Anxiety is the most common issue for dogs, whether we’re talking a severe separation anxiety or thunderstorm anxiety. being fearful of car rides or the veterinary visit, and the list goes on. Many dogs are anxious – even terrified of something. Increasingly, veterinarians say, we can and should address these anxieties, which is what the Fear Free initiative is all about. Dr. Judy Korman of Assisi Animal Health explains on Steve Dale’s Pet World national radio all about an all new drug-free product to ease anxieties in dogs, called Calmer Canine.
Calmer Canine, from Assisi Animal Health, is an FDA-cleared, targeted pulsed electromagnetic field (tPEMF™) medical device that provides relief for a range of anxiety related issues.
The signal emanating from this “halo-looking” device does ease anxiety, and does so by lowering inflammation in the brain.
Specifically, the Calmer Canine works by sending microcurrents of targeted pulsed electromagnetic (tPEMF) signals to the brain. These tPEMF signals were specifically developed by a team of veterinarians and neurobiologists to target the anxiety center in the brain. There have been no reports of adverse reactions or side affects.