HomeoPet TFLN Anxiety is a homeopathic remedy for relief from fear of: Thunderstorms, Fireworks, Loud Noises, Windstorms. Restlessness, anxious and unwanted behavior can be helped with this fast-acting, non-sedating liquid.
Dosage: 3 doses daily into the mouth, or in water. 1-20 lbs (10 kg) - 10 drops (one dose)
20-100 lbs (10-50 kg) - 10 drops (one dose)
Over 100 lbs. (50 kg) - 15 drops (one dose)
All pets under 1 lb. should be dosed by putting one (1) or two (2) drops in drinking water daily.
This product helps calm my dog with fireworks and thunderstorms, it does take a while to work, so you need to know storms coming or apx time of fireworks
Anxiety TFLN by mb1554 from Chicago09/25/2010
Great natural product. Works best if given before storm or loud noises. Our new rescue dog, a lab & mastiff mix is terrified of storms & trucks. X-rays show old fractures of pelvis & legs no doubt from being hit by vehicle, explaining his fears. This product works well, calming him & stopping extreme shaking, whimpering & cowering. He still stays close by, but not nearly as distressed. This is especially beneficial if we are not going to be home during a storm.
by from 05/30/2012
This product has proven to be the ideal solution for my nervous dog - he can now more calmly tolerate thunder storms, and the sounds of distant fireworks displays. A really great product that allows me to simply place the appropriate number of drops over a crumbled dog biscuit in his dish, to ensure he gets the proper dosage - he takes it all in.
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Great Stuff by Joannie from Ohio10/26/2012
This anxiety med works perfectly for my Great Pyerennes, Sase. I do not use it every day, but whenever I have to kennel her I give her 8 drops in her mouth and off she walks to her kennel. When I get back she is happy to see me and still calm...love this stuff...works amazingly for us!!!
questions about other people using product for dog by bettycma06/23/2011
i just wanted to know if any one else noticed the dog urinating in odd spots while on this med?
Anxiety TFLN by Joan07/14/2008
I have tried tons of things on my Labrador Retriever. The vet recommended TFLN------it works-------natural ingredients sooth him; don't drug him. I ususlly have to give him 2 doses for his weight (15 drops on a piece of bread which he loves) about 15 minutes apart; he settles down and endures instead of hiding in the corner and shaking. You can give up to 4 doses (read for your dog's size) and it works!!! I have never had to give 4 doses----usually two. I buy it in bulk as i live in FL----and we storm all summer long. It's great!
Works Well by RJw1 from Sedona, AZ08/30/2013
The TFLN Anxiety Med appears to calm the STD Poodle and lets her sleep it off, although she has built a resistance to the rec dose..
Very Good by JJ from Bangor PA10/05/2011
I don't use this everyday, but when I know a strorm is brewing or expected that day, I give my dog the drops in her food in the morning...I'd rather use natural remedies anyday than prescriptions....I feel safer using these products.
Great product by GC10/24/2012
I use it in combination with the Hot Spot preparation by the same company. My cat was constantly biting himself and pulling out his hair. He has pretty much stopped with the Hot Spot and Anxiety preparations. I put a few drops of each on his wet food at least twice a day. He eats the food with no problem at all (I had tried to give him tranquilizers prescribed by the vet, but he totally rejected the food with the meds). If he was a person, I would say the product is a placebo! But he's a cat; I don't think he understands that he's getting a medicine that's supposed to work for his biting and hair-pulling!
Stuff Really Works by MLL from Madison WI11/02/2013
My little Shih Tzu really hates thunder and giving this product 30-60 minutes before storm hits he is much calmer...still hates storms but much less shaking, and no longer pants or paces. Highly recommend.
no help by DJ from Indiana02/14/2013
I bought this hoping to help out my dog when my washer is in use ..he gets anxiety when the washer is in use.. NO HELP it didn't work for him..the breed is a rottie