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SENTRY Calming Spray for cats

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SENTRY Calming Spray for cats

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Manufacturer: Sergeant’s

GOODbehavior™ pheromone technology

Pheromone technology is proven to modify stress behavior such as:

- inappropriate marking

- excessive meowing

- scratching


Lavender Chamomile Fragrance



Pheromone technology is proven to modify stress behavior such as:

- Anxiety from Traveling

- Anxiety from Vet or Groomer

- Meowing Incessantly

- Fear of Loud Noises

- Fear of New Environments

SENTRY® Calming Sprays mimic the pheromone that the mother cat produces to calm and reassure her puppies/kittens. Pets recognize these pheromones throughout life. It mimics the natural way to help pets cope with new and fearful situations. The lavender and chamomile provide a soothing fragrance.

Directions For Use

Spray one short burst in the area where your cat will spend time (such as car or crate) immediately before bringing your pet to that area.

- Can be used without long-term side effects.

- Can be used with pets of all breeds and ages.




Inert Ingredients:




SENTRY Calming Spray for cats Caution

Contents under pressure. Do not puncture or incinerate container. Do not set on stove or radiator, expose to heat or store at temperatures above 120°F (49°C), as container may burst. Test for colorfastness on hidden area of fabric/wood/vinyl and examine when dry. If color is affected, do not use this product.

Empty packaging and any remaining liquid should be disposed of according to current regulations for waste disposal in your area.

Other SENTRY™ Pheromone products available:

SENTRY™ Calming Diffuser for cats

SENTRY™ Calming Collar for cats

SENTRY™ Stop That!™ noise and pheromone spray

Sentry is committed to providing high quality products. If you have questions or comments about this product, please write Sentry Consumer Response, PO Box 540399, Omaha, NE 68154-0399.

In Case of Emergency call: 1-800-781-4738

Non-Emergency call: 1-800-224-PETS (7387)

Distributed by: Sergeant’s Pet Care Products, Inc., Omaha, NE 68130

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Packaged in the USA

Patent Pending

- Proven to effectively modify behavioral problems in cats that are caused by stress such as anxiety, phobias, travel, thunderstorms, fireworks and new social interaction.

- Can be used without long-term side effects.

- Can be used with cats of all breeds and ages.

- Patent Pending


“We have a cat that has panic attacks in the car on the way to the vet. I now spray SENTRY® Calming Spray before the car ride and within minutes I could see him start to relax. When at the vet, he purred and let the vet give him a full exam versus hissing and attacking.”

Denise, Las Vegas, NV

Ask a vet

How quickly will the cat respond once the SENTRY® Calming Spray is used?

When the spray is used, the perception of the pheromones by the cat is immediate. However, as in every behavior program, the visible improvement in specific behaviors may require some time, depending on a variety of factors: the cat, the nature, duration and severity of the problem, and behavior modification (cat and owner). An improvement in specific behaviors is usually seen during the first two weeks after using the spray, but some cats may require a month to exhibit visible improvement.

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P005692 RRRR

Net Contents


1 fl oz (29 mL)

P005613 RRRR

NAC No.: 10832560

dba Perrigo Animal Health

P.O. BOX 540399, OMAHA, NE, 68154-0399
Clinical Inquiries:   800-224-7387
Telephone:   402-938-7000
Fax:   402-938-7092
Customer Service:   800-224-7387
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