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Adaptil Calm Home Diffuser With 30 Day Refill

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The Adaptil Calm Home Diffuser is a product designed to help calm and comfort dogs in stressful situations. Here are some key points about the Adaptil Calm Home Diffuser:

Synthetic Pheromone: The Adaptil diffuser releases a synthetic copy of the natural appeasing pheromone that mother dogs produce to comfort and reassure their puppies. This synthetic pheromone is known as the Dog Appeasing Pheromone (DAP).

Stress Reduction: The Adaptil Calm Home Diffuser can help reduce stress and anxiety-related behaviors in dogs. It is commonly used to manage issues such as separation anxiety, fear of loud noises, travel anxiety, or general anxiety in dogs.

Diffuser Technology: The diffuser is an electric device that plugs into a standard electrical outlet. It releases the synthetic pheromone into the air, creating a calming environment for the dog. The pheromone then spreads throughout the room, providing continuous support.

Continuous Effect: The Adaptil diffuser provides continuous pheromone release, creating a long-lasting effect. It is recommended to keep the diffuser plugged in continuously to maintain a consistent level of pheromones in the environment. The refill should be replaced after approximately 30 days to ensure a continuous supply of pheromones.

Easy to Use: The Adaptil Calm Home Diffuser is easy to use. Simply plug it into an electrical outlet in the room where the dog spends most of its time, and allow the pheromones to disperse naturally. It is important to avoid obstructing the diffuser with furniture or curtains to ensure optimal diffusion.

Individual Dog Response: It’s important to note that dogs may respond differently to the Adaptil diffuser. While many dogs show a positive response and a reduction in stress-related behaviors, the effectiveness may vary from dog to dog. Some dogs may require additional behavioral interventions or veterinary care for their specific needs.