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0.5g per day
0.99g per day
1.98g per day
2.97g per day
3.96g per day
5.94g per day
SKU Multi-Buy Price Weight Cost per day Days Qty
91170 2.1oz Tub $15.75 60g $0.13$0.26$0.52$0.78$1.04$1.56 1206030201510
91172 4.4oz Tub $29.40 125g $0.12$0.23$0.47$0.70$0.93$1.40 25012663423121
91174 4.4oz Tub x 2 $54.10 250g $0.11$0.21$0.43$0.64$0.86$1.29 500252126846342
91176 4.4oz Tub x 3 $77.62 375g $0.10$0.20$0.41$0.61$0.82$1.23 7503781891269463
91178 4.4oz Tub x 5 $120.54 625g $0.10$0.19$0.38$0.57$0.76$1.15 1250631315210157105

TRANQUILITY is formulated to maintain and support:

  • a calm and balanced nervous system
  • over excitable dogs or those undergoing training
  • shelter pets settling into a new home
  • dogs who have been badly treated
  • those sensitive to loud noises or stressed by travelling

Tranquility is a fine-cut dry supplement containing herbs such as chamomile and valerian to provide support to anxious or over-excitable dogs.  Its liquid equivalent, Tranquility Gold, can be used initially due to its quicker absorption (we do not suggest you give both together). 

  • Valerian root
  • Vervain
  • Scullcap herb
  • Chamomile flowers
  • Hawthorn tops
  • Marshmallow root
  • Meadowsweet herb
Herb Glossary
  • Administer orally on a daily basis, dividing the required amount between two administrations for best results​
  • A 2.5 ml scoop is included in the tub and full instructions will be found on the packaging
  • Introduce slowly if your dog has not had supplements before
  • Please allow up to a month for full benefits to be seen
  • Dogs are individuals so often a lower maintenance amount will be sufficient for long-term use

If you have any concerns about your animal's health please contact your veterinarian immediately.  If you have any queries about using this product, or if your animal is pregnant, please contact our Helpline 1 855 261 1289 (Freephone) or email Helpline

Tranquility contains Valerian - Valeriana officinalis. Although nowadays some people find the smell of the valerian unpleasant in the 16th Century it was used as a perfume. It was used to perfume wigs and in the wax of church candles. It was grown in Derbyshire in the north of England and the quality was said to be excellent. The smell of Valerianic acid has a strange fascination for cats which seem to find it irresistable, in the old apothecary shops the drawer containing the Valerian would be rubbed to a high shine by the apothecary's cat that would rub up against it. 

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