THUNDEREASE FOR DOGS COLLAR

THUNDEREASE FOR DOGS COLLAR

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THUNDEREASE FOR DOGS COLLAR
$24.95

Easy there pup, it’s time to put an end to problem barking, destructive chewing, trembling, and many other not-so-fun symptoms. ThunderEase helps your dog feel calm and comfortable by mimicking a mother’s natural nursing pheromones. Tested to be over 90% effective for reducing anxiety and unwanted behavior, your dog will feel safer and less-stressed, totally drug-free.



Collar: Pop on your dog’s ThunderEase Collar for up to 4 weeks of continuous calming. Your dog’s natural body heat will activate the pheromones for maximum effect.

Great for:

  • Fear of loud noises like thunder and fireworks

  • Uneasiness in a new home or environment

  • Stress when socializing or during training

  • Problem barking

  • Destructive chewing

  • House-soiling (or “uh-ohs” as we like to call them)

  • Travel anxiety such as shaking, vomiting, panting, agitation, and salivation

  • Stress when visiting the vet

  • Anxiety when boarding or kenneling

  • Stress caused by changes in the environment like new furniture or remodeling

  • and much more



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Easy there pup, it’s time to put an end to problem barking, destructive chewing, trembling, and many other not-so-fun symptoms. ThunderEase helps your dog feel calm and comfortable by mimicking a mother’s natural nursing pheromones. Tested to be over 90% effective for reducing anxiety and unwanted behavior, your dog will feel safer and less-stressed, totally drug-free.

Collar: Pop on your dog’s ThunderEase Collar for up to 4 weeks of continuous calming. Your dog’s natural body heat will activate the pheromones for maximum effect.

Great for:
  • Fear of loud noises like thunder and fireworks
  • Uneasiness in a new home or environment
  • Stress when socializing or during training
  • Problem barking
  • Destructive chewing
  • House-soiling (or “uh-ohs” as we like to call them)
  • Travel anxiety such as shaking, vomiting, panting, agitation, and salivation
  • Stress when visiting the vet
  • Anxiety when boarding or kenneling
  • Stress caused by changes in the environment like new furniture or remodeling
  • and much more
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