A safe and all natural supplement with quality ginseng and other natural ingredients to help dogs manage stress.
- Product Highlights
There is a big difference between high-energy exuberance and stressed-out nervousness. Stress Free Calmplex helps the body's natural processes for managing physical and mental stressors. Works best when given daily, but can be double-dosed to target events.
Daily dose may be doubled or tripled if faster, more dramatic benefits are desired. Larger doses are recommended forolder dogs or dogs with infirmities.
|DOG SIZE||WEIGHT||DAILY DOSE|
|Toy||under 20 lb.||¼ - ½|
|Giant||over 120 lb.||4+|
|Guaranteed Springtime Analysis|
|Carrot Powder||600 mg/tablet|
|Ascorbic acid (vitamin C)||200 mg/tablet|
|Desiccated beef liver||200 mg/tablet|
|Citrus bioflavonoid complex, 40%||190 mg/tablet|
|Hesperidin, 85%||110 mg/tablet|
|Panax ginseng extract, 20:1||50 mg/tablet|
|Rutin (vitamin P)||20 mg/tablet|
|Ingredients: carrot powder, dextrose, fructose, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), desiccated beef liver, citrus bioflavonoid complex (40%), microcrystalline cellulose, hesperidin (85%), stearic acid, panax ginseng extract (20:1), and rutin (vitamin P).|
Lady has been well behaved since taking Stress Free Calmplex.
Destructive separation anxiety curbed.
We got our second Siberian Husky from rescue and we had her for about eight to nine months before we started seeing problems. One day we came home to find the living room curtains and rods torn off of every window, the drapes torn off the dining room windows and also torn off the back door. She did that two times before we finally decided to put the door back up in the dining room and keep it closed.
For a while, that worked. She seemed to stay calmer during the day when she was able to sit and look out the window of our bedroom. That worked for a while, too, until she decided to go through the screen window and wander around on the roof of our house. I got a call at work from a neighbor saying that Lady was on the roof of the house. Because my neighbor is rather a comedian anyway, it took him several times of telling me before I was convinced he wasn't kidding. I ran home to find her hanging out and enjoying the day on our roof.
Now, all windows are closed and locked. We have replaced more screens than we care to admit. Windowsills have been completely ripped off. We have bought many, many blinds to replace the ones she has destroyed. She learned how to unlock our previous door and to get out through the screen. She learned how to jump on the sofa in the basement, unlock the window and squeeze through the bars to get outside. She has torn down our dryer vent many times. And the biggie she ate a hole in our solid wood back door – a big hole. We had to replace it with a steel door.
I am sure you are asking yourself why we did not crate her. Ahh, but we tried that. She was able to slide the tray out, destroy our rug underneath and get out.
Enough was enough. We decided that she had damaged about as much as she could, and we had taken as many precautions as we could, and that we would just live day to day with whatever happens. Some days were good, many days were not. And the stress... oh, gosh, the stress! We are believers in not giving up, especially since she was a rescue. She had come from a bad past, had been shuffled around, and we did not want to do more damage to her. Anyway, there is more and more, but to make it a little shorter, we ordered Stress Free Calmplex from you. She has been getting it for about four weeks now. Much to our amazement, she has gone about three weeks without incidence. CAN YOU BELIEVE IT???? And, believe me, we tried everything. ...So... so far, so good. We still hold our breath everyday when we come home from work, but for now, all is well. There is less stress in our lives and hers, too. Thank a billion.
Janine Wereley, Wisconsin
Callie and Cooper, best buddies again.
No More Sibling Rivalry!
I just have to share once how much I am grateful for Springtime. I recently started having problems with my Corgis, Callie and Cooper, not getting along. Callie is almost nine years old, and her brother, Cooper, is almost seven years old. There would be grumbles and even fighting for no apparent reason (it broke my heart). In addition, Callie was having spells where suddenly she would become anxious and pace, etc.
Well, I took Callie to our vet who ran all kinds of tests but nothing showed up. The vet prescribed doggy Prozac. I talked with a friend who said to try your Stress Free Calmplex. Well, we started them on Stress Free Calmplex just a short time ago and now they both are back to their ole, loving selves… Thank you so very much Springtime, from the bottom of my heart!
Lori A. Haskett, Indiana
A more relaxed Resin.
Aggression Helped - "Resin is now the nicest and sweetest he has ever been!"
I just wanted to send a sincere thank you. I finally have my dog back! I began giving him the Joint Health Chewables, Fresh Factors and Stress Free Calmplex about a month ago. He is an eight year old large Lab mix and had become very temperamental, especially with other dogs. Resin is the now the nicest and sweetest he has ever been! Vets were telling me I should put him down because of the escalating aggression, but I am glad I did not give up.
I got affirmation today of his changed behavior; a client came to the farm today that has not seen Resin in over a month. She has known him over a year, and she could not believe how happy, energetic and relaxed he was, and she did not know I was giving him anything. It felt good.
Thank you so much for helping to save my best friend.
Holly Osman, New York
Reo is ready for anything.
"…incredible how he has changed…"
Just a quick note to say thank you. I have a 'herder with attitude' dog, a Border Collie/Akita cross named Reo and have had him on Stress Free Calmplex for most of this year and it is incredible how he has changed. Yes, he's still very active but he has now lost his tendency to be aggressive. As he was a rescue dog, this is good going for him. I hope he will make an agility dog one day but at the moment we just keep plugging away to get good behavior out of him.
Once again, many thanks,
Maxine Mobbs, Ohio