Can this device be used on more than one dog in the household?

Yes. Calmer Canine® can be used on multiple dogs. It is a battery-operated device and the battery will typically last for 4–6 weeks of treatment according to the recommended schedule. The battery is replaceable. Calmer Canine vests are available for purchase without the device, in case a different sized vest is needed for use on another dog in the household.

What is the return policy?

Calmer Canine® offers a 100% money back guarantee, you may return the product within 30 days for a refund.

Does it work only on dog separation anxiety?

Although designed specifically to help dogs with separation anxiety, Calmer Canine® may also help dogs with other anxieties and fears, such as thunder phobia, noise sensitivity, travel anxiety, general anxiety and situational anxiety.

What if the dog dislikes wearing anything on its body?

If the dog dislikes wearing any garment or dislikes the sound of Velcro, the therapy can be applied by holding the device in place with a hand in the position described in the User Manual. The Convenience Vest allows for hands-free delivery of the therapy, but it is not essential to achieve the benefits of treatment.

What results can be expected?

You can expect that the dog’s symptoms associated with anxiety will be reduced over time. In a study of dogs with separation anxiety, results achieved by using Calmer Canine® included, less barking, less panting, less pacing and more independence while at home as well as more time spent resting or playing while the owners were away.

How long until results are noticeable?

Results have been reported as soon as a few days after starting treatments. It is recommended that Calmer Canine® be used consecutively for four to six weeks, twice daily to achieve optimal results. Every dog is an individual and some dogs may benefit from treatment beyond six weeks.

How is Calmer Canine® used?

Calmer Canine® should be used twice a day for 15 minutes each time. Treatments should be spaced 8 to 10 hours apart. Owners simply put the easy to use vest on their dog, attach the device to the neck strap with the Velcro attachment and turn the device on to activate it. The Calmer Canine device will turn itself off after the 15-minute treatment is over. The vest is then removed and set aside until the next treatment.

What is included in the Calmer Canine® anxiety management system?

The Calmer Canine® anxiety management system consists of the Calmer Canine device and a comfortable, easy to wear, washable vest. The vest helps to hold the device in the correct position to allow for hands-free operation. The device is powered by a replaceable battery.

Does the dog feel anything, does it hurt?

No. The treatment has no sounds or vibrations and is invisible and sensation free. It is based on technology that has been cleared by the FDA for use in people.

Is it safe?

Yes. Calmer Canine® is very safe and much safer than medications, which can have unwanted side effects. This technology has been safely used to treat pain and inflammation in over 50,000 animals with virtually no reported side effects.

Calmer Canine should NOT be used in animals with implanted electromagnetic devices (e.g. pacemakers) and caution should be used by owners using the device if they have implanted devices, such as insulin pumps or pacemakers). Similar to the Assisi Loop products, Calmer Canine’s efficacy may be reduced by use of the device on or near a substantial amount of metal (such as in a metal crate or on a stainless steel table), or while using another electromagnetic device such as a laser.

How does Calmer Canine® work?

Calmer Canine® delivers low level electromagnetic signals to the fear and anxiety center located in the dog’s brain. It works on a cellular level, to reduce the factors that contribute to creating and sustaining anxiety in the brain. The technology returns the overactive anxious brain to a more balanced and calmer state. Unlike other solutions that must be continuously delivered to help, Calmer Canine is able to control anxiety between treatments and may have sustained effects that last long after a course of therapy has been completed.