ADAPTIL® Transport Anxiety Spray for Dogs

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  • £10.19 1 x 20ml Spray
  • £17.94 £37.00 Save £19.06 1 x 60ml Spray


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ADAPTIL® Transport Anxiety Spray for Dogs assists your canine companion when travelling, making car trips and appointments at the vet less stressful. It helps reduce stress-related signs such as restlessness, panting and shaking.

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In the wild, puppies and adult dogs often live in groups and exchange natural messages released into the air - pheromones. Mother dogs emit these calming messages during the time they are feeding their puppies and adult dogs from around their ears.

ADAPTIL® Transport Anxiety Spray for Dogs supplies this pheromone to your doggy, which you cannot create. It helps them to feel comforted and cope with challenging times.


ADAPTIL® Transport Anxiety Spray for Dogs is available in the following size:
  • 1 x 60ml Spray
  • 1 x 20ml Spray

Key Benefits

  • Fast acting
  • Perfect for on the go
  • Scientifically proven and veterinary recommended
  • Trusted for 25 years

Directions for use:

During car journeys or when going to the vet - just spray on blankets, towels, the inside of the transport box, and/or the inside of the car.

Never directly spray your dog.

Never spray in the transport box if the dog is already inside. 

You should always wait 15 minutes after spraying before putting the dog in the carrier or area sprayed.

What our vet says

What our vet says
"When your dog is afraid, you may notice them panting, whimpering, salivating or vomiting. Its not a pleasant experience for you or your pet. So, when your dog is on the move to the see the vet, a long drive or even visiting a new home, this spray will help prevent and reduce fear. Our customers say its worked a treat for their dogs."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)