Behavior Support

Biologically-appropriate, natural ingredients to help your pet live a longer, healthier life!

Provides Proactive Nutritional Support

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Anxiety/Separation Anxiety

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Hyperactivity

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Aggressive Behavior

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Motion Sickness

Simply Nutritious and Easy to Use

Easy to Chew Supplement Tablets

Does your dog exhibit excessive barking, chewing, digging, fear of loud noises, begging, chasing, jumping, or biting? These are all traits that can strain the relationship you have with your pet. Other more serious behaviors such as inappropriate elimination, separation anxiety, or aggressive behavior can destroy property and create many other more serious problems.

You can help your dog manage the root of the bad behavior (anxiety and stress) by allowing them to naturally calm down and relax.

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Canine Behavior Support provides a proprietary blend of calming herbs such as Chamomile, Lemon Balm, and Valerian to help your dog navigate the stresses of everyday life.

While unwanted behaviors usually require retraining, you can make that training easier on both you and your dog with Canine Behavior Support.
Canine Behavior Support has been shown to be safe in young, mature, and elderly dogs.

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Made With Biologically Appropriate, Natural Ingredients Including:

Ginger
Chamomile
Lemon-Balm
Valerian Root

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