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 8 year old Chihuahua has all of a sudden doesn’t like thunder storms, which is a problem as we live in Florida and every day we get an afternoon storm. Her sister is still fine and the storms don’t bother her.

  2. My Pitt is a nervous Nellie! She is rescue- so I unfortunately do not know her story. Love this girl to death…constantly at the vet for hives/ allergic/anxiety issues. Anything other than steroids would be a godsend !!

  3. We travel a lot, my chihuahua and my senior girl both need calm chews for trips, thunderstorms and my girl suffers with restless nights so they’re very helpful.

  4. This would be awesome

  5. Although my Yogi is strong minded, he’s afraid of loud noises. Yogi also is terrified to travel in the car .

  6. Deborah LewellenJuly 11, 2018 at 6:55 pm

    We have many rescue dogs that come in nervous and upset about their new surroundings giving them something like this could help to calm them down as the ease into our new routine and schedule

  7. This would be amazing for our upcoming road trip!

  8. My terrier Marv, is a double rescue, is he nervous sure, he is not sure if he is staying with us. Well he is. He could use some calming down. Thx Scott

  9. My dog has severe separation anxiety. She is a rescue and we want her to know our house is home. I have tried several different products and hope to find one that really works for her.

  10. Our newest rescue Blossom has had a rough week with all the fireworks in the neighborhood. We are trying to assure her outside is not a bad place. Would give these a try!

  11. My dogs do not like thunder. I can’t always let them in when it storms and when people shoot off fireworks. I sure would love to try something that would help them to calm down.

  12. My dog suffers from a lot of anxiety. She has separation anxiety so bad that she has to go everywhere with me. Also she has a lot of anxiety being in a vehicle and gets car sick. I would love to try these for her and hopefully help her to have less stress and anxiety.

  13. Stephanie SilberstangJuly 11, 2018 at 7:23 pm

    We are about to take a big roadtrip!

  14. My GSD is the classic, easily excited, always barking, readily startled GSD. I would certainly try because if it works on her, it would work on anyone.

  15. I would love to see if these calm Riley down – he’s dog aggressive

  16. Winning this would be a life saver!! My older dog has separation anxiety and chases us out into the road. We are at our wit’s end, having tried multiple things to calm her, but nothing seems to really work.

  17. My dog Lucy needs this!!

  18. Sounds like a good trip for both of us!

  19. I would love to try that for my two rescue beagles, they are terrified of storms and fireworks. I feel so bad for them!

  20. My furkids do not even want in the car it’s a fight to get them in I use to take them for car rides and the last one was to the Vets office for their shots and that was the last time i didn’t have to pick them up and place them in the car, I hate that they don’t enjoy this anymore. I’m hoping to try Cosequin Calm so the babies can enjoy their car rides again. I also have one that tears everything up that belongs to me when I’m not home I guess she gets mad at me. I hope this will work. Thanks for the chance.

  21. My little Mini-Pin/Chi, is ‘Deathly” afraid of, rain, thunder, clapping of hands, (I.E. EVERYTHING) He was running around on a street nearby, and before that, the woods. A friend of my Mom’s finally coaxed him to her and couldn’t keep him, so she gave it to her. He is a doll! A year ago, when we weren’t home, our bigger dog got out from the gait and bit him and just tore him up! The other dog ended up breaking his jaw! He had many wounds, also. For 2 month’s I had him to the Vet’s every week, to care for him. I had to blend his food and med’s for him. I was determined to get him through this heartbreaking ordeal, and so was he. He is wonderful now! The Vet said that if it weren’t for me, Dodge wouldn’t be here today. I say that it’s the Vet’s doing! We just giggle at each other. So, needless -to-say, my Dodge needs a little extra care, and he’s worth every second of my life.

  22. Our dog hates thunder so these would be great.

  23. This would be great for my dog. He was very scared during the 4th of July and gets scared at other noises all year round.

  24. This would be perfect for our dog Hunter – he gets over excited and it causes him tummy troubles.

  25. Molly could really use this she hates fireworks and thunder I would love to see ifthis helps.

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