Pets Aggression Formula

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Aggression in Pets

A pet that displays signs of aggressive behaviour can be very alarming. Many owners tear their hair out trying to control their errant animals while at the same time trying desperately to find a reason for their behaviour.

Although humans find aggression unacceptable, the following situations elicit normal aggressive reactions in animals:

  • maternal instinct
  • territorial protection
  • establishment of leadership amongst male animals
  • the hunting instinct
  • discipline of young animals by their parents

Although some breeds are definitely more aggressive than others, experts say there are usually underlying reasons for aggressive behaviour such as fear, insecurity, stress, problems relating to breeding, jealousy, past abuse, illness and pain.

Aggressive behaviour can be limited to specific situations such as the dog that barks or attacks the postman – or it can be unpredictable, which is even more worrying. This is particularly alarming when young children share the home with an unpredictable animal or when guests are exposed to an aggressive pet. Aggressive behaviour in dogs can include biting, barking, snarling, snapping and raised fur along the back of the neck and along the ridge of the spine. Aggression in cats can include scratching, biting, excessive yowling, lunging, hissing, spitting and destructive behaviour.

Ideally, all the inhabitants of a home – even the furry variety – should live side by side in harmony.

What are the Ingredients?

Aggression Formula contains the following 100% homeopathic active ingredients in equal parts and in therapeutic dosage:

Scutellaria (D3), Chamomilla (D3), Belladonna (30C), Arsen Alb (30C), Hepar sulph (30C), Sucrose (inactive ingredient)

Aggression Formula contains no gluten, artificial flavours, colours or preservatives. Safe for use during pregnancy and nursing.

Our products are animal-cruelty free. Individual ingredients are well-researched and are natural, safe and effective.

How has Aggression Formula helped others?

“Our little Maltese can be such a sweetheart but he is very jealous and will not allow anyone near us without growling and will bite with very sharp teeth if anyone else tries to pet him. Your Aggression Formula has done wonders. I won’t say that he loves other people more, but just that he is more relaxed and does not bite anymore. He may have a bit of a growl, but it is more like a grumble and he does not attack, which is a big relief! Now I can have friends again!”
– Damaria

“I have never seen a problem like my cat had with any other cat. She would pounce on your legs, wrap her paws around and sink her teeth in while kicking and scratching fiercely with her back legs – really hurting! Nothing seemed to help but she has calmed down and become more laid back in a very short time. Thank you for a great product that I can recommend to anyone!”
– Suzie

“I have two young male dogs, both adolescents that are close to killing each other and any other male dog around. This has made it impossible to go for walks without stress and I had just about given up before trying your Aggression Formula. We were recommended a tranquilizer which I was very hesitant to try and thought I would try this first, with very good results. The best is that they are still happy and bouncy and not drugged, which I wanted to avoid.”
– GLD

How do I use Aggression Formula?

Aggression Formula comes in convenient dissolvable granule form. The tiny granules are easy to administer to pets of all sizes and personalities and are simply sprinkled on the back of the tongue and left to dissolve. Alternatively, you can mix the dose in some wet food.  No fuss and bother!

Dosage: Sprinkle granules directly into the mouth and hold closed briefly.
Initial dose: every 30 minutes for up to 6 doses. Thereafter 3 times daily.
Cats and small dogs: 1 pinch.
Small to medium dogs: 2 pinches.
Medium to large dogs: 1/4 capful. 

Disclaimer: This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness. Please consult your veterinarian if symptoms persist. 


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