Chill Pill for Dogs

“My dog is always on edge, I live in Florida, in the summer the afternoon thunderstorms hit – my dog curls up and shivers. I did a bunch of research and found Liquid Chill Pill For Dogs, it has done wonders for my dog, her anxiety levels have reduced dramatically, she is playful again and doesn’t even realize the thunder anymore. On top of that, the hemp oil has many other benefits to make her healthy and happy! Great product!” ~ Ginny A.

Liquid Chill Pill for Dogs

Dog owners have reported that many things that can trigger anxiety in their dogs. The sound of thunder, a strange or new environment, or house-guests can cause a dog to become anxious. That said, the most common cause is separation anxiety.

“Hemp Oil has been shown to nutritionally support serotonin activity in the dog’s brain.”

When it comes to anxiety, serotonin is involved in the relaxation process and other processes, such as pain perception, appetite, and sleep.

Ingredients: PCR Hemp Oil, Natural Flavors

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I care for dogs for a living, and I am always looking for natural treatments to help older pups with arthritis, this product seems to be helping with that, as well as storm anxiety. I’ve only been using it for a couple of weeks, but so far, so good!
“My dog is always on edge, I live in Florida, in the summer the afternoon thunderstorms hit – my dog curls up and shivers. I did a bunch of research and found Liquid Chill Pill For Dogs, it has done wonders for my dog, her anxiety levels have reduced dramatically, she is playful again and doesn’t even realize the thunder anymore. On top of that, the hemp oil has many other benefits to make her healthy and happy! Great product!” ~ Ginny A.

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