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Vetri-Science Composure Liquid: For the Wired Out Pet

Posted on: November 6, 2008

Vetri-Science Composure Liquid is a calming supplement for dogs (and cats) who are under a lot of stress and don’t seem to be able to control it.


A calming support supplement, Vetri-Science Composure Liquid is recommended by veterinarians for dogs who are exposed to increasing environmental stressors. When your dog can not adapt to stress, it can lead to anxiety, hyperactivity, excess barking, frayed nerves, nervousness, repeated paw licking, abnormal urine marking, trembling, shivering, excessive scratching and destructive or aggressive behavior. Vetri-Science Composure Liquid is designed to normalize many of these behavior problems such as nervousness, anxiety, hyperactivity and environmentally induced stressors. Vetri-Science Composure Liquid will do this without changing the dog’s personality or affecting the animal’s emotional balance.


Vetri-Science Composure Liquid has a combination of factors that are not found in other calming medications. The ingredients are cornstarch, glycerin, guar gum, maltodextrin, milk protein hydrolyslat, non-fat milk solids, vegetable oil, sorbic acid, sucrose and water.   


Some dogs can not handle the stress of travel for vacation, or they can’t handle the daily stressors of neighbor’s dogs or other animals. Either way, Vetri-Science Composure Liquid can be administered on a daily basis to your senior dog or on an as needed basis.

1 Response to "Vetri-Science Composure Liquid: For the Wired Out Pet"

This product has worked great for my dog.

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