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Kalm Aid Anxiety Remedy

  • 50ml Cat Gel £12.05
  • 250ml Bottle £11.99
  • Pack of 30 Tablets £12.05

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Description

Kalm Aid Anxiety Remedy is a nutritional supplement designed to ease dogs and cats which become anxious or fearful in certain situations. Scientific research has shown that animals can show a distinct improvement when the correct nutrients are provided in increased quantities, not normally available in their food. Available for cats and dogs as a liquid or tablets. There is also a gel formulation intended for cats which is easier to give - apply it to their paw and they will lick it off.

Tablets

Additives

Vitamins & Pro-Vitamins : Vitamin B3 3000mg/kg, Vitamin B1 600mg/kg, Vitamin B6 50mg/kg.

Amino Acids : L-Tryptophan 250000mg/kg, L-Theanine 150mg/kg.

Directions for use

For a single event feed the tablet 1-2 hours before the required effect. For long-term management or behavioural problems give half the correct rate daily. Safe for puppies and kittens.

Animal weight Feed amount
<5kg Half a tablet
5 - 10kg 1 tablet
10 - 20kg 1.5 tablets
20 - 30kg 2 tablets
30kg+ 2.5 tablets

Analytical constituents

  • Crude Carbohydrates - 28%
  • Crude Protein - 27.6%
  • Crude Oils & Fats - 1%
  • Crude Fibre - 29.2%
  • Crude Ash - 13.8%
  • Calorific value - 234 kcal/100g

Cat Gel

Kalm-Aid is a effective fast acting liquid which promotes relaxation and reduces nervous irritability useful for situations such as lightning, thunder, firecracker etc., anxiety due to separation from owner or new environment, fear of travel or unwanted unruly behaviour.

Composition

Sorbitol, Glycerine.

Additives

Vitamins & Pro-Vitamins : Vitamin B3 600mg/kg, Vitamin B1 120mg/kg, Vitamin B6 10mg/kg.

Amino Acids : L-Tryptophan 50000mg/kg, L-Theanine 30mg/kg.

Directions for use

For an individual event likely to cause anxiety, give a small cat one pump daily and a large cat 2 pumps daily. For long term management or behavioural problems half the rate. Apply to the back of your cat's paw or add to their food.

Analytical constituents

  • Crude Carbohydrates - 38.3%
  • Crude Protein - 3.7%
  • Crude Fat - <0.5%
  • Crude Ash - <0.05%

Liquid

KalmAid is a effective fast acting liquid which promotes relaxation in situations such as lighting,thunder, firecrackers etc, anxiety due to separation from owner or new environment, fear of travel or unwanted unruly behavior.

KalmAid contains L-Tryptophan and L-theanine, which cross the blood brain barrier and affect the central nervous system. L-theanine works by stimulating alpha waves. Independent clinical research is available on request on modes of action.

Composition

Sorbitol, Glycerine.

Additives

Vitamins & Pro-Vitamins : Vitamin B3 660mg/kg, Vitamin B1 120mg/kg, Vitamin B6 10mg/kg.

Amino Acids : L-Tryptophan 50000mg/kg, L-Theanine 30mg/kg.

Directions for use

For an individual event likely to cause anxiety, give your animal the following recommendations. For long term management or behavioural problems half the rate. Safe for puppies and kittens.

  • Up to 10kg - 5ml daily
  • 10 – 20 kg - 10ml daily
  • 20 – 30 kg - 15ml daily
  • Over 30kg - 20ml daily

Analytical constituents

  • Crude Carbohydrates - 38.3%
  • Crude Protein - 3.7%
  • Crude Fat - <0.5%
  • Crude Ash - <0.05%
  • Calorific Value (Kcal/100g) - 168

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Over grooming

19th Feb 2016
Linda Dalrymple

Our cat is over grooming herself so there are bald patches on her hind legs and her flesh under back legs has gone we have had her checked oyt for parasites skin condition none present would the gel be a good option she is about 15 years old and healthy otherwise

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

It is always important to continue with good flea control on cats like this. Even though fleas might well not be the cause, she might well be unusually sensitive to flea bites and if a flea appears, she would then react excessively to a single bite. Having said that, usually the best way to help cats like this is through some sort of de-stressing therapy. It is usually the sort of nervy, anxious cats which are prone to this over-grooming. I do think that they are probably the cats which over-react to feeling a bit itchy, hence the parasite control is so important.) It is widely felt that the most stressful thing to a cat is other cats. If you have another cat in your house, or outside, then the affected cat should be given opportunity to feel safe and secure on its own as much as possible. After that, Kalm Aid can be a help, along with a number of other products. A Feliway diffuser is often found to be the most effective thing to try, but to some extent it is trial and error.

Tablet size

21st Sep 2015
Dylan's Mum

how big are the Kalm Aid tablets?

  • Customer Service Operative

Hello,

The Kalm Aid tablets are 2cm x 0.75cm long approximately.

Kind regards,

Customer Services Team

Does it taste

13th Sep 2015
Mrs j m rix

Will the cat accept the taste

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Only your cat knows this - individuals vary and some will eat it happily, for others there is no chance! You can only try it and see. Ideally offer it with a small amount of a tasty treat, when your cat is hungry (do not leave dried food down all the time, or your cat will never be hungry).

How to administer

1st May 2015
Emma

My name is Emma and I have a 4 year old staff called alfie,. He is a lovely dog but can get excited and shakes and whines. Would this product help to calm him a little so I can progress in our training? Also do you put the drops into water?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This product will often take the edge off a dog's anxiety and so is worth trying for your Staffie. The drops are best added to food, not water, because you want to make sure that they are all taken and some is not left behind. If your dog does not finish all of the food given, then the drops should be added to a small treat which will be consumed completely.

Would the gel be fine for an 18yr old cat?

30th Mar 2015
Sarah

Hi there,
I'm about to move to Scotland with my partner from Sussex (about an 8 hour drive). I'm considering taking my 18 year old cat, but he only knows car journeys as a trip to the vet and that unnerves him. The other option is to leave him with my parents where we currently reside. He has a very strong bond with me, so either decision will be tough!

If I was to take him with me, would this product be ok for an elderly cat (he's in great health and had a clear blood test last year)?

Also, is there any difference in the 50ml cat gel compared to the 250ml?

Many thanks.

Richard Spratley
  • Web Developer

Yes it is perfectly suitable for use on an 18 year old cat. The 250ml liquid and 50ml gel are very similar although the gel is easier to administer. You can offer to your cat on your finger or put it on their paw so they can lick it off. The liquid needs to be mixed with their food. I would suggest the gel so you can give to your cat 1 or 2 hours before you are actually going to leave the house without the need to change their feeding time.

Dog sedation

23rd Mar 2015
michael

my westie is 13 and had 2 teeth and 1 eye removed last year for medical reasons.
since then go near her to cut or groom her she tries to bite me every time. how can I calm or partially sedate her so I can groom her with no fear of being bitten. we have used a muzzle with some success but you can not do her head properly.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Kalm Aid may help with this, but it is unlikely to be a perfect answer. It might be that you can gain her confidence again with a lot of time and effort and careful handling, but at her age it is difficult. Possibly you could get some good advice from apbc.org.uk so I would try them. Stronger sedatives are prescription only, so your vet would need to help.

Kalm Aid

19th Feb 2015
Maureen Knight

Please can you tell me the use by time limit after a bottle of Kalm Aid is opened

I have emailed the manufacturer but didn't receive a reply!

Thanks

  • Customer Service Operative

The shelf life of this product once opened is 28 days.

Active ingredients and amounts

1st Sep 2014
Debbie Fleming
  • VioVet Customer Since: June 2014
  • From: Hampshire, United Kingdom

Hi, could you please tell me what the active ingredient in this product is and the amount per tablet/ml. Thank you!!!

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

The ingredients are given as: L-Tryptophan, Suntheanine (l-theanine), Thiamine, Niacin, Sorbitol, Carboxymethylcellolose, Caramel Extract, Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate (as preservative). The precise amounts are not provided by the manufacturer, but they are expected to be in useful quantities - the manufacturer is a reputable one.