How to make a hyper/nervous dog calm

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      As you know John and I love animals.  We first adopted Cleo from the pound.  Short little fat fuzzy thing, that was supposedly a German Shepherd.  To me she looks more like part collie part Shepherd.  She is beautiful to me either way.

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Cleo is nice and calm.  Never rushing to do anything.  Very independent. 

Then you have Sonia.  She is a full blooded German Shepherd that we bought/adopted from a wonderful couple here in Kentucky.  Sonia however, in her own right,  is totally opposite from Cleo.  She is constantly wants to please.  She is a follower.  She gets nervous over the least little things.  For example. 

Brush Cleo she LOVES it – Brush Sonia her eyes get big and she shakes like your hurting her.

Clip nails – safe reaction.

We have tried different things to calm her.

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But nothing seems to work.  Then we heard about a calming formula for dogs.  This formula is safe and uses key ingredients such as valerian root, Ginger and vitamin B1.  While it is safe to give them everyday, we didn’t use them every day for Sonia.  We like to use them if company is coming or just for general change in her environment such as nail clipping day. 

This product I keep talking about is from a company called Probioticsmart.com.

The calming formula comes in bite size pieces.  She seems to think when we give them to her she is getting a treat.  I know a lot of times with stuff like that we have to hide it in their food or rub their neck to make them swallow.  Not these! 

My husband and I are very happy with the results of this product and will continue using it!  I think Sonia looks pretty happy too!

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I know the cat is happy too!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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