Comfort Your Dog this Holiday Season with Comfort Zone® products

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by on November 18, 2012

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Comfort Zone® products for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

With the holidays approaching, it can be a stressful time for not only you, but your furry companions as well. New visitors, holiday travel (either car rides or flights), being left for longer periods of time, new smells, flashy lights – it can all be very distracting and maybe even hard for pets to adjust. We might be having fun with all the hustle-bustle, but they don’t quite understand what it is all about.

If you have a dog that may need a little help with keeping calm, you may want to check out Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.® (Dog Appeasing Pheromone) products, which helps reduce excessive chewing, destructive digging, barking, and house soiling for dogs. It can also help manage stress-related behavior caused by thunderstorms, loud noises (like fireworks), adjusting to a new environment, transitions, and being left alone or traveling, so really it can help any time of year.

This might be exactly what you need if you have a new puppy (or are planning to get one this holiday season) since it can help manage nighttime whining during the puppy transition when they leave their mamas at the breeders (or shelter).  We were able to try the Comfort Zone® products with my mother-in-laws dogs and she was happy to report that her dogs chewed less and didn’t seem to bark as much at night.

You can find Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.® at pet specialty stores including PetSmart and Petco, independent pet stores and online. And you can also connect with them on Facebook, too.

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