The DAP Collar, manufactured by Ceva, helps to control and prevent fear-related anxiety disorders in dogs and puppies with its active canine appeasing pheromone.
Used for both inside and outide the home, it helps dogs and puppies to adjust to brand new environments, such as new homes, dog kennels or strangers, as well as exposure to new or unpredictable circumstances that might normally cause anxiety for the dog.
In addition, the DAP Collar can be used to calm a nervous dog to circumstances such as thunderstorms, fireworks, loud traffic or other aggressive dogs.
For optimal results, combine the DAP Collar with a DAP Diffuser, also available at BudgetPetCare.com.
DAP Collars for dogs help control and reduce the fear for unfamiliar surroundings and circumstances.
The D.A.P. Collar can be used to circumstances both inside and outside the home environment when your dog is exposed to situations that may be nervous to your dog or puppy.
Its effective pheromone will help to prevent fear for various circumstances, including:
To place the DAP Dog Appeasing Pheromone collar on your dog, follow
the simple steps below:
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DAP is a phermone infused collar that simulates the phermones a dog smells when its young.
The collar actively calms stressful dogs and will last for up to four weeks
There are no major safety precautions when using a DAP Collar (dog appeasing pheromone), although the collar should not be used on dogs that have extensive skin lesions.
The collar has an active ingredient (canine appeasing pheromone), therefore do not open the protective packaging until the collar needs to be used on your dog.
Pheromones are species-specific, and should have no effect on any other pets other than dogs.
Research has shown that the D.A.P. Collar is safe to use on pregnant dogs, or if pregnant humans are present in the household.
Do not allow you dog to chew on the collar.
The DAP dog collar contains an active canine appeasing pheromone (2.5%). These pheromones are identical to the same 'appeasing' pheromones that bitches secrete after they have given birth, and have a calming effect on dogs.
Pheromones are species specific and no effect on pets other than dogs is to be expected.
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