- The Better Calming Solution
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- Already Helping Millions of Dogs
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- Over 80% Success Rate
- SAFE - Applies gentle, constant pressure, similar to swaddling an infant.
- EASY TO USE - Just put it on and watch the results. No training required.
- EFFECTIVE - Over 80% success rate as reported by thousands of families, vets and trainers.
- MANY USES - For all types of anxiety, fear, and over excitement issues. Anytime calming may help, a ThunderShirt may help.
- SCIENTIFICALLY STUDIED - Independently by Dr. Temple Grandin and other scientists.
- DRUG-FREE - No medications... just safe, comfortable pressure.
- POSITIVE SOLUTION - Most dogs love to wear ThunderShirts!
- INEXPENSIVE - A fraction of the cost of medications, training... or destroyed furniture
WOW! She was so calm, I almost could not believe it!!!
I am a Veterinary Technician and have been working at the same hospital for 8 years. I am owned by an Australian Cattle dog named Stokely. Stokely and I drive 50 miles to and from work 5 days a week, plus we travel to and from Canada at least twice a year. Unfortunately, with all that driving comes car accidents - We have been in three bad ones together, luckily we have always made it out unhurt. To my dismay my companion has become stressed in the car, pants and paces. I have tried prescribed medications, natural remedies ect... I saw an ad for the ThunderShirt in a pet magazine and thought, 'What do I have to lose?' I was skeptical though. The first time I put it on she was mortified and looked ridiculous, but I kept trying. She eventually tolerated it, so I gave it a try in the car. WOW! She was so calm, I almost could not believe it!!! She pants calmly, practically closes her eyes and does NOT pace! I am just thrilled, I WILL recommend this product to my clients. THANK-YOU SO MUCH!!
Philomath Oregon United States
(Posted on 4/4/2012)
ThunderShirt is a good alternative to expensive medications, it’s a terrific value.
In my experience as a Certified Pet Dog Trainer and dog owner, the ThunderShirt can dramatically relieve a dog’s anxieties associated with thunderstorms, fireworks, travel, etc. The even, gentle pressure of the ThunderShirt can refocus the dog to a more relaxed, calmer state. Using ThunderShirt to relieve the symptoms of anxiety is a good alternative to medications and at $36, it’s a terrific value.
Elfland North Carolina United States
Root Dog Training
(Posted on 12/12/2014)
Our 7 1/2 year old dog, Piper, has always been terrified of thunderstorms. I used to think it was the electricity from the lightening. I tried prescription medications, homeopathic ones and the only thing that has worked in Thundershirt! Within minutes of putting it on, even if she is already a wreck, she calms down and passes out. Thank you!! New Jersey
(Posted on 5/3/2012)
Oakville & Milton Humane Society
The ThunderShirts you donated to our shelter a few years ago have made an incredible difference in the length of stay for our dogs and for their success in their forever homes! We have literally worn out the ThunderShirts that you generously donated. Our trainers always highly recommend your Thundershirt at adoption appointments and many of the new families have remarked on how the shirts have helped the dogs transition to their new homes. One such dog was Walter a little beagle who was so shut down he would not make eye contact with anyone. He came in as a stray and given the time of year we assumed that he might have been a hunting dog that had become lost. The trainers decided to try the ThunderShirt on Walter because he was so clearly anxious all of the time...what a difference! The warm hug of the ThunderShirt relaxed this sweet little boy and soon he was interacting with staff and volunteers. If Walter was wearing his ThunderShirt we could go for a walk or out to our fenced field to play...the transformation was truly remarkable! Today, Walter is very well loved and lives a quiet life with his new family...who make sure he always has a Thunder Shirt at the ready :)
Oakville & Milton Humane Society
(Posted on 2/14/2014)