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VetIQ Serene-UM for Dogs & Cats

  • Calm Drops (1 - 10kg) » 100ml Bottle £7.26
  • Calm Tablets (1 - 20kg) » Pack of 30 £5.90
  • Calm Tablets (1 - 20kg) » Pack of 120 £13.63
  • Extra Calm Tablets (20 - 60kg) » Pack of 60 £12.72

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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

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Questions & Answers for VetIQ Serene-UM for Dogs & Cats

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Serenum and selgian

12th Jul 2016
Michelle
  • VioVet Customer Since: July 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

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

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.

Calming Tablets

24th Apr 2015
Rhona Cox
  • VioVet Customer Since: October 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

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

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.

Agresive to other days / pulling on lead

16th Feb 2015
Gerry

I have a long hair Jack Russel black n white, I think he's about 9 now as I took him over about 2 years ago, I feel he was allowed to do what he wanted /ate what they had, He's a lovely dog although seems to want to be right by your side, How ever He couldn't go past a motor bike or lorries /vans / buses, He's not to bad now although could be better, However His one big problem is he cant go past dogs with out * Having a go* some he is ok with Now he knows the dog ''so to speak'' Other dogs he will try and lung to them he barks /growls at them, I find that I don't really want to take him out walking, In a park / on the sea front he will try and get to other dogs making a nusence of himself, I get so cross '' although I try not to show it, ''' I don't want to give him up as he could be such a lovely dog if he didn't pull/growl/bark and just walk past other dogs leaving them alone, Regards Gerry Sandford

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Small terriers are often nervous of big dogs and tend to show this with a show of aggression. This becomes their well-practiced strategy for dealing with the situation and becomes entrenched. The Serene-Um might well help reduce the tendency, but a lot of training would also be needed and you would get some good advice if you go to www.apbc.org.uk

Contraditions

3rd Oct 2014
trish

Can i give my rottie serene um extra with medication from vets for arthritis and can i give them longterm.thankyou so much.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Serene-um is not associated with any interactions or unwanted side-effects when used with any arthritis medication. You should be able to use them long-term together. (All of the prescribed arthritis medications are quite potent medicines however and they are slightly prone to problems in themselves. You should talk to your vet about these and always take care to give the correct dose. Stop medication if any vomiting or diarrhoea are seen.)

Serene-um xtra

16th Jun 2014
Skye

I have an elderly greyhound who is nervous of a lot of things ie rain . She has been on Diazepam for a couple of years but recently I decided to try your tablets . I give her2 tablets a day and she seems really calm . She usually has 3 5mg Diazepam on a daily basis
Could I continue with your tablets long term basically for life if she has no problems and what side effects should I look out for . Pauline

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Serene-Um is intended for long-term use and can be given life-long. If you intend to stop the diazepam (which is probably a good idea) then you should do so very gradually. Her body will have become used to the medication and so you should cut the tablets in pieces and monitor things as you very slowly withdraw them over a number of weeks I would suggest. (I know the tablets are small but I would still suggest splitting them if you can.)

Long term use

29th Jun 2013
VioVet Visitor

CAN YOUR DOG TAKE CALM TABLETS EVERY DAY FOR A WEEK WHILE ON HOLIDAY

  • Veterinary Nurse

It is completely fine to use these tablets daily and long term.