CALMEX® Calming Support Tablets for Dogs

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  • £9.98 10 tablets
  • £49.98 60 Tablets

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CALMEX® Calming Support Tablets for Dogs is a specially blended supplement to help promote relaxed behaviour in dogs experiencing behavioural problems.

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Dogs cannot tell us when they feel stressed or scared, and we often struggle to understand their sudden behaviour changes. Unfortunately, even minor behavioural problems can worsen with time, and long-term stress ultimately leads to health and welfare issues. CALMEX® is specifically designed for dogs; it promotes happy and playful behaviour by increasing serotonin levels (the happy hormone).


For best results, CALMEX® should be administered for three days before a stressful event. If required, double the recommended amount can be given 30-60 minutes before an acute stressor.


For dogs under 10kg, give 1 tablet per day.

For dogs 11kg-20kg, give 2 tablets per day.

For dogs 21kg-30kg, give 3 tablets per day.

For dogs 31kg-40kg, give 4 tablets per day.

For dogs over 40kg, give 5 tablets per day.

CALMEX® Calming Support Tablets for Dogs are available in the following sizes:
  • 10 Tablets
  • 60 Tablets
Key Benefits
  • Increases serotonin levels to promote happy and playful behaviour
  • Ideal for dogs who experience behavioural problems or can be given prior to a stressful event
  • Proven to work in dogs through research in independent trials
  • Easy to give, tablet formulation
  • Product Composition
    L-Tryptophan, Rhodiola rosea, Lecithin (source of Phosphatidylserine), Passiflora incarnata, Niacinamide, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Tribasic Calcium Phosphate, Porcine Liver Powder, Rhodiola rosea, Root Powder, Magnesium Stearate, Yeast, Sodium Chloride, Fructose
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What our vet says

What our vet says
"Effective treatment within the hour for - noise, separation, car travel, vet visits or kennels. Or any situation when your dogs feels fear or stress. Signs of this can be shaking, hiding, barking, weeing in the house, licking or panting."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)