- A natural remedy for those that suffer from separation anxiety when left home alone or leaving the room for a short period of time, designed to entice harmonization with their surroundings.
- An excellent aid to help curb unruly horses that are separated from their herd.
- For the parents that vacation and need to board their pets, this will help ease the feelings of abandonment when left in unfamiliar surroundings.
Botanical Animal® Independence™ addresses the lingering loneliness that emerges when animals are left alone or separated from herd members. Some animals become destructive or unruly, almost dangerous to handle when taken away from their familiar environment. Pets who lash out when left alone or separated, lack self-nurturing qualities and find their environment challenging without their pack or herd members. The Flower Essences will help them harmonize with their environment and allow for self growth, helping them view the world for the positive possibilities that may come when left alone or separated.
CAUTIONSKeep away from children. To prevent breaking and ingestion of glass, do not administer by inserting glass pipette directly into mouth. If using a plastic pipette, do not keep the plastic in bottle, as it may alter the essences and dilute the effectiveness. Wash pipette after direct contact with mouth to prevent contamination.
Keep away from open flames.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE/APPLICATIONSFor best results, administer The Flower Essences directly by mouth, in drinking water or by rubbing on paws, ears and soft skin. Use as part of your pet’s daily regimen to optimize effectiveness. Adding more drops than recommended will not increase effect or hasten results.
Oral: Place recommended number of drops into pet’s mouth. Use a plastic pipette. Wash pipette thoroughly after use.
Spray: Add 15 drops to 8oz. distilled, purified or spring water. Spray directly into air in the direction of your pet’s mouth, nose and ears as well as their paws, hooves or feet.
Topical: Apply recommended number of drops topically to your pet’s paws, ears or any soft skinned areas for absorption.
Water: Double recommended dosage amount if being used in water. Add directly to your pet’s water. Change water daily.
Keep container tightly sealed. Keep out of direct sunlight. To prolong life of product, keep in refrigerator after opening. Shake well before using.
DOSINGFor the loading dose, use the recommended dosage two to three times daily for the first 3 days. Once desired results have been achieved, use recommended dosage once to twice daily as part of your pet’s daily regimen to optimize effectiveness.
<1 to 20 Lbs- 4-8 Drops, double if used in water
20lbs to 60 Lbs – 6-10 Drops, double if used in water
60 lbs to 250 Lbs- 8-14 Drops, double if used in water
Large animals (horses, cows, llamas, alpacas, etc.)- Use ¼ to ½ of full pipette
INGREDIENTSA proprietary blend of infusions of Dicentra formosa, Cichorium intybus, Calochortus albus, Ilex aquifolium, Lonicera caprifolium, Larix decidua, Calochortus leichtlinii, Mimulus guttatus, and Berberis aquifolium flower essences, distilled water and distilled vinegar.
Helped multiple of my animals
Posted by Alison on Aug 29th 2016
I've used this on my dog (who's a rescue) and my oldest of my two horses.
My dog didn't used to get seperation anxiety when I left him for periods of time [whether it was travel or just a long day] until I had a medical incident where I didn't get home from the hospital until 330 in the morning. He would then start fussing, jumping on and off the bed, whimpering, etc. Hasn't destroyed anything yet (knock on wood). I was away on a trip for a couple days and my pet sitter let me know he had freaked out the first night and I told her to put some of this on his food. I didn't hear a peep about it for the rest of my trip. And when I came home I went back to putting it in the main water bowl in the house and it seems to have curtailed the behavior a lot.
My oldest horse has gotten a bit herd bound to my youngest; if I even take the youngest out of the pasture to wash him off or work him, the oldest will run around screaming incessantly until I bring the younger one back. Had me worried he was gonna try to bust through the fence or something. So whenever I am going to work them, I put this in their breakfast. It took a couple days, but my oldest gradually every day started getting more and more relaxed about the younger one being taken out. Now he'll call once every once in a while when I have the younger one out, almost as to say "ok I'm over here now" and then goes back to grazing. It may take a couple of days for it to fully die down, but I definitely keep this on hand.