VetIQ Serene-UM for Dogs & Cats

VetIQ Serene-UM for Dogs & Cats
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Calm Drops (1 - 10kg) » 100ml Bottle
Calm Tablets (1 - 20kg) » Pack of 30
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Extra Calm Tablets (20 - 60kg) » Pack of 60

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  • Calm Drops (1 - 10kg) » 100ml Bottle £7.49
  • Calm Tablets (1 - 20kg) » Pack of 30 £5.99
  • Calm Tablets (1 - 20kg) » Pack of 120 £13.49
  • Extra Calm Tablets (20 - 60kg) » Pack of 60 £13.00

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Description

VetIQ Serene-UM from Mark & Chappell is a top-grade, non-sedating nutritional supplement offering a superb spectrum of nutrition which has been tailored to encourage a calming and relaxing effect. Serene-UM is particuarly useful in situations such as separation anxiety, noise phobia, fireworks and hyperactivity where pets may display aggressive or nervous behaviour. Suitable for cats and dogs, Serene-UM is available as drops and tablets for daily administration as required.

  • Calm Tablets: Cats & Dogs Up To 20kg
  • Calm Drops: Cats & Dogs Up To 10kg
  • Extra Calm Tablets: Dogs 20 - 60kg

Composition

Drops

Purified Water, Glycerin.

Tablets

Calcium Carbonate.

Additives per kg

Drops

Emulsifier, Preservatives, Flavours.

L-Tryptophan 3,000mg
Calcium (as calcium chloride) 3,800mg
Vitamin D3 20,000 IU
Inositol 5,200mg
Taurine 3,000mg
Vitamin B6 2,800mg
Zinc (as zinc chloride) 27mg
Selenium (as as sodium selenite) 0.06mg
Vitamin E (all-rac-a-tocopheryl acetate) 100mg
Nicotinamide 5,200mg

Tablets

Serene-Um Serene-Um Xtra
Microcrystalline Cellulose 613,600mg 518,200mg
Acacia Gum 74,900mg 63,400mg
Otadecanoic Acid 55,400mg 46,900mg
L-Tryptophan 54,550mg 76,900mg
Calcium (as carbonate) 34,500mg 29,000mg
Vitamin B3 27,300mg 81,500mg
Inositol 27,300mg 23,000mg
Taurine 18,200mg 23,000mg
Vitamin B6 18,200mg 30,700mg
Natural Flavouring 15,100mg 12,800mg
Vitamin D2 180,000 IU 150,000 IU
Magnesium Sulphate 6000mg 46,100mg
Zinc (as sulphate) 240mg 209mg
Selenite (as sodium) 0.9mg 0.9mg
Vitamin E - 1,500mg

Analytical constituents

Tablets Xtra Tablets Drops
Crude Protein 11.7% 19.9% 0.16%
Crude Fibre 4.8% 0.4% 0.22%
Oils & Fats 5.4% 6.2% 0.26%
Ash 55.5% 50.3% 0.93%
Moisture 3.3% 5.3% 95.31%

Feeding guidelines

Tablets can be given whole or crushed over food. Starts working 6-8 hours but for maximum effect allow 24-36 hours. Fresh drinking water should be available at all times.

Serene-UM Calm Tablets

  • Small Cats (Up to 2.5kg) - ¼ tablet, twice daily
  • Large Cats (2.5 – 5kg) - ½ tablet, twice daily
  • Small Dogs (Up to 5kg) - ½ tablet, twice daily
  • Medium Dog (5 - 10kg) - 1 tablet, twice daily
  • Large Dogs (10 - 20kg) - 2 tablets, twice daily

Serene-UM Extra Calm Tablets

  • Dogs Up to 20kg - 1 tablet, twice daily
  • Dogs 20kg - 40kg - 2 tablets, twice daily
  • Dogs 40kg - 60kg - 3 tablets, twice daily

Serene-UM Drops

  • Small cats up to 2.5kg : 0.5 tsp 2 times a day
  • Large cats 2.5kg - 5kg : 1 tsp 2 times per day
  • Small dogs up to 5kg : 1 tsp 3 times per day
  • Medium dogs 5 - 10kg : 2 tsp 3 times per day

Need help or advice? Contact us:

  • Landline: 01582 842096
  • Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 5:45pm
  • Sat: 9:00am - 1:00pm
  • Email: [email protected]

All prices include VAT where applicable.

Reviews (41)

Summary of Reviews for VetIQ Serene-UM for Dogs & Cats

Overall 4
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
34 out of 41 (83%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (15 reviews)
4 stars (18 reviews)
3 stars (2 reviews)
2 stars (4 reviews)
1 stars (2 reviews)

Only verified purchasers of this product can leave a review.

55 Calming tablets
Verified Purchase

By on 31 August 2021

These are absolutely well worth the money. I did phone up the company as 1 was not enough and as they are a all natural product I was told I could give my dog 2 tablets a day wirh no problems at all. Since doing this it has worked out very well excellent product to use for aiming down a dog. Willbe putting a new order for more

Customer recommends this product

25 I really wanted them to work....
Verified Purchase

By on 20 February 2021

I read some of the reviews and there some good ones so I bought some. Sadly I have noticed no difference in my dog's behaviour. I was hoping her constant barking would improve, but having nearly finished the tub of tablets, there is no detectable improvement whatsoever.

Customer does not recommend this product

45 Sedative
Verified Purchase

By on 6 December 2020

I bought this to help calm my dogs
Worked ok

Customer recommends this product

1 person found this review helpful

15 Karm
Verified Purchase

By on 14 July 2020

No good

Customer does not recommend this product

35 Work in progress
Verified Purchase

By on 6 December 2019

Haven't noticed any improvement yet, hopefully given time this product will produce the desired effect.

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding VetIQ Serene-UM for Dogs & Cats, including answers from our team.

29 October 2021 at 12:06pm

Which product?

Sharon

How do I decide between Yucalm, Calm and Focussed & SereneUM? We have a young border collie who is obsessed with "fetch" and pulls, lunges, barks when on a walk. We are struggling to calm him enough to train, any ideas?

  • VioVet Staff

All the above mentioned supplements aim to provide a mild calming effect, I advise picking one and trialing it as they all work similarly. You can also use our own brand SettleMe as another option.
Calmers work well for mild excitement/fear/anxiety, if the feelings are strong and have a strong consistent trigger then you may not see much improvement. This sounds like a playful trigger so I expect you will need to behaviourally train your dog alongside a calmer to resolve it. Using calmers alone tends to just cover the signs and it's important to resolve the issue with behaviour training.

23 October 2021 at 9:48pm

Palatable?

Alison Battrick

  • VioVet customer since 2020
  • From: Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

My Staffordshire Bull terrier has various noise phobias which are becoming more evident with age, he is 6 yrs old. Adaptil tablets worked ok & he would eat them without any issues. However I struggled to find any recently and so started with Yucalm. The problem is he seems to hate the taste & spits them out. Are these tablets considered to be palatable , as in he would take them like a treat? He is terrified of fireworks so I’m really worried about him coping. Thanks

  • VioVet Staff

The Serene-UM tablets contain 'Natural flavouring' and so will be palatable. If you are looking for a calming supplement that is flavoured specifically then I advise checking out our own brand SettleMe Chews. These contain Hickory Smoke and Pork flavouring.

25 August 2021 at 8:07pm

Larger than 20kg dog

Donna

is there a version for larger dogs, these all say up to 20kg

  • VioVet Staff

The Serene-UM Extra Calm Tablets have a dose for larger dogs up to 60kg. I also advise checking out our own brand SettleMe, this has doseages for larger dogs.

6 May 2021 at 4:35pm

Serene-UM and Pexion

G Martin

Can I use this product alongside Pexion 400mg for my dog?

  • VioVet Staff

Yes Serene-UM is safe to use alongside Pexion.

25 February 2021 at 12:59pm

Colitis

Amy

Will these be ok for a dog that suffers with colitis?

  • VioVet Staff

This depends on the cause of the colitis. The ingredients do include flavouring which could set off an episode if your dog is intolerant or allergic to the flavouring within. I recommend using spray/diffuser calmers instead such as Pet Remedy or Adaptil if you are unsure of the exact cause of the colitis.

5 November 2020 at 12:42pm

How long can I use Serene

Heidi

Can I use serene calming tablets everyday to help my dog with separation anxiety

  • VioVet Staff

Yes these tablets can be used daily for as long as is required. If you are still struggling then you can also try spray/diffuser calmers alongside these tablets, please get in touch with our customer services if you would like any further recommendations.

16 October 2020 at 6:36pm

Serene v Yucalm

Molly

I currently use Yucalm for my highly strung cocker spaniel after being recommended by my vet. She has been on Yucalm for nearly a year. It has helped to a point but I feel she needs something more in the run up to fireworks night as she getting extremely anxious. Would serene be taken with Yucalm or instead of?

  • VioVet Staff

Serene-UM contains some similar ingrdients to YuCalm so you may not see a significant difference adding this in too. I recommend adding in a spray/diffuser calmer such as Pet Remedy or Adaptil instead. These will work differently to oral calmers and so can provide an added extra effect.
I recommend reading our blog 'Dealing with firework phobias' for full advice on how to approach the season.

23 July 2020 at 3:45pm

Serene um drops and Metacam

Jo

Can I use your serene um drops and metacam for my cat?

Cat has the metacam for pain relief, which will be on for a few more month. Vets will review. But cat is very nervous to loud
noises so would like to try your drops at the same time

  • VioVet Staff

Yes both these products can be used together safely.

12 July 2016 at 6:37pm

Serenum and selgian

Michelle

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

Can serenum be given at the same time as selgian. My cockapoo is 18months old with hip dysplasia. He's had 2 ops and had chronic pain. He gets very stressed at times usually later in the day or when strangers or lots of people are about when at home and can then be aggressive. At other times and when out and about he is very friendly. Serenum helped a bit but now the vet has started him on selgian

  • VioVet Staff

These products can safely be given together and it is fine to do that. I would suggest that you get some advice from an experienced dog behaviourist or trainer as aggression like this will not usually get better with medication alone. A very good understanding of the causes of aggression/why he gets "stressed" will be needed if it is to get better. Some cocker spaniels (red ones) I have known in the past became fiercely protective of their beds, the car, or other things and then were very aggressive if an attempt was made to force them to move. If they were encouraged to walk away from the focus of this happily, then the aggression would evaporate completely. I have no idea exactly what is happening with your dog of course, but it is certainly worth getting good advice from someone who can assess your situation knowledgeably.

24 April 2015 at 5:28pm

Calming Tablets

Rhona Cox

  • VioVet customer since 2013
  • From: Dumfries and Galloway, United Kingdom

My very anxious 10 yr old GSDX is progressing towards end stage CDRM. I have used Zylkene in the past but it stopped being effective after a few months. She is on Calmex at the moment, which works slightly, but it is not strong enough. Could you tell me if any or all of the following can be used together: Calmex, Seren-um, Adaptil Collar and Stay Calm? I would like her to be relatively stress free, without sedation, for the short time she has left.
Kind regards
Rhona

  • VioVet Staff

There is a slight duplication of ingredients between Calmex and Serene-um, though they still could be used together. Both Adaptil and Stay Calm are based on different ingredients and could theoretically be mixed with any or all of the other products. Personally I would certainly try Adaptil plus at least one of the others.

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