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Pet Remedy has success with calming wipes

Pet Remedy is a natural de-stress and calming treatment for all pets, including cats, dogs rabbits, rodents, horses, birds, and even reptiles. The clinically proven and patented composition is madeup of a blend of oils comprising Valerian absolute oil, with small inclusions of Vetiver, Basil Sweet, and Clary Sage essential oils. Its calming effect is very gentle on the metabolism of the pet.

Two years ago the company started work on a unique and handy individual calming wipe to complement this range.

The challenge was to create a unique handy calming wipe that would provide an immediate calming effect for pets. To this end the company used its water based and pH neutral calming spray formulation and through extensive trials were able to determine the required concentration and quantity of liquid with which to impregnate an individual calming wipe.

Most wet wipes are made of non eco-friendly polyester mix fabric, which is difficult to dispose of and does not degrade easily or quickly in landfills. Further development and trials at Pet Remedy enabled them to offer an eco-friendly wipe, by using a 100 percent viscose, which is biodegradable and fully compostable.

The calming wipes are packed in a handy retail pack of 12 (pack of 7 for Pets at Home) and a professional pack of 100 wipes.

Pet Remedy calming wipe sachets were launched to great acclaim by pet professionals in December 2016 and immediately found their place in the pet world as a handy and immediate means of calming a stressed animal in the home or when out and about.

 

About Domonique Wilsher

Domonique Wilsher
A graduate with a degree in Journalism, Dom enjoys reading and perfecting her cupcake making skills. Please feel free to drop her an email for any potential news stories.

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