Anxiety and Fear
Hiding, cowering, drooling, peeing, panting, or shaking can all be signs of insecurity and fear. Uneasy times like trips to the vet, new situations, thunder and stormy weather, competitions, fireworks, gun shots, past mistreatment—all need support.
The fight or flight aspect of survival is alive and well in even our domesticated animals, not just those in the wild. Their native instincts are just under the surface.
This could be why our pets often express fear even when living in a familiar and safe household.
Early abuse and abandonment are not easy memories to overcome with love and kindness alone. Flower essences can bring a great comfort.
Feral cats become tamer through this formula. By putting a few drops into their food and water, it gets possible to touch them and even to catch them. Useful especially if you need to catch them to get them to the Veterinarian’s office to be spayed or neutered.
Cats hiding under the bed or in a dark closet would be a signal that help is needed. Sometimes dogs roll over and pee when frightened. Strangers and loud noises may also cause a fearful response from dogs and cats of any age.It is not always easy to translate behavior as fear but since flower essences do no harm, when in doubt give ANXIETY/FEAR a chance to help ease the stress.
Put several drops directly in the mouth or on the skin 4x a day.
Pet Essences can also be put in the food, water bowl, treats, bath or bedding.
To make a treatment bottle add several drops from the stock bottle to a one ounce dropper or misting bottle.