This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Comfort Zone® products for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Did you know that pets can get stressed when their environment changes? It's true! And it happens most often during the holiday season when you have lots of family gatherings or unfamiliar guests in and out of your home. Even something as small as a change in their meal times or general schedule can cause stress for your pet. Your pet can also get stressed from holiday travel, whether it be in a car or an airplane. All of this change causes stress for your pet and triggers pets to misbehave. Comfort Zone® products help reduce stress-related behavior in dogs by mimicking their natural pheromones that help them feel calm and comfortable in their environment.

Comfort Zone® products are effective at reducing stress-related chewing and barking in dogs. Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.® (Dog Appeasing Pheromone) products for dogs helps control excessive barking, destructive digging, chewing, and house soiling. It also helps manage stress-related behavior in dogs caused by thunderstorms, loud noises like fireworks, adjusting to a new environment, transitions, being left alone or traveling. Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.® products can also help to manage nighttime whining during puppy transition from the shelter/breeder to a new home.

It is recommended to allow 90 days to see the full effect. Follow the instructions in the product insert for detailed usage. As always, if your pet has a medical issue, consult with your veterinarian before use.

To find out more, you can visit Comfort Zone® products on Facebook. Comfort Zone® products are available at pet specialty stores including PetSmart and Petco as well as independent pet stores and online. And don't forget to print out this $10 off coupon for Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.® to save some money on your purchase!

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One Response to Reduce Pet Stress with Comfort Zone® Products

  1. lisa says:

    I’ve heard about this but haven’t tried it yet. Holidays and thunderstorms can really stress an animal out. I’ll have to give it a try.

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