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DAP Dog Appeasing Pheromone Electric Diffuser (48 mL)

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  • Reduces or prevents stress related behavior
  • Calms dogs during thunderstorms, fireworks, visits by strangers, or moving to a new home
  • Helps puppies adapt to new environments
  • One diffuser vial lasts up to 4 weeks
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DAP Dog Appeasing Pheromone Electric Diffuser (48 mL) + Adaptil, D.A.P (Dog Appeasing Pheromone) Collar for Medium to Large Dogs - 27.6"
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000O5HUEA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (182 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,908 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Reduces or prevents stress related behaviorCalms dogs during thunderstorms, fireworks, visits by strangers, or moving to a new homeHelps puppies adapt to new environmentsCoverage Area: 500700 sq. ft. 5070m One vial lasts approximately four weeksFemale dogs secrete pheromones that comfort and reassure their nursing puppies. These "appeasement" pheromones have the same calming effect on adult dogs. DAP. mimics these appeasement pheromones to reduce or eliminate stress in dogs of all ages.

Customer Reviews

It just seemed to make him very tired all the time.
Bayne
Our vet recommended this product for our rescue dog (mini poodle mix) who has serious separation anxiety issues.
L. Lau
We tried combining the diffuser and collar for almost two months -- didn't notice any change.
ReneeMoon

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

113 of 115 people found the following review helpful By J. Michel on July 4, 2006
I have a lab mix dog who is very frightened of thunder, lightning, rain, fireworks, or even a loud noise next door. He shivers and tries to hide or usually he tries to climb up my back and sit on my head (he's 50 lbs). If it's raining at night I don't get a good night's sleep because he's so frantic. For a while there we were just locking him in the bathroom, waiting until he stopped freaking out and would keep him there while we slept. All the while he was still freaking out, but only silently. We tried benadryl and even valium to no avail. With valium he would freak out while the noise was going on then after it was over he'd sleep all day. I was very skeptical about D.A.P. but I got some of the spray anyway because I was desperate. I can't believe how great it works. I spray some on a bandana and tie it around his neck. Now if it's raining he is much more calm. At night he can sleep in the bed with us if it's raining and he doesn't try to sit on my head anymore. Today is the 4th of July and there are fireworks going off everywhere. Normally he'd be shivering, whimpering and clawing at me. This time, with D.A.P., he's still quite concerned about the noises, but he is just sitting there quite. He doesn't like it, but he's not freaking out. This is the only product that has actually done something to curb his phobia of thunderous noises. A dozen thumbs way up. Oh, and five stars.
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72 of 73 people found the following review helpful By dakwriter on June 22, 2007
My husband and I recently adopted a 6 year old Labrador Retriever that suffered terribly from separation anxiety whenever we left her alone. For the first three months we had her one of us was forced to stay home because she would become extremely destructive if we both left to buy groceries, go to the bank or anything else. Brand new steel crates were torn to shreds, welds broken, bars bent. Crate floors, both the tough plastic kind and replacements we made from 1 inch thick plywood, were utterly destroyed. And then there was the frantic barking that our neighbors, who live 3 acres away, heard the entire time we were gone -- this through closed insulated windows! We tried EVERYTHING short of doggie tranquilizers to calm this normally happy dog down -- a calm routine, food filled kongs, homeopathic stress relievers, aromatherapy, lights on, lights off, televisions on and off, views out the window, no views at all, sneaking out the door, feeding her heavy meals, taking her on long walks beforehand, making sure she's relieved herself, turning down the air conditioner, even parking the car at a distance so she wouldn't hear the doors close. Absolutely nothing worked. We always came home to complete havoc, with fur, water and crate materials everywhere. So when we stumbled upon the Comfort Zone DAP diffuser we figured, what the heck, it was certainly worth a try! Either that or we'd never get to go to the movie theater again. :-(

We plug the Comfort Zone diffuser in about a half hour before we leave the house. The dog is still confined to a crate (a place she normally enjoys when we're home) and is given filled kongs and other treats. She has water to drink and we still leave a television on in an adjacent room.
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60 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Bayne on February 15, 2008
My wife and I adopted a 1yr.old German Shorthaired Pointer from the Oregon Humane Society in August. Those of you familiar w/ the breed know they are very high energy. This particular guy came w/ no history. So, we knew we had our work cut out for us. We quickly learned that he had an extreme case of seperation anxiety. If left alone for any amount of time in any place he would become so panic striken that he lost all control of his bodily functions. The behaviorist at OHS quickly recommended this product to us along w/ the name of a vet that could prescribe medicication for the short term. Of course, we were skeptical of the D.A.P. because of the usage instructions. At first, it seemed like it was just another hook to get $30 (pet store price) a month out of our wallets. The vet medication came and went with little success in behavior modification. It just seemed to make him very tired all the time. After the first month of D.A.P. use however we were pleasantly suprised to find that when crated in the room with the DAP diffuser he could be left w/o incident for small periods of time. After about the 3rd month, his anxiety issues were reduced to a little whining here and there. Thinking the problem was solved, we discontinued use, attributing the progess to him feeling comfortable in the home w/ us. BIG MISTAKE. After approximately 3 weeks his behavior showed signs of being erractic again, and after a month we were back to anxious tension. So, needless to say we are back to using D.A.P. and he's doing very well. The bottom line is that this product may not be a quick fix, but I can assure you, from my own experience, that it DOES provide considerable relief for pet separation anxiety when given sufficient time.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Mom in TX on December 28, 2008
We have a rescued dog who has turned out to have severe separation anxiety, so we're trying many different things to help him. We read all the reviews of this product and hoped it would help our dog -- but unfortunately, it hasn't made a difference for him. That doesn't mean it's not a good product, though -- from the research we did, it IS helpful to many of the dogs out there, even though it hasn't helped ours. Our advice would be to try it and see whether it helps your dog or not -- it may be the answer for you, the only way to know is to try.
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