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April 18, 2018

Pet Remedy, a maker of calming solutions for pets in the UK, has launched in Canada and the United States. This unique calming solution is naturally formulated to address a range of stressful situations, including fireworks, kennel and cattery stays, separation anxiety, trips to the vet, introduction of new people or animals and more. This natural product contains valerian, a perennial herb known for its calming qualities, along with other botanical extracts, like vetiver and essential oils. It was developed with the help of an experienced team of veterinarians, nurses, animal psychiatrists and behaviorists.

Unlike comparable formulas, Pet Remedy can be used to calm a range of companion animals, from rodents, rabbits and guinea pigs to canines, felines and equines.

According to Kim Goldsworthy, sales director – North America, this proprietary formula offers other significant benefits.

“Pet Remedy is a stand-alone product. Its natural plant extract makes it not only safe for the pet, home and environment, but also effective immediately,” Goldsworthy said. “This is an exciting product in a growing category with a proven track record; in fact, Pet Remedy’s growth in the UK is more than double the average for the category. But what I love best is it’s one product (four SKUs) that has been developed for a large range of domestic pets, providing a natural one product fits all solution.”

Pet Remedy is available as a 200 ml Calming Spray that can be applied to the pet’s bedding, furnishing and coat. It also comes packed with a 15ml mini spray for travel. A Calming Plug-In Diffuser that emits a fine mist, which covers up to 650 square feet, is also available, as well as Diffuser Refill Packs.

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