A natural remedy for anxiety and stress in cats and dogs. Drama Queen is a homeopathic blend designed specifically to support the normal immune response of an animal suffering from minor emotional upset, anxiety, over grooming and stressful behaviour.
Drama Queen is great at helping to settle an anxious cat or dog that finds themselves in a stressful situation i.e. going to kennels, catteries or the groomers. It is great for any animal that has become unbalanced on a mental emotional level, whether that is due to stress, anxiety, a frightening event or any form of upset that causes the animals to become, restless, hysterical, scared, jumpy and fretful.
Separation anxiety can be felt by both dogs and cats and is also another form of stress that your pet may feel when you go out.
Over grooming is a sign of anxiety or stress in cats. They can lick and groom so much they end up with bald spots, often mistaken for skin allergy. The areas they tend to focus on are the stomach and hind legs.
Aconite, Arsenicum, Asafoetida, Asarum, Ignatia, Kali phos, Phosphorus
Preserved in a mild alcohol base. Alcohol / Spring water
How to use
Drama Queen comes in a liquid form, as we find this is the easiest way to administer.
It is preferred that it is put straight into the mouth of the animal making sure not to contaminate the dripper. This can be done by adding the drops to a teaspoon, lifting the lip and place in the mouth. But we do realise that this is not always an option, it can therefore be added to food.
Dosage: 4 drops every 1/2 hour for 4 doses.
How long will a 25ml bottle last: (based on the above dosage as 1 course)
Cats and Dogs : 23 courses per bottle
If you find the animal is in this state ongoing it can also be giving 3 times daily.
All instructions are on the bottle.
General Disclaimer: Our remedies are designed to support the natural immune system of your pet and animal. We do not claim to treat, medicate or cure any health conditions. If you are worried about your pet or feel they are in pain or suffering please contact your veterinarian.