- Brewer’s yeast, pumpkin, and oatmeal encourage relaxation
- 450 milligrams of herbal calming complex
- Ginger soothes upset tummy
- Ideal for trips to the vet or groomer, loud noises, and new homes
- GMP and FDA-compliant facility.
- 100% natural and contains no wheat, soy, corn, artificial colors or flavors, preservatives, fillers, binders, excipients, added salt, or refined sugar.
- Made in the USA
- Certified Organic by QAI.
Complete Calm® Chewable tablets can help maintain calm and relaxation during times of stress like separation, car rides, visits to the vet and groomer, and transition to a new home. Made with an organic proprietary complex that includes botanicals of chamomile, lavender and passionflower combined with nutrients including brown rice protein, pumpkin and oatmeal. Complete Calm supports overall balanced behavior to make stressful situations easier and more tolerable for your dog (and you). It’s also free of binders, fillers, or refined sugar and has a natural chicken flavor dogs will love.
Calming Herbal Blend
Each Complete Calm tablet contains 450 milligrams of a calming complex with organic herbs, including chamomile, lavender, passionflower, valerian, and marshmallow. These ingredients work together to help soothe the nervous system while organic ginger helps calm nervous tummies.
Nutrient-Rich Food Base
Nutrient-rich ingredients of alfalfa, apple, brewer’s yeast, brown rice protein, oatmeal, and pumpkin support calming.
Manufactured in the U.S. in a certified-organic, GMP and FDA-compliant facility. Certified Organic by QAI. 100% natural and contains no wheat, soy, corn, artificial colors or flavors, preservatives, fillers, binders, excipients, added salt, or refined sugar.
One tablet 25 pounds of body weight; 1/2 chew for dogs under 25 pounds. Complete Calm may be administered up to twice daily and is safe for daily use. Begin at 1/2 dose for one to three days and increase to full dose for desired effect.
100% Post-Consumer Recycled, 100% Recyclable EcoGuard™ Packaging
Packaged in 100% recycled, 100% recyclable BPA-free EcoGuard™ packaging with a 92% lower carbon footprint than virgin plastic.
Tips on Using Herbal Remedies
Begin only one remedy or health product of any kind at a time. Do not add another product until you have clearly established your pet’s response to the first one, including signs of intolerance or interaction with any other product being used (unless you are working with a holistic veterinarian familiar with the substances being administered).
More frequent, smaller doses are typically more effective than a large dose once per day, as spacing out the doses allows the herbs to remain in the animal’s system and provide optimal, consistent benefits.
Response to herbal remedies varies by individual, so suggested dosages may need to be adjusted depending on your pet’s response. When introducing any new health product, it is wise to start with a lower than recommended dose and build up over the course of several days to a week. If vomiting, diarrhea or other signs of intolerance occur, a remedy should be stopped for two days, and then half the original dose can be administered to see if the lower dose can be tolerated.
Herbs take time to build in the system, so do not expect immediate results. It can take from several days up to a week or more to know if the herbal remedy is effective depending upon the severity of the issue being treated and the overall vitality of the animal.
Herbs and other natural remedies work best for an animal who is given the best possible conditions for health and healing. This includes having the healthiest and freshest diet possible, along with proper health-supportive products and digestive aids such as digestive enzymes, essential fatty acids, and adequate levels of essential vitamins and minerals.
Check with a knowledgeable veterinarian if your companion is on any conventional medications that herbal remedies could interact with. If your pet’s condition changes in any way that concerns you, discontinue use of any remedies or health products and contact your veterinarian.