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3 PACK ADAPTIL (D.A.P.) Dog Appeasing Pheromone REFILL (144mL)

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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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Product Description

Enjoy extra savings with our 3 pack of D.A.P. Refills. Dog Appeasing Pheromone REFILLS for your D.A.P. diffusers. Female dogs secrete pheromones that comfort and reassure their nursing puppies. These "appeasement" pheromones have the same calming effect on adult dogs. D.A.P. mimics these appeasement pheromones to reduce or eliminate stress in dogs of all ages.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000O5K03I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,922 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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By G. Ramsay on November 3, 2012
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I'm sure not everyone has had this experience, otherwise this product would have been recalled. Here's the story and it's not pretty. About 4 or 5 days after I plugged in the diffuser, my dog starting having liquid diarrhea and gas. I couldn't get a full night's sleep for days because I had to take him out every couple hours throughout the night. The vet prescribed some medication to give his colon some relief. Because of the proximity in time between activating the diffuser and my dog getting diarrhea, and that there was no dietary explanation, I thought maybe the dog appeasing pheromone was causing it. So, I unplugged it for a while. My dog got better, with the help of the medication of course.

Then, I waited about 3 weeks and plugged the diffuser back in. I wanted to make absolutely sure it was the pheromone and not just a coincidence. Well, 5 days later he started having liquid diarrhea and gas again. So, I unplugged the diffuser and threw it out, along with my 3 refill pack. He recovered soon after. I believe this dog appeasing pheromone is harmful to my dog. I'm really surprised no one else has mentioned this in a review. I can't have the only dog in the world that has this reaction to it. He's a hearty border collie.

I'm not necessarily saying don't get this product. I'm just suggesting you pay close attention to your dog's digestive health in the first week of installing your diffuser. If you notice any negative change, get rid of it.
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I've been using DAP for a couple of years now & it really works for behavioral problems. My dog is a chewer & chews furniture/carpet when we leave her alone. The DAP helps alleviate her anxiety & she doesn't chew anymore. I wondered for the longest if the product really worked or if it was a coincidence, but whenever I run out of the pheromone she starts chewing again.
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My mom's Shih Tzu, Candy, was having anxiety attacks, especially at night. Thunder storms and loud noises bothered her, and sometimes we didn't know what had caused an attack. She wanted my mom to hold her constantly. Those times were very stressful for my 76 yr. old mom. The vet suggested different types of medication which helped at times, then she told my mom about D.A.P. and it relieved Candy's symptoms the best. We could even tell when the refill was getting low by the way Candy acted. The vet charged twice the amount so I searched Amazon. Thanks so much for a great product, and the lowest price we have found.
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Your mileage may very, it seems that this product either works, or doesn't, with really nothing in between, but it worked for me so I recommend trying it.

DAP and it's counterpart FELIWAY were recommended to me as a way of helping animals deal with stress. We have a rescue dog who is adapting to a house with 2 cats who have had full-claim of their home for several years. Both sides are stressed at the changes and have been showing it in various ways.

Our puppy is crated to sleep, and usually likes her little den and bed. During the night, though, she will bark, yip, and whine for anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour, 3 or 4 times per night. We've gone up to 4 hours straight of barking right in the middle of the night. Any time there's so much as a strong breeze which shifts the house she'll start up. We're afraid to get up for water or anything like that because any noise (or sometimes even no noise) will set her off.

I can't overstate how skeptical I was about this product, but this was a last-ditch effort to save my sanity so I figured it couldn't possibly hurt. I plugged this thing in right above her crate. For the last couple weeks it has been running non-stop and there hasn't been a single incident of mid-night barking. Not a single one. No whining, no yips, no howls, it's like we have a new dog.

To take this a step further, normally if someone walks near her crate after she's been sleeping for a bit she'll jump up and start hopping around in there. She'll bark if you don't come let her out. She actually destroyed one crate this way, and has broken several of the metal bars on her newest crate. This morning I walked right past her den and she stood up, yawned, realized I wasn't coming over to her, and lay right back down calmly.
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Our Pug Rex is almost 2 years old and the entire time we have had him he's been an OCD licker. He would lick the air, carpet, furniture, blankets, pillows, you name it he would lick it. It was very hard to break him of this habit. We have tried Prozac, Chlomipramine, and extra exercise to wear him out (he is no longer on any prescriptions because they did not seem to help and I didn't want to drug him for no reason). Nothing worked until I put on the D.A.P. collar and plugged in the diffuser. The change was immediate. I haven't yelled at him to stop licking in 5 days. I am so happy with the results of the D.A.P. and wish I had found it 2 years ago. I love seeing my dog relaxed and stress free!!!
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I have an English Mastiff that is (was) deathly afraid of thunder or anything else that makes a popping sound for that matter. He usually starts shaking, pacing & panting and tries to hide when a storm rolls in. My vet has prescribed valium for him which doesn't even seem to touch his anxiety. I was very skeptical about the effectiveness of D.A.P., but was willing to try just about anything to help ease his anxiety. Since using the D.A.P. plug-in, (about a month) he is quite a bit more at ease during storms. I put the plug-in in a central area on my 1st floor, which is quite large by the way. I wondered if it would cover the square footage of three large rooms enough to be effective. It's either pure coincidence or the D.A.P. has really helped! Either way, my dog, Dozer, is still very wary when it storms, but he no longer shakes and he doesn't pace as much. He still pants, but much less than before. The plug-in lasted only about 3 weeks, but I've purchased refills along with a second plug-in for good measure and to help cover more area. I also purchased the spray which, as others have mentioned, smelled very strongly of alcohol. I sprayed it on some pillows where my dog usually sleeps and he avoided them after sniffing them. He DID return to them after the alcohol smell had evaporated which was fairly quickly. It's still possible that the pheromones in the spray could have worked though. So, it's either a coincidence that Dozer is more mellow during storms, or, just perhaps, the D.A.P. is working. I'll continue to use it for now and monitor his level of stress throughout the summer thunderstorm season.
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