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BioPet Relax 90ml

BioPet Relax 90ml

BioPet Relax is professionally formulated to assist with a healthy immune response to anxiety, stress, grief and compulsive behaviours.

A blend of herbal & homeopathic remedies to calm your pet without sedating them. Relax is one of the most popular calming remedies on the New Zealand market. Completely natural and yet so effective, it can be put into the water bowl or given orally every day without any risk of side effects. 

Please note: Cats or small dogs weighing under 8kg only need 1 pump orally per dose or 1-2 pumps into their water bowl.

Larger pets weighing over 8kg should have 3 pumps per dose into their mouth or on food, or 3 pumps into their water bowl daily. 

BioPet Relax is a general calming remedy that is best added to their water bowl so they receive a dose each time they drink. This means even if you are out at work, they are getting the benefit of it. It is non-sedating and safe for long term use.

Most pets love the sweet taste but if your pet is nervous about being dosed, you can put the dose on your finger and dab it on their lips or gums. They do not need to swallow the dose, it just has to come into contact with their tongue or gums.

BioPet products are an innovative range of compound herbal and homeopathic remedies, the culmination of 15 year’s clinical veterinary experience. Designed specifically for animals by Head of Research and Development Fiona Lane, in conjunction with New Zealand's leading Veterinary Homeopath Dr Brett Christian, BioPet products enable you to use natural medicine for your pet health need.

* Safe, non-toxic ingredients.

* Safe to use alongside prescription medications.

* Safe for pregnant and lactating pets.

* Alcohol free.

* All remedies have a shelf life of 2 years.

General Disclaimer: Our remedies are formulated to support the natural immune system of horses, pets and livestock. We do not claim to treat, medicate or cure any health conditions. If you are worried an animal may be in pain or suffering please contact your veterinarian.

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