A Calmer Dog with ThunderWunders
Calm now comes in a tasty bite-sized bit! ThunderWunders Dog Calming Chews are vet recommended, and promote rest and relaxation for your dog, so you can spend less time struggling and more time snuggling. Packed full of thiamine, L-Tryptophan, melatonin, and other calming ingredients, our chews help your dog relax in situations that may cause them anxiety.
ThunderWunders are great for reducing anxiety caused by fireworks, thunderstorms, traveling, vet visits, grooming, and more!
- Veterinarian recommended
- Made in the USA
- NASC Certified
When Should I Give my Dog ThunderWunders? And How Many?
If possible, give your dog the recommended dose of ThunderWunders ~30 minutes before the stressful event (a thunderstorm is coming, fireworks will start, you are going to get in the car and go to the vet, etc) in order to give the ThunderWunders time to kick in!
ThunderWunders are only meant for dogs 12 weeks and older! The recommended dosage depends on your dogs weight (see chart below). Do not exceed double the recommended dose within a 12 hour period. If you give your dog double the recommended dose within 12 hours, we recommend waiting another 12 hours before giving them more ThunderWunders.
What ingredients are in ThunderWunders Dog Calming Chews?
Chamomile: Chamomile has muscle-relaxing and anti-inflammatory properties, helping to relax the muscles and relieve situational anxiety. It is also very helpful for dogs who are prone to an upset stomach during hyper-excitability
Ginger: Ginger has been used as a spice and medicine in some cultures for thousands of years! It is a great digestive aid for an upset stomach and nausea, and has been seen to help your dog's immune system. Ginger is also a natural anti-inflammatory, helping to ease any inflammation your dog may have and help them to feel more comfortable
Thaimine: Thiamine, also known at Vitamin B1 is an essential vitamin in your dog's diet! It plays an integral role in organ health and helps to promote motor functions in your dog
Passionflower: Passionflower is not only beautiful, but has a long medicinal history! It's greatest claim to fame is it's calming effect. By increasing levels of GABA in the brain, it helps to make your dog more relaxed. Passionflower is great for pups with both situational or separation anxiety.