DAP Dog Appeasing Pheromone Collar-Medium/Large Dog
DAP Dog Appeasing Pheromone Collar-Medium/Large Dog


RRP: £30.36
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DAP Dog Appeasing Pheromone Collar-Medium/Large Dog

Proven to help comfort both puppies and adult dogs in challenging situations outside, the D.A.P. Collar is recommended:

• To help a puppy settle into a new environment away from his mother and siblings
• To help a rescue dog adjust to a new home and family
• To help dogs remain calm during a stay in kennels
• To ensure a puppy’s first experiences of new activities are positive, especially during the socialisation period
• To help dogs cope with novel and unpredictable situation away from the home
• To help dogs exhibiting fear related reactions outside the home when encountering traffic, other dogs, thunderstorms, gunshots etc.

The D.A.P. Collar works by releasing a constant stream of synthetic dog appeasing pheromone for a period of about 4 weeks. The dog appeasing pheromone is a substance produced naturally by a lactating bitch to reassure and calm her puppies, as they explore and learn about the world around them.

Importantly this pheromone is also proven to have a positive relaxing and comforting influence on adult dogs, increasing their confidence in the outside world and make the process of accepting new or difficult stimuli more relaxed and less challenging.

Combining the D.A.P. Collar with the D.A.P. Diffuser may provide optimum results for dogs showing indoor and outdoor fears and for puppies or adult dogs settling into a new home. In multi-dog households, it is recommended that all the dogs wear a D.A.P. Collar or that a D.A.P. Diffuser used. The D.A.P. Collar should be left on the dog at all times.

You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use
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