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  1. Well it's 2017 and Coffey is trying something new to help with his excitability and also as pre-help to the little injuries (left shoulder / right front foot) he sustained as a rough and tumble pup: We are also using Bach Rescue Remedy for Pets as an aid with training. Coffey needs gets reactive excitable and needs to learn how to calm himself down. As he learns to focus back on us and starts to calm himself down I give him a treat with the Rescue Remedy on it to help him calm a little more. I am hoping it will promote faster calming instead of his continuing stubborn challenging. (He
  2. I decided to open this as a new topic. NOTE: I am NOT an MD, I am posting my experience keeping a puppy calm after spay (during recovery) and AWAY from sutures that she is intent on getting to. I have consulted with my Vet and she has stated the natural aids are not FDA approved so she does not know if they will work, BUT she advise me that they are SAFE to take with the PRESCRIBED meds. *****PLEASE ASK YOUR VET if you are interested in using any 'natural' supplements.******* Tayamni (class of fall 2014, by Azteca and Jay) Has had sensitive skin and a sensitive digestive system
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