D.A.P. Dog Appeasing Pheromone Spray

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D.A.P. Dog Appeasing Pheromone Spray

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Manufacturer: Ceva Animal Health

In mammals, all lactating females release substances called “appeasing pheromones”, the function of which is to reassure the offspring. Canine “appeasing pheromones” are secreted by the sebaceous glands of the intermammary sulcus in the lactating bitch. These pheromones calm the puppy at times of stress and provide reassurance, particularly in unknown environments and when encountering novel experiences. Research has shown that the reassuring properties of these pheromones persist even into adult age.

D.A.P. (Dog Appeasing Pheromone) mimics the properties of the natural “appeasing pheromones” of the bitch.

Composition

D.A.P.

2%

Isopropanol

Filled to 60 ml

D.A.P. Dog Appeasing Pheromone Spray Indications

D.A.P. Spray is indicated to help alleviate anxiety associated with travel, new environments, crate confinement or kennels, and other situations where your dog may feel uncomfortable.

Uses:

D.A.P. Spray (Dog Appeasing Pheromone) helps stop or prevent fear or stress-related behavior in puppies and adult dogs that result in: Destructive behavior, Excessive vocalization (barking, whining), House soiling, Separation anxiety, Phobias (thunderstorms, fireworks)

D.A.P. Spray helps comfort puppies or adult dogs in stressful situations such as: Traveling in the car, Introduction of visitors or strangers, Moving to new home, Adoption, Unpredictable situations leading to fearful and phobic reactions.

D.A.P. can be sprayed directly on bedding, inside crates, for use in indoor kennels, or in the car.

Packaging:

Box with 60 ml spray bottle.

Instructions For Use:

D.A.P. Spray should be used 15 minutes prior to desired effects. Spray 8-10 pumps in the general area where the dog will be residing 15 minutes before the dog is introduced into the environment (car, carrier, etc.).

Each animal will respond differently, but effects should last approximately 1 1/2 to 2 hours.

Precautions

This product should not be directly sprayed on or near an animal's face.

This product should not stain or mark. Nevertheless, owing to the wide variety of materials used in household furnishings, we advise that you test the product on a sample that is not easily visible prior to using it.

CAUTION - FLAMMABLE, EYE-IRRITANT

D.A.P. Spray has an alcohol base and should not be sprayed near sources of ignition.

D.A.P. Spray should not be sprayed onto an animal. Avoid breathing aerosol or getting spray into eyes or mouth.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

In case of contact with eyes, wash them immediately with water and seek the advice of a physician.

Avoid contact with the skin. In case of contact with the skin, wash thoroughly with soap and water.

If the product is swallowed, consult a doctor immediately and show him/her the packaging.

NAC No.: 13280020

CEVA ANIMAL HEALTH, LLC
301 ROUTE 17 N.,12TH FLOOR, RUTHERFORD, NJ, 07070
Toll-Free:   1-800-999-0297
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Website:   www.ceva-us.com
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