I think the Rescue Remedy for pets has no alcohol. The people version does have alcohol. I gave the pet version to Casanova a few times. Sometimes he seems a little sleepy on it. Other times he seems the same.
Ive used the human kind for Dakota a few times... a few drops in her mouth. We don't have the 'Pet' kind here.
I've always used the human version, didn't even know that there was a pet version. I haven't used it much and haven't seen dramatic results but have never had bad results. When I have used it it's been because of stressed out rescue dogs who I've fostered but my own dogs have gotten it too because I put 3 or 4 drops into all the water bowls. If I had a really stressed out dog I would massage a couple of drops on each ear flap or on the soft belly skin by their back legs. Honestly, sometimes I think the massage as much as the RR helped the dogs to relax. I don't think there's enough alcohol in a couple of drops to really have an impact on our little ones.Maybe that's why they're selling the human kind here for pets then? They just don't have it available or haven't imported it?
Thank you everyone!
Great idea!! Thank you.For those of you who have phobic dogs or stressed out newcomers I have found that sitting on the floor with doggie on lap reading children's books in a monotone voice works very well. I buy kids books occasionally at yard sales and I'm sure everybody thinks I'm buying them for grandkids. If they only knew ...