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Dorwest Scullcap and Valerian Tablets for Dogs and Cats - From £12.26
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Dorwest Scullcap and Valerian Tablets for Dogs and Cats

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Manufacturer: Dorwest Herbs

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Dorwest Scullcap and Valerian Tablets for Dogs and Cats are a licensed herbal medicine for the treatment of noise phobias and fears associated with fireworks, thunder and gunfire, as well as for general excitability and hyperactivity.

Also, popular for use in travel-related anxiety and territorial urine spraying in cats, Dorwest Scullcap and Valerian Tablets calm and relaxes dogs and cats without causing drowsiness or sedation, enabling them to have improved concentration.

Dorwest Scullcap and Valerian Tablets are also used under Veterinary supervision to control epilepsy, alongside conventional treatments.

1-2 Tablets per 5kgs bodyweight daily, ideally given as two split doses depending on the severity of the condition.
For use on singular occasions, give 12 hours and 2 hours before event using the higher dosage rate.

Extract valerian 5:1 50mg, Extract mistletoe 3:1 50mg, Scullcap 30mg, Extract gentian 2:1 24mg

Reviews (8)

Overall rating: (4.4 of 5)

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Salliann Keen
November 2019

one of my three dogs is a Romanian stray who was rescued from a kill shelter. On bonfire night, all the fireworks set off by my neighbours caused her to become very stressed which then rapidly escalated to the point of her trying to make a bid for freedom through all the windows in my house including the kitchen ones via the worktop which no way could she reach. No amount of soothing by myself could calm her and the situation became very dangerous. The night after , I gave her the maximum dose of these little beauties and they worked like a dream !!!! even though she was stressed and panting during the loudest of bangs, she remained calm enough to stay in her bed and doze in between them and did actually go out at the end of the night. Could not recommend enough !!!!

Fiona E Dryden
January 2017

I first had this many years ago from a Homeopathic vet, and it worked like a dream on the 3 cats I had then. I was delighted to see it on Vetuk, but unfortunately it has no effect on my current cat. Maybe the formula proportions are different. Maybe all cats vary, and what works for one, will not work for another.

Susan Horrocks
February 2016

I was getting worried that my young Cavachon (18month) Ollie would NEVER stop jumping up, and constantly licking everyone who came came, into the house, so I started searching for something that I could give him that might help then I came upon these little beauties and honestly to be completely honest with you I've never looked back!.

Fran Hill
September 2012

This worked well for my Whippet's anxiety during unsettling times. However, we didn't find it effective for our other dog whilst she was going through a highly stressful convalescence period (and no she wasn't in pain). For separation anxiety, we have found it effective when used in conjunction with a Thundershirt and DAP spray. Using these three things have allowed us to leave our Whippet on his own, without our other dog, for 2-hours without any barking or whining (we record him). So, from my experience, it works for low-medium stress.

Laraine Smailes
May 2012

I have a 13 year old collie x who has had in the past the odd fit but also suffers from being left even for a short time i.e. barks a lot. Since giving him scullcap and valerian tablets he has not had any more fits and is also more relaxed when being left (this of course has been verified by my immediate neighbours). I would definitely recommend this as opposed to Zylkene which is more of a potent drug, scullcap being more herbal.

Joan Scott
February 2010

I have an dog with Epilepsy - Dorwest Scullcap & Valerian tablets were recommeded for my him and I'm certain these help keep his seizures under control along with a drug prescribed by my Vet.