Pet Remedy Essential Calming Spray

Pet Remedy Essential Calming Spray Pet Remedy Essential Calming Spray Pet Remedy Essential Calming Spray
15ml Spray 15ml Spray 15ml Spray
200ml Spray 200ml Spray 200ml Spray

Images are for illustration purposes only. Packaging may change from time to time and images on our website may or may not be updated.

  • 15ml Spray £5.50
  • 200ml Spray £16.49

Selection of 2 products from

£5.50 to £16.49


The amazing Essential Calming Spray from Pet Remedy works alongside the brain's natural messengers known as neuro-transmitters, which will tell the nerve receiving the message either to calm down or get "fired up". In times of anxiety or stress in our pets the nerves tend to get over stimulated, which will lead to many symptoms of stress. The Essential Calming Spray has blends of essential oils which work alongside the natural relaxation pathways to help calm the nerves of anxious and stressed pets. The spray features a easy to use trigger, generous 200ml bottle, starts to help immediately, helps calm pet with sedating, water based, PH neutral formulation so safe on skin and coat of pet and is developed and made in England.

  • Ideal for pets including dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, rodents and birds.
  • Can be used in conjunction with plug-in diffuser
  • Works for all pets in household.
  • Clinically proven

Use sparingly

  • Do not spray near pets mouth, nose and eyes.
  • Spray directly onto a bandana, bedding, carpet, soft furnishing, in car, stable or horsebox.
  • When walking a difficult dog simply spray on your trouser leg and bring to a heel when you anticipate a problem.
  • You can even spray on your tunic if handing an anxious pet.

Signs of stress include:

  • Changes in behaviour
  • Spraying/soiling indoors
  • Excessive, habitual over grooming resulting in hair loss
  • Lack of interaction with owner
  • Loss of appetite
  • Scratching at furniture
  • Unexplained aggression

Stress can be triggered by:

  • A new pet arriving in the home
  • Moving house
  • Changes in the home, such as building work or a new baby
  • Excessive noise or movement
  • Fireworks
  • Travel / Visit to Vets
  • Changes in daily routine

Need help or advice? Contact us:

  • Landline: 01582 842096
  • Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 6:00pm
  • Sat: 9:00am - 1:00pm
  • Email: [email protected]

All prices include VAT where applicable.

Reviews (59)

Summary of Reviews for Pet Remedy Essential Calming Spray

Overall 4
Value For Money
Ease Of Use
Absence Of Side Effects
50 out of 59 (85%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (28 reviews)
4 stars (19 reviews)
3 stars (3 reviews)
2 stars (2 reviews)
1 stars (7 reviews)

Only verified purchasers of this product can leave a review.

25 Calming spray
Verified Purchase

By on 4 October 2020

Sadly this pet remedy did not help my aged dog with her anxiety

Customer does not recommend this product

55 Seems to Help
Verified Purchase

By on 27 July 2020

I have used the spray a couple of times when my dog has been upset by thunder/heavy rain. It seems to quickly help him become less stressed and more able to cope.

Customer recommends this product

55 Good stuff worked better than the plug in
Verified Purchase

By on 11 June 2020

Sceptical. ..but it works

Customer recommends this product

35 Pet Remedy Essential Calming Spray
Verified Purchase

By on 28 April 2020

This product was recommended to me by my dog behaviourist, as she has had really good results with it. Unfortunately, my dog is still very anxious

Customer recommends this product

45 Pet Remedy Spray
Verified Purchase

By on 17 November 2019

I find this to be about the only product that actually helps keep my dog calm during stressful situations like fireworks.

Customer recommends this product

Page 1 of 12

Next Page

Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Pet Remedy Essential Calming Spray, including answers from our team.

11 February 2021 at 9:39pm

Which ingredient this spray can cause hallucinations in some cats?

Clare Ashcroft

I used it for about 2 months for my very affectionate, but nervous cat. She changed to become very aggressive and angry. I thought it was a brain tumour or dementia. I stopped using the spray and she went straight back to being her normal affectionate self. Do you know which ingredient in the spray can cause this?

  • VioVet Staff

I have contacted Pet Remedy who have responded with the following:

The dominant active ingredient is Valerian
absolute oil with small inclusions of vetiver, basil, and clary sage
essential oils.  The blend is in tiny concentration (0.543%) in the
calming sprays
and wipes.

There is a tiny presence of actinidine in the
valerian oil and this is an attractant to cats and which can on
occasion, over-excite a cat.  This is almost certainly  what has
happened in this instance.

This may have been exacerbated if the
cat was over sprayed.  The diffuser might be better in
this instance as it slow releases the actives making it less likely for
the cat to over-react.

22 September 2018 at 12:49am



My dog is petrified of fireworks she is currently pregnant but will have given birth by October, the pups will only be around two weeks old by bonfire night and people normally start early can it be used on pregnant dogs because she will be whelping, as I need something to calm her down so she’s not over stressed with everything especially after just giving birth???

  • VioVet Staff


Thank you for your question.

It is not advised that you give this to pregnant bitches.


22 April 2018 at 6:46pm



Would this help with unfocused dog ? Due to stress in show atmosphere?

  • VioVet Staff

Hello Jill

Thank you for your question.

The Pet Remedy Essential Calming Spray is ideal for use in a pet household. However, if you are out and about and having difficulty controlling your dog, you can spray this onto your trouser leg and bring to a heel when you anticipate a problem. So you could try to see if this helps while showing.

This product should not be sprayed near a pets mouth, nose or eyes.

Hope this helps.

12 September 2017 at 3:24am

Hot spots

Heather Purchase

  • VioVet customer since 2017
  • From: Glamorgan, United Kingdom

Can i put it on hotspots

  • VioVet Staff

This spray is intended to calm the disposition of a stressed or nervous animal rather than nerves in inflammed skin etc. If you are looking for something to put on a hot spot I would suggest Isaderm which is the best thing but does require a prescription from your vet. If you would prefer to try something non-prescription I would look at Denes Care Hot Itch Lotion.

30 October 2016 at 9:27pm

Claw clipping

Stephanie Dolling

  • VioVet customer since 2016
  • From: Bucks, United Kingdom

Our 6yr old staff cross hares claws being clipped.let's u touch his feet no probs but as soon as he sees clippers he is gone. We had to have him sedated last time at vets.but don't really want to do all the time.would this be good to help ???

  • VioVet Staff

If you haven't tried a calmer before then it is worth a try. There are a variety of different calmers and some seem to work better for different dogs so it is a little trial and error to find which one works best for your dog. However I am not sure how much success you will have if he is very wary of having his nails clipped.

21 October 2015 at 12:02pm

Which exact oils are contained in Pet Remedy Calming Spray?


Just wanted to check which exact essential oils are used in this pet claiming spray.

  • VioVet Staff

Hi Wizard.

The package says it contains "low dosage Valerian essential oil, blended with Vetiver, Sweet Basil, and Sage".

Delivery Information