How To Keep Your Dogs Happy – Our Calming Chews Active Ingredients

How To Keep Your Dogs Happy – Our Calming Chews Active Ingredients

In the same way anxiety can be crippling for humans, it can affect dogs in a very similar way. Watching your furry friend suffer, whether it’s an everyday worry or anxiety induced by new situations, it often feels like there’s not much you can do about it.

But there is actually a very effective and natural way to make sure your beloved canine stays calm and relaxed no matter what the situation, whilst avoiding drowsiness!

One of the most common types of anxiety among dogs is what’s known as separation anxiety and can often be the hardest as you’re not around to help calm them down.

Our own Total Calm Chews are a natural formula to help with over-excited or nervous dogs, reducing stress and aggressive/hyperactive behavior.

But, did you know what our Total Calm Chews active ingredients are and how they help your dog live a more relaxed, happy life? If not, here’s a breakdown of what’s inside our chews, and how they work.


Hemp has been used to treat anxiety in humans for years, helping people with anything from public speaking anxiety to PTSD, and it works in a similar way in all mammals.

The hemp in our Calming Chews will help put your mind at ease by allowing your dog to feel calm, whether it’s fireworks or new people, your pup will feel much better no matter what situation.


Chamomile contains chemicals that relax anxiety and reduce blood pressure. It can have a soothing effect on your pet in a similar way to how it works on humans!

Chamomile is one of the most effective and natural ways to calm your dog down, avoiding the drowsiness caused by prescribed drugs!

Valerian Root

This herbal supplement has mild sedative qualities which can reduce stress and anxiety almost instantly. It can provide a soporific result, helping your dog to feel calmer and more restful.

Passion Flower

Passion flower is a natural and safe calming aid for dogs, which promotes good health and reduces stress. It has been widely used for separation anxiety and troubled sleeping.


This amino acid works in the brain to support stress response and acts as a mood-booster. L-Tryptophan is a precursor for serotonin, which plays a vital role in your dog’s wellbeing.

Vitamin B

Vitamin B has been found to have a calming effect on dogs, and helps to support a healthy immune system and sleep pattern. It can reduce stress, relieve irritability and stimulate the production of serotonin.

Final Thoughts

At the Petlab Co., we understand that your dogs mean the world to you, and that looking after their health and happiness is your number one priority. This is why we've made sure all our ingredients are natural, without the nasty side-effects of other alternatives!

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