Destress is used especially to successfully correct prolonged, undesirable behaviour in dogs and cats.
With undesirable behaviour, or behavioural changes, we have to think about an intense and unwanted
change in the normal, calm and well-balanced behaviour of a pet, e.g.:
fear of animals, people or unknown objects
general fear (anxiety)
aggression towards animals and people
Abovementioned behaviours are usually the result of a radical negative experience, such as:
unfriendly treatment by e.g. the previous owner or postman
being bitten by another animal
trauma, e.g. fireworks
insufficient socialization as a puppy/kitten in the first 12 weeks of life
And the list can go on and on…..
Depending on the life experiences of your pet, every new unpleasant situation will trigger unbalanced behaviour. This
unbalanced and undesired behaviour , which can develop at any age, unfortunately will intensify as time goes by.
Under certain circumstances, any pet can display aggressive behaviour. Most of the time the conclusion will be that the
pet is vicious or aggressive. This is not true! The pet only has too little “mental luggage” or has had too many negative
Destress will give your pet inner peace which will result in less direct and less intense reactions to certain
situations. A major additional benefit of this being the possibility to re-socialize your pet, teaching it to handle a
specific situation that triggers undesirable behaviour.
The intensity of the undesirable behaviour will get less with every renewed experience. After a while your pet will not
be needing Destress anymore. Destress is not absolutely not addictive. Destress could very well help people with
phobias and examination fright, it calms the nerves and relieves restlessness and emotional distress.
By guiding your pet, with the help of Destress for inner calm, you can gradually realize the correction of undesirable
behaviour and your pet will show a calm and balanced behaviour.