Aggression Formula™ for Social Behavior in Pets
Natural medicine for excessive biting, scratching, barking/meowing, and disruptive pet behaviors
What are the ingredients?
Aggression Formula is 100% homeopathic, contains these HPUS ingredients, and has the following indications (purposes): Arsen alb 30C, Belladonna 30C, Chamomilla 3X, Hepar sulph calc 30C, Scutellaria 3X.
What is Aggression Formula?
Aggression Formula is a safe, non-addictive, natural remedy containing 100% homeopathic ingredients especially selected to temporarily calm and reduce problem behavior in highly strung and nervous pets.
Aggression Formula contains ingredients well known to support peaceful attitudes – thereby contributing to socialization efforts and helping your pet to relax and enjoy the company of other people and animals.
It’s also an excellent companion to PetCalm™, which temporarily relieves symptoms of nervousness in pets during stressful situations .
Aggression Formula is presented in two convenient forms, dissolvable granules or spray, and either form may be taken depending on your pet's preference. Both forms are safe and easy to administer without fussing or fighting. The pleasant tasting granules are simply sprinkled in a favorite treat or on your pet's tongue and rapidly absorbed in the mouth, while the spray can be administered directly into your pet’s mouth or sprayed on their food or water.
Aggression Formula may be administered daily or used occasionally for pets that need it only for specific situations.
All PetAlive homeopathic products and biochemic tissue salts are manufactured in an FDA-registered and cGMP-compliant pharmaceutical facility under the supervision of qualified homeopaths and responsible pharmacists. Individual ingredients are listed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS).
Social behavior in pets
Well-behaved and sociable pets are a delight, but some animals have difficulty interacting with other pets, children or strangers. This can occur for a variety of reasons, including upbringing, socialization problems or past experience. Such pets may display a tendency to bite, growl, scratch or even attack in certain situations – causing a great deal of worry for their owners, who are often at a loss to explain or understand their pet’s behavior.
Although some breeds are definitely more prone to socialization problems than others, experts say there are usually underlying reasons for their behavior, such as routine problems relating to breeding, past abuse and physical discomfort. Sometimes the poor pet may just be trying to do its job (such as the dog that barks at the postman) but other times owners are desperate to find a solution for their pet’s behavior.
The Natural way
There are many things which can be done to calm your pet and encourage good social behavior. Here are some tips: