July Third

An Immediate Calming Supplement for Dogs

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What's It Good For?

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Trips to the vet, groomer's or kennel
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During fireworks or thunderstorms
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traveling or hosting guests
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anticipated changes to daily routine
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occasional nervousness

It can be difficult to know how to calm a dog with occasional nervousness, but July Third is a natural way to promote relaxation and emotional balance!  A proprietary blend of calming herbs for dogs it may help them maintain a normal, relaxed disposition in times of environmental stress and in situations that may cause anxiousness (like changes in your pet’s daily routine, separation, noise from fireworks and thunderstorms, trips to the groomer, meeting strangers, traveling, or boarding).  Offered in two sizes, this delicious calming dog treat is sure to put you and your pup’s mind at ease!

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What's In It?

Valerian
Chamomile
Thiamine
L-Tryptophan
Passion Flower

The herbs in July Third help keep your pet calm by promoting a sense of relaxation naturally. Meanwhile, the B vitamins and amino acids help regulate mood and support a normal emotional balance. All the active ingredients in this immediate calming supplement provide a fast-acting, natural feeling of tranquility that will keep your dog calm for a brief period of time. 

Valerian

Valerian is an herb often used for restlessness. Fast acting, it helps the body achieve a sense of calm by regulating nerves. It also encourages the brain to release a calming chemical, gamma aminobutyric acid. Great for easing stress & anxiousness!

Chamomile

Chamomile has long been used for relaxation (sleepy time tea, anyone?). It's notable for the effects it's shown to have on anxiety & stress. Encouraging the body to relax, chamomile for dogs has displayed a great track record for helping to reduce the symptoms of stress.

Thiamine

Thiamine (AKA Vitamin B1) plays an important role in the body's metabolism. It helps with energy metabolism and helps to control hyperactivity. While dogs do naturally manufacture thiamine, some can occasionally be thiamine-deficient, which can increase stress levels.

L-Tryptophan

L-Tryptophan is an amino acid known for its ability to encourage the release of serotonin and melatonin in the brain. Serotonin (often called the "feel-good" hormone) is the chemical associated with happiness and relaxation. Melatonin takes on the role of a "sleep hormone".

Passion Flower

Passion flower's effects are similar to valerian, given its ability to encourage the release of gamma aminobutyric acid in the brain, a compound that promotes a sense of calm.

Ingredients

Active Ingredients: Chamomile (42mg), Tryptophan (34mg), Passion Flower (28mg), Thiamine Monohydrate (28mg), Magnesium (22mg), Valerian (14mg)

*per two chews

Inactive Ingredients: rice flour, sunflower lecithin, rice bran, flaxseed, oat groats, vegetable glycerin, salmon meal, cod liver oil, fruit juice, natural grain dextrin, sorbic acid, brewers yeast, vegetable oil  

Active Ingredients: Chamomile (150mg), Tryptophan (120mg), Passion Flower (100mg), Thiamine Monohydrate (100mg), Magnesium (80mg), Valerian (50mg)

*per two chews

Inactive Ingredients: rice flour, sunflower lecithin, rice bran, flaxseed, oat groats, vegetable glycerin, salmon meal, cod liver oil, fruit juice, natural grain dextrin, sorbic acid, brewers yeast, vegetable oil  

Directions for Use

Administer the recommended amount below a couple hours before the stressor is expected to occur. Dosing may be repeated every 12 hours.

Intended species: Dogs

Small Chews:

<10 lbs — 1 chew
10-19 lbs — 2 chews
20-30 lbs — 3 chews

Large Chews:

30-59 lbs — 2 chews
60-99 lbs — 3 chews
100+ lbs — 4 chews

Cautions

For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. Store in a cool, dry place.

Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Do not use in conjunction with CNS depressants. Use caution with anti-anxiety drugs and MAO inhibitors. An examination from a veterinarian is recommended prior to using this product. Not for use within 48 hours of surgery or anesthesia.

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July Third

An Immediate Calming Supplement for Dogs

$13.99$21.49

Want Herbsmith products delivered right to your door without having to reorder every time? Save 5% on all autoship orders! (Discount taken in cart)

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What's It Good For?

It can be difficult to know how to calm a dog with anxiety, but July Third is a natural way to promote relaxation and emotional balance!  A proprietary blend of calming herbs for dogs it may help them maintain a normal, relaxed disposition in times of environmental stress and in situations that may cause anxiousness (like changes in your pet’s daily routine, separation, noise from fireworks and thunderstorms, trips to the groomer, meeting strangers, traveling, or boarding).  Offered in two sizes, this delicious calming dog treat is sure to put you and your pup’s mind at ease!

Play Video

What's In It?

The herbs in July Third help keep your pet calm by promoting a sense of relaxation naturally. Meanwhile, the B vitamins and amino acids help regulate mood and support a normal emotional balance. All the active ingredients in this immediate calming supplement provide fast-acting, natural tranquilizers that will keep your dog calm for a brief period of time. 

Valerian

Valerian is an herb often used for restlessness. Fast acting, it helps the body achieve a sense of calm by regulating nerves. It also encourages the brain to release a calming chemical, gamma aminobutyric acid. Great for easing stress & anxiousness without nasty side effects.

Chamomile

Chamomile has long been used for relaxation (sleepy time tea, anyone?). It's notable for the effects it's shown to have on anxiety & stress, encouraging the body to relax without the harsh side effects of an anti-anxiety pharmaceutical. While not nearly as strong as a prescription drug, chamomile for dogs has displayed a great track record for reducing the symptoms of stress.

Thiamine

Thiamine (AKA Vitamin B1) plays an important role in the body's metabolism. It helps with energy metabolism and helps to control hyperactivity. While dogs do naturally manufacture thiamine, some can occasionally be thiamine-deficient, which can increase stress levels.

L-Tryptophan

L-Tryptophan is an amino acid known for its ability to encourage the release of serotonin and melatonin in the brain. Serotonin (often called the "feel-good" hormone) is the chemical associated with happiness and relaxation. Melatonin takes on the role of a "sleep hormone".

Passion Flower

Passion flower's effects are similar to valerian, given its ability to encourage the release of gamma aminobutyric acid in the brain, a compound that promotes a sense of calm.

Ingredients

Active Ingredients: Chamomile (42mg), Tryptophan (34mg), Passion Flower (28mg), Thiamine Monohydrate (28mg), Magnesium (22mg), Valerian (14mg)

*per two chews

Inactive Ingredients: rice flour, sunflower lecithin, rice bran, flaxseed, oat groats, vegetable glycerin, salmon meal, cod liver oil, fruit juice, natural grain dextrin, sorbic acid, brewers yeast, vegetable oil  

Active Ingredients: Chamomile (150mg), Tryptophan (120mg), Passion Flower (100mg), Thiamine Monohydrate (100mg), Magnesium (80mg), Valerian (50mg)

*per two chews

Inactive Ingredients: rice flour, sunflower lecithin, rice bran, flaxseed, oat groats, vegetable glycerin, salmon meal, cod liver oil, fruit juice, natural grain dextrin, sorbic acid, brewers yeast, vegetable oil  

Feeding Directions

Administer the recommended amount below a couple hours before the stressor is expected to occur. Dosing may be repeated every 12 hours.

Intended species: Dogs

Small Chews:

<10 lbs — 1 chew
10-19 lbs — 2 chews
20-30 lbs — 3 chews

Large Chews:

30-59 lbs — 2 chews
60-99 lbs — 3 chews
100+ lbs — 4 chews

For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. Store in a cool, dry place.

Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Do not use in conjunction with CNS depressants. Use caution with anti-anxiety drugs and MAO inhibitors. An examination from a veterinarian is recommended prior to using this product. Not for use within 48 hours of surgery or anesthesia.

You May Also Like

Relevant Blog Posts

Canine Anxiety & Occasional Nervousness

Rather than suffering from cumulative anxiety, some pets may just become apprehensive from interruptions to their daily routine (hey - change can be stressful!)

Canine Anxiety & Perpetual Nervousness

Every dog carries its own personality traits: its likes, dislikes, wants & fears. Certain dogs may carry more of the fear trait, causing them to be more anxious