Calmer Canine is a device that treats separation anxiety in dogs. It significantly reduces the signs of CSA including barking, howling, destruction, house-soiling, panting, pacing and obsessively looking out windows and doors. It can improve your dog’s quality of life by increasing the time your dog spends playing, grooming, and resting when home alone. Calmer Canine may also help with other anxieties such as those associated with thunder, loud noises, travel, and strangers. The treatment is gentle, sensation-free, and long-lasting, even after the therapy has been discontinued. In addition, the effects of the treatment continue throughout the day, between treatment sessions HOW IT WORKS: tPEMF signals activate the production and release of Nitric Oxide (NO), which causes an INCREASE in protective anti-inflammatory mediators and a DECREASE in harmful pro-inflammatory mediators. This results in a rebalancing of inflammatory mediators and a reduction in inflammation. tPEMF signals also cause the neural cells to produce “feel good” substances such as serotonin, dopamine, and endorphins. DIRECTIONS: Two, fifteen-minute treatments per day for six weeks.
GENTLE & SAFE – Calmer Canine is a gentle, safe, effective, and drug-free treatment system for canine separation anxiety.
HIGHLY INNOVATIVE – Our device delivers targeted pulsed electromagnetic field (tPEMF) signals to the area of the brain responsible for causing the symptoms of anxiety.
EFFECTIVE & LONG-LASTING – Calmer Canine effectively returns the anxious brain to a more balanced emotional state with long-lasting effects with just two, fifteen-minute treatments per day for six weeks.
TREATS SEPARATION ANXIETY & MORE – Early evidence suggests that Calmer Canine may also help dogs with other anxieties and fears, such as thunder phobia, noise sensitivity, travel anxiety, general anxiety, and situational anxiety.
FLEXIBLE TREATMENT OPTIONS – Calmer Canine has been proven to work alone without other treatments or training and is safe to use with other solutions for anxiety, such as medications.