there are changes in the household (family member dying or moving away)
Stressful situations, e.g. fireworks and thunderstorms
Unfamiliar surroundings, e.g. when the dog is going to the Vet, grooming saloon, or being looked after by dog sitter
New home, e.g. when the dog is being re-homed, or the family is moving to a new house
Travelling, e.g. by car or flying
Behavioral problems, e.g. to help manage dog aggression
Unwanted or unruly behavior, e.g. destructive behavior when the dog is left alone (common in dogs suffering from separation anxiety or hyper dogs)

There are other things you can and should do to help your dog deal with any stressful situation. This is why every bottle of MaxxiCalm comes with a FREE eBook that contains helpful information and advice how best to deal with stressful situations like above.

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How Does MaxxiCalm Work?

It is all about the ingredients. MaxxiCalm calming aid for dogs contains only natural ingredients that have been shown to support balanced behavior and maintain calmness in dogs.

All the ingredients in MaxxiCalm are of human grade quality and naturally promote positive mood and can help to reduce stress and tension in our beloved dogs.  

Taurine

Taurine is amino sulfonic acid (usually referred to as amino acid) that is found naturally in meat and fish. Taurine is conditional amino acid (opposite to essential amino acid), meaning the body can manufacture Taurine.Calm dogs

It supports the neurological development, helps to regulate the level of water and mineral salt in the blood, and is thought to have antioxidant properties. Taurine has been shown to be beneficial for the heart function, but it but has many other benefits, including calming and stabilizing effect on the brain.

Taurine controls the release of chemical signals between nerve cells in the brain. Studies have shown that it inhibits the release of adrenaline and has positive effect on dopamine level. This has calming effect and explains why Taurine is one of the key ingredients in MaxxiCalm.

Dogs can suffer from Taurine deficiency, i.e. if the body does not produce enough of it. Certain breeds seem more predisposed to Taurine deficiency, e.g. giant breeds like the Newfoundland, as well as American Cocker Spaniels, Chihuahuas, Scottish Terriers, etc.

Inositol

Inositol (sometimes called Vitamin B8) is one of the B complex vitamins (though not officially recognized as vitamin as it can be synthesized in the body from glucose). Inositol is present in all body tissue but with the highest concentration in the brain, heart and eye lens.

Inositol has calming effects as it is involved in the production and action of neurotransmitters (chemicals that transmit messages between nerve cells).

Preliminary research indicates that Inositol has a calming effect and may help treat depression, panic attacks, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (Health Supplement Nutritional Guide).

According to WebMD one study found Inositol to be as effective as prescribed medication in treating panic disorder.MaxxiCalm

Chamomile

Chamomile is an herb that has been used as traditional medicine for centuries, i.e. to settle stomachs, help with sleeping, and calm anxiety. Chamomile has mild sedative effects, which benefits humans and pets alike.

Chamomile is commonly used in calming aids for dogs, i.e. to relieve anxiety. It also benefits dogs that are prone to stomach upset when over excited.

Passion Flower

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Passion Flower (Passionflower) is an evergreen climbing plant that has been used in traditional medicine for centuries. It can help with anxiety, insomnia, restlessness, epilepsy, and other conditions of hyperactivity, as well as high blood pressure. Passion Flower is included in many pain formulas, i.e. when the discomfort is caused by muscle tension and emotional turmoil. 

According to WebMD there are evidence that Passion Flower can reduce symptoms of anxiety, sometimes as effectively as some prescribed medication.

L-Theanine

Theanine is an amino acid. L-Theanine is the form that has been used as supplement but it is found almost exclusively in green tea plants.

Theanine has a chemical structure that is similar to glutamate, a naturally occurring amino acid that helps transmit nerve impulses in the brain. Theanine seems to protect the body from excess level of glutamate, i.e. helps regulate the transmission of nerve impulses in the brain.

Theanine has had significant clinical results for naturally calming and focusing the brain, and has been used effectively to treat anxiety and high blood pressure in humans. Animal studies have also indicated that Theanine can have protective effects for the brain (How Stuff Works).

Thiamine (Vitamin B1)

Thiamine, or Vitamin B1, is a water-soluble vitamin of the B complex. Vitamin B1 is found in many foods, e.g. yeast, cereal grains, beans, nuts, and meat.

Thiamine has been shown to affect the central nervous system and helps to calm and soothe anxious animals.

Thiamine is absorbed from the diet through the small intestine and is a key component of effective carbohydrate metabolism. It is not stored in the body so increased activity, stress, illnesses, can deplete its levels in the body. Tissues with high-energy requirements, such as the brain, can be severely affected by Thiamine deficiency. MaxxiCalm

Magnesium (Citrate)

Magnesium is a mineral that is important in more than 300 chemical reactions that keep the body working properly. Food that is high in fiber is generally high in magnesium.

Magnesium can lower muscle tension and help maintain healthy nerve transmission, making it good ingredient in any calming supplement for dogs.

Because It Is All About The Ingredients

Which is why we guarantee that all the stated ingredients are present in the product at the date of manufacturing. We do not accept any manufacturing batch unless it conforms to all product specifications.

The photo shows a MaxxiCalm Certificate of Analysis for a specific manufacturing batch. It shows that MaxxiCalm conforms to all product specification (physical, analytical and microbiological).COA-Calm-December-15-plain-photo-SMALL.jpg

If you like to see the Certificate of Analysis for any specific batch, just Contact Us with the lot number and we will send you a copy.

Dog Behavior Advice (FREE eBook)

Every bottle of MaxxiCalm calming aid for dogs comes with a FREE eBook containing practical dog behavior advice. Following them will increase your chances of getting the situation under control… and sooner.

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The most effective way to deal with any dog behavioral problem is to use dog behavior correction techniques. Desensitization and counter-conditioning are the most common treatments for canine anxiety, phobias, fear, and aggression, i.e. any behavioral problem that involves arousal or emotional reaction.

Simple changes in the dogs' environment can also make a lot of difference and help anxious dogs to cope better with stressful situations.

The eBook recommends changes that can be helpful to deal with various situations, e.g. fear of new things, noise phobia, fear of fireworks and thunderstorms, anxiety when visiting the Vet or groomers, moving houses, going to the dog sitters, fear of travelling (by car or flying), separation anxiety, aggression, and hyper dog behavior.

Most of the changes recommended can easily be adjusted to fit other situations your dog finds stressful.

Finally we look at the role of the owner, because let's face it, our behavior affects our dogs.

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