Adaptil is canine-specific, odourless, non-sedative, non-systemic and can be used alongside all other types of medication.
The efficacy of Adaptil has been demonstrated in 18 studies published in scientific journals and at veterinary conferences around the world.
Adaptil has been used by behaviourists, veterinary experts, and welfare charities for the last 10 years
- Spray 8 to 10 pumps of Adaptil 15 minutes prior to expected effects and before the dog is introduced into the environment (car, carrier, kennel etc…)
- Effects should last approximately 2-3 hours, although each animal will respond differently. Renew the application after this time or if you notice a reduced effect.
- Adaptil Spray should not be directly sprayed on animals or near an animal’s face.
- Adaptilcan also is sprayed onto a bandanna and tied around the dog’s neck.
Instructions for use:
To help reduce or prevent stress during travelling:
Spray 8 to 10 pumps of Adaptil at least 15 minutes before the dog is introduced into the environment (car, carrier, kennel, etc): One spray should be administered to each of the 4 corners, 2 sprays to the floor and 2 sprays to the top of the carrier or kennel. The effect should last approximately 4 to 5 hours. When transporting your dog on long journeys, we recommend re-spraying the travel carrier, or into the car after that time (with the dog removed from the carrier or the car). Please observe also at least a 15-minute window for alcohol evaporation.
To help manage stress-related behaviour in other challenging situations (adoption, moving house, a new member of the family, staying in a kennel, staying alone at home, fireworks, thunderstorm), in combination with Adaptil Diffuser or Adaptil Collar:
Adaptil Spray can be sprayed directly on bedding, inside crates or indoor kennels, at least 15 minutes before the dog is introduced into the environment. Renew application twice a day.
Adaptil Spray should not be directly sprayed on animals or near an animal’s face.
Behavioural and environmental modifications may be required and advice should be sought from your veterinary practice.
- Keep away from sources of ignition
- Keep out of reach and sight of children
- No smoking
- Keep container tightly closed
- Store at room temperature
- Highly flammable