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Vet's Best Comfort Calm Chewable Tabs 360ct (12 x 30ct)

Vet's Best Comfort Calm Chewable Tabs 360ct (12 x 30ct)

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Vet's Best has the right tablets for dogs who are prone to varying levels of stress, anxiety and nervousness depending on their immediate environment. Vet's Best Comfort Calm tablets help your dog relax during stressful moments. The effective calming formula contains natural calming ingredients that reduce tension and anxiety resulting from stressful activities and from high-decibel noises like thunderstorms and fireworks. It promotes relaxation without inducing drowsiness, too. Vet's Best Comfort Calm comes in a chewable tablet form and contains tryptophan, a highly effective natural ingredient that reduces stress and anxiety of motion, noise, and travel. It also contains valerian root and chamomile. Greeks in ancient times used valerian root to cure nervousness and sleeplessness.

Vet's Best Comfort Calm, 30 Chewable Tablets 147 $6.41 Prime; Vet's Best Comfort Calm Chewable Tabs 180ct (6 x 30ct) 10 $27.57; Rescue Remedy (20ml vial) 948 #1 Best Seller in Flower Essences $13.49 Prime

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Victoria G.
Lakeland, FL
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Vet's Best Comfort Calm Chewable Tabs 360ct (12 x 30ct) uploaded by Victoria G.
Purchased at: Chewy.com
Got this for like $3 on chewy.com when a lot of supplements were in sale this Feb. 2021. Although my dog doesn't need this, I initially bought this for my mother's dog but he had passed away not long after as he suffered from anxiety issues becuase he used to be beaten with a broom by his previous owner.
Got this for like $3 on chewy.com when a lot of supplements were in sale this Feb. 2021. Although my dog doesn't need this, I initially bought this for my mother's dog but he had passed away not long after as he suffered from anxiety issues becuase he used to be beaten with a broom by his previous owner.
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