Biologically appropriate, natural ingredients to help dogs calm down and relax deal with external stressors
Provides Proactive Ingredient Support:
A Calm Demeanor
External Stress Relief
Dr. Bill’s Canine Behavior Support provides a proprietary blend of 35 ingredients including 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 and effective for young, mature, and elderly dogs. Dr. Bill’s supplements have been recommended by over 3000 veterinarians for more than 40 years!
What Pet Owners Are Saying
Let me start off by saying…THIS PRODUCT WORKS! Our greyhound has struggled with severe separation anxiety since we adopted her two years ago. We tried everything to help our poor pup –DAP diffusers, Thundercoat, treats, toys, desensitization training – you name it…nothing helped. Then we found Dr. Bill’s Behavior Support. TOTAL GAME CHANGER! After about 20 minutes, she becomes noticeably more calm and relaxed, and she doesn’t pant, shake, or hyperventilate as we go about our morning routine.
Works Very Well!
Took about 30 minutes to start working, works very well! Used it for my 50 pound basset hound who is terrified of storms and she went to sleep instead of being scared.
Excellent product. This helps my incredibly excitable Aussie to calm down on days he has to be in the kennel for long periods of time. Works fast – I normally see results within 15-30 minutes!
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Dr. Bill's Behavior Support contains a unique combination of natural ingredients that help reduce the negative effects of stress in your dog.