Bach Rescue Remedy - Natural Stress Reliever is made from Dr. Bach's most famous Flower Essence formula, Rescue Remedy is one of the world's best known natural stress relief remedies. Bach Rescue Remedy - Natural Stress Reliever is an all natural form of healing that can reduce everyday stress and help maintain control of your pets health and yours too! Effective in virtually any situation that causes stress or anxiety. Helps restore a sense of calm and control.
It's gentle, safe, and effective treatment for the whole family. No artificial additives.
Active Ingredients: 5x dilution of Helianthemum nummularium HPUS, Clematis vitalba HPUS, Impatients glandulifera HPUS, Prunus cerasifer HPUS, Ornithogalum umbellatum HPUS.
Ok I did not know that it had alcohol in it until it arrived. I thought I'd give it a shot, but tried it today and my dog is still anxious. Possibly a little less, but after reading the ingredients its made of 27% alcohol. Poison to pets. Not an ingredient that should be in a pet product even in the slightest, and considering alcohol is a stress reliever....there ya go.
ON BACKORDER STILL WAITING by goldenlady from Mission Viejo, CA10/22/2012
Funny how they asked me to review this yet they've never sent it to me. It's been on backorder for the longest time! I've used it from other vendors and love it for calming myself at dog agility trials but I wish entirely pets would get their act together and send me some!
Wonderful Product by TB from Bay Area, California09/08/2013
I groom dogs and use the spray to calm anxious dogs.
I have also used to calm my own dogs when they get stressed due to fireworks.
I highly recommend Rescue Remedy.
by from 04/28/2012
My 170lb English Mastiff is terrified of thunder and thinks she should be in my lap....when I give her Rescue Remedy she calms down and naps as long as I'm in the room or nearby. I swear by it and am never without it in my home. It has saved my big girl from being stressed and scared many many times and that makes me happy..
Tolstoy, SD by from Sandy"
Nope by Jane from San Francisco Bay Area10/30/2013
Cat was curious. Worked one night only. After that, nothing.