ADAPTIL® Dog Calming Spray, the original dog pheromone spray from Ceva Animal Health, helps calm and comfort your dog on the go. Scientifically proven and trusted by veterinarians and pet owners worldwide for over 15 years, more than 5 million dogs have benefitted from ADAPTIL.
When to use ADAPTIL Spray?
- Before travel, veterinary visits or any time your dog could benefit from extra comfort and reassurance
- Spray 8 pumps per application on an object or surface (e.g., in the car, inside the carrier or on your dog's blanket)
- You can also spray your dog’s bedding, toys, clothing, harness or leash for additional comfort at home or on the go
- Never spray your dog
- Never spray in the crate or kennel if your dog is inside
- Always spray on an item or surface, not in the air
- Wait 15 minutes after spraying to allow alcohol in the spray to evaporate
- Each application lasts 4 to 5 hours; reapply as needed for a calm dog
- Each 20 mL bottle contains up to 20 applications (8 sprays / application)
TIP: For plane rides, boarding and longer trips away from home, we recommend an ADAPTIL Collar for up to 4 weeks of constant calming indoors and outdoors. For constant calming and comfort at home, use an ADAPTIL Diffuser and Refill.
Visit adaptil.ca for more information and advice. Read product insert before use.
Canine appeasing pheromone analogue, 2%
Apply 8 pumps of ADAPTIL Dog Calming Spray in your dog’s kennel, carrier or inside the car, 15 minutes before introducing your dog. Each 20mL bottle delivers about 16 applications and the effect lasts 4 to 5 hours.
Dog behaviour is often very complex and there are many approaches to help manage it. ADAPTIL is a clinically proven effective pheromone solution. It is NOT a sedative or a tranquilizer. It has been proven to help support dogs with minor to severe stress. In some cases, additional medical treatment and/or environmental modifications may be required and advice should be sought from your veterinarian or a qualified animal behaviourist. If there are signs of disease, consult your veterinarian.