21st Century Essential Pet Pet-EZE Dog Calming Chews
Not "soft chews" and dog would not eat
We will be returning this product because of the reasons in the review summary. We had to break the pellet into pieces and the dog wouldn't even eat the pieces. She would put one in her mouth and spit it out. The product even has an unappetizing odor. We even attempted to get her to take the pieces by putting them in some home made, no salt, chicken broth. Very poor product for us.
December 6, 2014
We took a 2 hour short trip with our standard poodle yesterday. I gave her the max of 4 chews (one hour before leaving) hoping they would calm her. She always rides standing up in the back seat, panting in our ears. Well, there was no difference with the Pet-Eze chews. She acted just as excited about the trip. Wouldn't even sit down. So for us, this product did not do the trick. Darn!
June 7, 2014
Worked for us!
I have a 7lb yorkie that is terrified of flying and I was taking a chance that this would work since she usually throws fits on the plane. It definitely did! I went ahead and also bought her a Thunder Shirt also and in combination with Pet Eze, she slept in my lap the whole way with no problem. Would recommend! Seems to work better on small dogs.
May 6, 2014
Not for my dog, maybe for yours
I have a young Samoyed who "loses her mind", has no attention span, cannot be tired out, and has separation anxiety. This product did not help to calm her, but I do recommend trying it since it seems to help other dogs. She loves the taste of the chews, and the treats are tiny enough for even small dogs.
I feel I bought the wrong product for my dog. I bought this product before doing any research on natural calming agents. It did nothing to calm her, even with also using a pheromone diffuser and pheromone collar. I think I need a different stress reliever that is carried by pet stores that contains herbs like valerian, passionflower, hops...or a flower essence product found at a drugstore that is used by humans and also dogs. If you have any questions before trying natural remedies, please check with your vet and do research, as they can be strong and have effects just like pharmaceutical meds.
April 9, 2014