SettleMe™ Calming Support Liquid For Cats & Dogs

SettleMe™ Calming Support Liquid For Cats & Dogs
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120ml Bottle

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  • 120ml Bottle £24.99

Description

Not all pets will easily take a chew, such as pets with dental issues or felines with a particularly fussy palate, so we launched SettleMe™ Calming Support Liquid with this in mind.

It contains a concentrated blend of ingredients believed to be helpful in supporting calm behaviour and in reducing anxiety, stress-related behaviours and over-activity.

SettleMe™ Calming Support Liquid is intended to provide support and help your pet cope better during stressful events such as:

  • Vet, cattery/kennel or groomer visits

  • Fireworks, thunderstorms and noise phobias

  • Parties and visitors

  • Travelling

  • Introducing a new pet or family member

  • Separation anxiety

The tasty salmon flavour and addition of catnip extract makes it a favourite among both cats and dogs, so it’s easy to feed either directly from the enclosed measure dropper or added to food.

Directions for use:

Shake well before use. Give 2ml per 10kg twice a day with meals during times of stress, and 1ml per 10kg twice a day for maintenance using the enclosed measure dropper. For example:

Weight At times of stress Maintenance
Dogs & Cats <5kg 1 ml twice daily 0.5ml twice daily
Dogs & Cats 5 - 10kg 2ml twice daily 1ml twice daily
Dogs 10 - 20kg 4ml twice daily 2ml twice daily
Dogs 20 - 30kg 6ml twice daily 3ml twice daily

Occasionally, product build up may occur at the end of the measure dropper, if this happens, repeatedly squeeze the bulb fully until dislodged, or soak in warm water.

SettleMe™ Calming Support Liquid is a complementary feed supplement designed to aid in the management of anxious cats and dogs.

Composition per 2ml:

L-Tryptophan 75mg, L-Theanine 25mg, Ashwagandha Extract (Withania Somnifera) 25mg, Catnip Extract (Nepata Cataria) 25mg, Valerian Root Extract (Valerian Officinalis) 25mg, Calcium (As Aspartate) 5mg, Magnesium (As Aspartate) 5mg

Composition:

Water, Fructose, Glycerine, L-Tryptophan, Salmon Flavouring (3%), Citric Acid, L-Theanine, Calcium Aspartate, Magnesium Aspartate, Valerian Root Extract, Ashwagandha Extract, Potassium Sorbate, Catnip Extract, Xanthan Gum.

Nutritional Additives: L-Tryptophan, L-Theanine, Calcium Aspartate, Magnesium Aspartate, Valerian Root Extract.

Sensory Additives: Salmon Flavour (3%)

Technological Additives: Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Xanthan Gum.

Analytical Constituents: Carbohydrate 34%, Protein 16%, Fat 7.7%, Fibre 3.1%, Moisture 38.4%, Ash 0.8%.

Further information:

SettleMe™ Calming Support Liquid is a complementary feed supplement for cats and dogs. For oral use only. For animal use only. Consult your veterinary surgeon before using this product if your pet is currently taking CNS depressants, hepatotoxic drugs or for use prior to anesthesia. Keep out of reach of children and animals. If more than the recommended amount is consumed, monitor for signs of digestive upset. In the rare case of an adverse reaction being noticed, cease feeding and seek veterinary advice if symptoms do not improve.

Do not use if seal is broken or missing. Store in a cool, dry place.

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Reviews (12)

Summary of Reviews for SettleMe™ Calming Support Liquid For Cats & Dogs

Overall 5
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
12 out of 12 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (8 reviews)
4 stars (4 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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55 Thunder
Verified Purchase

By on 16 February 2022

My lad had a terrible time with thunder and this has helped him settle a little .

Customer recommends this product

1 person found this review helpful

55 Nervous Cat
Verified Purchase

By on 30 January 2022

Pearl is a very nervous cat & hides away most of the time. I started giving her SettleMe (which she loves) & now she has started being a little bit more adventurous & moving around a bit more which is great. I will be purchasing more for her.

Customer recommends this product

1 person found this review helpful

55 Brilliant product
Verified Purchase

By on 23 November 2021

I bought this in desperation, as no other calming products had worked. She loves it and it has helped with her anxiety enormously! Willow is a Bulgarian street dog and is terrified of humans and SettleMe really helps?

Customer recommends this product

1 person found this review helpful

45 Frantic Collie
Verified Purchase

By on 5 November 2021

It has helped not solved the problem but hugely has contributed to her becoming less completely neurotic ovee the blasted fireworks. She still trembles but isn’t drooling continually through fear

Customer recommends this product

1 person found this review helpful

55 Impressed
Verified Purchase

By on 22 October 2021

Recommended. Has calmed my poorly cat.

Customer recommends this product

1 person found this review helpful

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding SettleMe™ Calming Support Liquid For Cats & Dogs, including answers from our team.

23 April 2022 at 10:05am

Hyper dog

Loren Morris

One of my 4 cavaliers thinks he is top dog, he is very intelligent and hyper active too. He is really jealous of his brother, a much gentler boy and attacks him some times, quite aggressively. Would these drops help at all ?

  • VioVet Staff

This calmer may help reduce signs of the aggresion but it won't resolve the underlying issue. If any of your dog's are still entire then this could be playing into it. I recommend discussing it further with your vet, a calmer is a good idea to try but it is unlikely to completely fix the problem.

12 April 2022 at 11:52pm

New arrival

Davina Browning

Hi, is this suitable for my 4 year old cat who isn’t accepting our new kitten. He is so stressed, hisses and growls at our new kitts and then he hits the kitten and runs off. My poor 4 year old hasn’t had a proper sleep for days as he is on edge all the time. He is a very unhappy cat at the moment

  • VioVet Staff

This may help reduce aggressive behaviour by calming your cat and so will be useful but it is unlikely to resolve the issue. Feliway Friends is more suited and would be a better choice for this specific situation.
I strongly advise you discuss this further with a behaviourist or your vet. Cats have territories and this aggression implies your current cat feels the kitten is a threat to their territory. You should only introduce them both on 'neutral ground', that is an area where your current cat does not count ownership over. Ensure the kitten does not go into areas where your current cat sleeps, eats, toilets or rests as these will be definite areas of their territory.
Your cats will either form a family unit over time or they will form separate territories in your house. It is best discussing this further with a behaviourist or vet as I cannot get accross the full nuances of this in response to a Q&A.

26 March 2022 at 1:55pm

Loud noises bangs etc,

Alison Park

  • VioVet customer since 2021
  • From: Northumberland, United Kingdom

My 10 year old Labrador has started getting very anxious when we are out if there's any loud noises gun shot, hammering etc
He's always been in the car, gets in and out fine but when we're driving he shakes and pants a lot
If I i light my fire he will not come into the room, comes round in a little while when the flames have gone,
I don't know why this happening
thankyou

  • VioVet Staff

A calming supplement like SettleMe is a good idea to try alongside approaching this fear/anxiety your dog has. It can be used daily or given 1 to 2 hours before the desired effects is needed.
It is important you try to behaviourally train your dog out of this fear alongside this. I recommend checking out our blog 'Dealing with Firework Phobias' as the signs you describe do seem similar to this kind of fear. It is important you try to desensitise your dog to the fear itself or it will worsen.

7 December 2021 at 12:47pm

Pam Shields

  • VioVet customer since 2015
  • From: SURREY, United Kingdom

I have had korean young rescue cat had since May. she is v ery hostile I cant get near her quite viscious

  • VioVet Staff

A calmer like SettleMe is a good idea to try and help calm your cat. Aggression usually requires behavioural treatment to help resolve though, helping your cat feel comfortable and safe in your home is a good start. You should contact your vet or local behaviourist for further advice if you need it.

10 October 2021 at 1:02pm

Safe with other medication

Pammie

My rescued seven year old shih-tzu had severe gallstones before I brought her home and were removed by the vet. In spite of being on special s/o food she has just had to have another op to remove quite a few. Can I use this with her problem please as she is absolutely terrified of fireworks even in the company of my other very calm dog.

  • VioVet Staff

SettleMe is great for helping mild/moderate firework anxieties. I also advise reading our blog on the topic, link provided here.
It is best checking with your vet that the ingredients within SettleMe will not interfere with the diet they have suggested. It may be easiest to use a spray/diffuser calmer like Pet Remedy if you are unsure as this will not affect the diet, it is absorbed through the nose and not the intestinal system.

19 September 2021 at 4:31pm

Suitable for epileptic dog with pancreatitis

Barbara Wade

I have a 5yr old dog diagnosed with idiopathic epilepsy about 6 months ago at present he is unmedicated although we are careful what we feed He has had pancreatitis since a year old once again we control with his food

Is this liquid safe for epileptic dogs and also suffering from pancreatitis as the fat content is quite high although of course he will only be given 6ml (he weighs 30kg)

  • VioVet Staff

There is no reason why SettleMe cannot be used in a dog with epilepsy as long as this is well controlled. The same goes for the pancreatitis as long as it is mild and well controlled. If either are currently unstable and being treated then I recommend running the use of the supplement past your vet though to be safe. In some severe cases of pancreatitis any change in diet can set off an episode, if this is the case then spray/diffuser calmers may be more appropriate like Pet Remedy or Adaptil.

16 August 2021 at 1:46pm

Liquid or Capsules

Laura

Hello
For longer term separation anxiety use would you recommend the liquid or the capsules?
Thanks!
Laura

  • VioVet Staff

Both formulations contain very similar ingredients so either would be suitable. They both can be used for long term use. It is important to attempt behavioural therapy for the anxiety alongside using a supplement calmer like this. Calmers are great at helping cover the signs but the underlying separation anxiety can be worsening if not treated.

26 June 2021 at 7:51am

Travelling in Car

Nadine

Hi, my French Bulldog now gets really nervous the car. She really excited when she sees the boot open, then she sits down shakes and pants really fast. I've used Pet Remedy, but it didn't make a difference. Would I have to give Settle Me liquid every day or just when we are travelling. We're due to go on holiday soon and I really don't want to leave her. She's a part of the family and I want to take her with us.

  • VioVet Staff

If using SettleMe you should give this 1 to 2 hours before the caliming effect is required, ie before you travel. It can be used alongside Pet Remedy as well if you wish to try a combination approach.

23 March 2021 at 7:57pm

Settle

Kim

My 1 year old spaniel sleeps well at night but is extremely restless between 6-9 in the evening, would this help him

  • VioVet Staff

SettleMe is a natural calmer and is a great idea for a mild/moderate restlessness/anxiety like that of which you describe. I recommend giving the correct dose 1 to 2 hours before the intended effect is needed. It can be given daily if required.

17 October 2020 at 6:39pm

With other medication

Alison Lindup

  • VioVet customer since 2016
  • From: West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

My large dog takes apoquel 16mg Can these be taken together?

  • VioVet Staff

Hi Alison,

The ingredients in SettleMe should have no interaction with Apoquel but you could feed them separately if you'd prefer to, such as Apoquel in the morning and SettleMe in the afternoon/evening.

I hope this is helpful!

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