With Organic Evening Primrose Oil & Sea Buckthorn
Half a pipette in the mouth (avoid touching tongue due to bacterial risk), or drop on food as and when required up to twice daily
50ml, amber glass bottle complete with a pipette for easy administering
• Oestrus (during season)
• Undesirable behaviour
• Cushings disease
• Post spaying & neutering
• Phantom pregnancies
• Unwanted spraying & urinating
• Doggy humping
“Thank you so much for Hormone Harmony. Our dog has had just one season since we bought it, but we recognise the signs about two weeks before she starts her season. During this time she soils her crate and also any carpets around the house. We didn’t want to confine her to the conservatory which has hard floors during this time, so 2 weeks before she came into season we started her on Hormone Harmony. Not once has she wee’d indoors. We’re so thrilled as it means a happier dog and a lot less work for me”. Deborah Kirkwall, Ullapool, Scotland.
“We had a nervous and rather highly-strung crossbreed puppy who we rescued in the summer. Her behaviour became worse after a season. At puppy club, she refused to move and became quite agitated when other puppies came near her. After giving her your Hormone Harmony she is a different dog and now interacts with other dogs calmly.” Susan Fitch, Tyneside.
“We bought AniScentia Hormone Harmony and Panic Button for a 3-year-old Lakeland terrier girl Poppy with a false pregnancy which was causing her to be aggressive towards our other girls. They have been together since Poppy was born and never a crossword. She had produced milk and was very moody which persisted despite treatment from the vet. We had booked her in to be spayed in February which couldn’t be done until the issue had resolved and until we got the AniScentia products it showed no sign of abating. Within 4 days the milk had totally gone and she was obviously feeling better in herself although she still grumbled in close proximity to the other girls. We continued with the treatment and now after 3 weeks, she is back to her happy self!! We have to wait until after her next season to get her spayed as she is now pre-oestrus, but if it happens again, we know what to do straight away! Thank you Niki!” Christine Collins, Rotherham.