Help your Dog Survive Summer with Cosequin Calm

For dogs, summer can be the best time of the year with pool and beach days, extra-long evening walks, increased outside time, and more! On the other hand, summer is also filled with crashing thunderstorms, ear-splitting fireworks, endless outdoor construction, packed family parties, and extended family vacations.  These events can be stressful for some dogs, and Cosequin Calm Chewables are perfect to help keep them calm and relaxed.

Noise and separation anxieties are common sources of anxiety in dogs. A less common source of your pet’s distress is actually taking them with you on your summer road trip. Taking your dog out of its bubble of your home and neighborhood can be stressful for both you and your dog. When traveling with your beloved pup, it’s important to remember to keep them comfortable and safe throughout the trip.

Introduce the car– If your dog isn’t used to being in the car, spend a few days to a couple weeks, prior to the trip, getting him used to the car with short car rides and plenty of rewards.

Identification– Make sure your dog is wearing a collar with updated tags in case of an emergency. If they have a microchip, update that information as well.

Check with the vet– Take your pup in to make sure all vaccinations are up-to-date, and bring the records along on the trip. For an extra cushion of safety, compile a list of emergency vet clinics that will be nearby on your trip.

Tire them out– Before heading out, give your pup a good exercise session to tire them out and put them in a relaxed state. Well-exercised dogs have less pent up energy that can be translated to heightened feelings of anxiety.

Keep calm and give your pup a calming supplement– If your pet needs that extra “oomph”, give your pet a yummy Cosequin Calm Chewable, which contains calming extracts that help balance your pet’s mood and keep them calm as a clam.

Take plenty of pit stops– Give your dog plenty of water and take many pit stops so your pup can potty and stretch its legs to release any energy.

Reminder– Never, ever leave your dog in the car alone, especially in the summer!

Cosequin Calm makes traveling with your pet a breeze!

Cosequin Calm Chewables help your pet cope with the stressors of traveling. It’s also great for dogs that suffer from noise and separation anxiety. Cosequin Calm is perfect to give to dogs prior to thunderstorms, firework shows, family parties, or any other upsetting experiences.

This tasty chewable contains calming ingredients like Magnolia Officinalis and Phellodendron amurense extracts, L-Theanine, and dried Whey Protein Concentrate, which helps settle your dog’s anxiety during stressful situations.

Give Cosequin Calm to your dog daily to help manage their general anxiety, or just keep it handy when your dog needs a little extra help to relax.

Win FREE Cosequin Calm for your dog!!

Is summer a hard time for your dog’s anxieties? Cosequin Calm Chewables are a perfect solution to ease your dog’s nerves! Just leave a comment below and you could win FREE bottle of Cosequin Calm from 1800PetMeds! Twelve (12) winners will be chosen at random on Thursday, July 19, 2018, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! (Limited to residents of the U.S.) Good luck!

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  1. My dog Strawberry is a very nervous dog, very unlike her mom, who is extremely calm.

  2. Axl the Sheltie is super high strung whether its mailmen, FedEx guys or kids! I would love to try this!

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  5. Thunderstorms make mine anxious.

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