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Blog ~ A Few Words from Dr. Goodpet

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This week, we’re discussing one of our products that has converted many customers from using drugs that cause adverse effects, to our homeopathic remedies, like Calm Stress.

Does your dog or cat constantly have issues with hyperactivity? Is he/she stressed out, or possibly suffering from separation anxiety? Calm Stress is a great natural remedy.

Don’t go straight to tranquilizing drugs that will undoubtedly cause side effects that can do more damage than good. Calm Stress is formulated to help alleviate stress and anxiety, while also aiding in the prevention of nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness.

Calm Stress includes chamomile, an herb scientifically proven to help relax even the jumpiest of pets.

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