Thursday, May 31, 2012

Emotional Support for Pets:
Bonatical Flower Essences Giveaway

by Carrie Boyko, CEB
© AllThingsDogBlog.com
Oliver Waits Permission
 to Eat his Mellowed Out Treat
Animal care professionals say the 10 most common canine behavioral problems are barking, chewing, digging, separation anxiety, inappropriate elimination, begging, chasing, jumping, biting, and aggression.  Many of these behaviors aren’t just superficial naughtiness, but trace their origins to deeper-rooted causes, including fear, defensiveness, protection of property, dominance assertion, anxiety, curiosity, boredom, and/or excess energy. 

© Arenus.com
Mellow Out Goes Down
Easily on a Treat
Flower essences can offer relief to dogs by helping to balance and harmonize emotional and psychological states.  The liquid plant preparations are made by infusing fresh flower blossoms under very specific conditions. They are easy to give and safe for dogs, horses, cats, birds and other small animals, too. Arenus makes 14 different, issue-specific blends of Botanical Animal® Flower Essences, each specifically formulated to deal with a different problem behavior, including these:   

·        Mellow Out ® - to support pets with agitation, anxiety, or nervousness, such as before thunderstorms and fireworks displays
·        In TrainingTM  - to improve focus and patience, to help dogs in training
·        Life’s ChangesTM - when moving into a new home or after the loss of a housemate
·        IndependenceTM - to assist with separation anxiety, when pet must be left alone
·        Clear ThinkingTM - to help easily distracted animals stay focused on task at hand
·        Angel of Mercy® - for animals who have been rescued from neglect and abuse


This giveaway will focus on Mellow Out, which we reviewed yesterday. You can enter through Wednesday, June 13 to win a bottle for your pet. If the Rafflecopter entry form below is not in view immediately, simply click on the post title to refresh and it will appear at the bottom. Good luck to you all.


If you'd prefer to take the 'sure thing' route, feel free to order your Mellow Out from their website.





The product for this giveaway is being provided by Arenus as a promotional courtesy. I have not been compensated to review this product or do the giveaway. The comments posted here are my own findings. There is no purchase necessary to enter and the giveaway is available to all North American addresses.
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31 comments:



Julie said...

Wow, I'm surprised that they have 14 different blends. I could use several of these, but the one that I would like to try next is the Panic Attack.



K.C. said...

I didn't know anything about these. They sound great. My boy can get a little worked up when I leave. So I would say Independence would be another I'd try.



K.C. said...

I didn't know anything about these. They sound great. My boy can get a little worked up when I leave. So I would say Independence would be another I'd try.



K.C. said...

I didn't know anything about these. They sound great. My boy can get a little worked up when I leave. So I would say Independence would be another I'd try.



tadalafil said...

Is it safe, are you sure???



larrielle said...

Bentley can have an evil strike like his mom sometimes, so 'Devil Be Gone' may work. He's snappy when it's time to put him up and can get snappy towards other pups if they get too close to me. Before any trial and error I would like more research on the product and its effectiveness. Has Oliver or Tanner tried any of their products?



Vero said...

Wow, these sound great. We could really use Mellow Out for my other-dog-aggressive girl!



Carrie, with Tanner and Oliver said...

@tadalafil: These products are like homeopathic remedies that are made from flower essences. Check the website and read the ingredients. You can look them up on Wikipedia.



Cynthia Downer said...

I'd like to try Devil Be Gone as a training aid for my reactive dog, Zora.



cdmtx said...

i would love to give it a try ... YoYo and his "Napoleon Complex" <-- i have to bark because i am so big and bad :)maybe that would help take the edge off ... one can only hope lol :)



cdmtx said...

Angel of Mercy -another great one to try .. for feeling unsafe and insecure and Devil Be Gone -for an obsessive need to protect the caregiver ~ i think YoYo has both of these problems



Carrie, with Tanner and Oliver said...

@cdmtx: Just a tiny bit of "Little Dog Syndrome" going on there, huh? You've got your work cut out for you!



evie said...

sibling rivalry and panic attack-because evie hates storms and still does not like her 2 little sisters, she was an only child for almost 8 yrs and harley, the baby who will be 2 aug 1, picks on her....



evie said...

right now i use spirit essence products---jackson galaxy...



Catie said...

My pup needs Clear Thinking. We do agility work and he gets so distracted by everything!



Julie said...

Sorry, one of my tweets from today (6/3) did not paste properly in the rafflecopter, here it is: https://twitter.com/jpark107/status/209301660214902784



Brittney said...

I would have to try panic attack.. My dogs hate storms and loud noises



Lisa F. said...

I would like to try either obsess less or ego builder.



Katie said...

I would like to try Easy Does It™
Easy Does It®



Tiny The Puggle said...

I would like to try Life's Changes next because we will be moving out of state next year and it is going to be a huge adjustment for Tiny.



Linda Meyers-Gabbard (LLMG1960) said...

I'd like to try Obsess less



lilyk said...

I would like to try the Clear Thinking variety.



lilyk said...

I enjoyed the Tips to Reduce Stress of Taking Your Cat to Vet post the most.



Anna Galanos said...

I want to try Devil Be Gone.



RockyandNelson said...

I'd love to try this for Nelson. It sounds like a great product!



Linda Meyers-Gabbard (LLMG1960) said...

I'd like TI try safe journey



Chunky Girl said...

I'd love Panic Attack for my yorkie!



Anonymous said...

Safe Journey



lmurley2000 said...

i would like to try the angel of mercy

lmurley2000@yahoo.com



Cristen said...

In Training sounds just right for my dog! haha.



Christine - The Animal Sitter said...

I few of these seem like I could use them but the one that I would really like is Safe Journey. I really like to bring my one dog places but I can't go places that are more then 20 minutes away because that's as much time as she can be in the car to tolerate it before she gets sick.

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