Happy Hound

£6.95

Product Description

Happy Hound is a combination of liquid botanical extreacts to help support dogs that are feeling depressed or suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SADs). It contains Hypericum a well known mood lifter shown in to help raise serotonin levels in the brain. Also contains along with other herbs, Siberian Ginseng, Shizandra and Melissa all good mood herbs with proven efficasy. There is increasing scientific evidence to support what we already know, dogs can get depressed. There can be a number of causes for dogs to have the blues, seperation, lack of stimulation, SADS, illness, etc. So, how can you recognize if your dog is feeling down? Poor eating, dull eyes, lethargy, sluggishness, ears not alert, unusual aggressiveness, unusual passivity, no interest, actually looks depressed – head down etc, all are possible symptoms of depression. Giving Happy Hound daily through these times will help lift your dogs spirits. Obviously, you know your dog better than anyone, so it you are in any doubt as to the cause of your dog malaise contact your vet.

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Happy Hound is a combination of liquid botanical extreacts to help support dogs that are feeling depressed or suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SADs). It contains Hypericum a well known mood lifter shown in to help raise serotonin levels in the brain. Also contains along with other herbs, Siberian Ginseng, Shizandra and Melissa all good mood herbs with proven efficasy. There is increasing scientific evidence to support what we already know, dogs can get depressed. There can be a number of causes for dogs to have the blues, seperation, lack of stimulation, SADS, illness, etc. So, how can you recognize if your dog is feeling down? Poor eating, dull eyes, lethargy, sluggishness, ears not alert, unusual aggressiveness, unusual passivity, no interest, actually looks depressed – head down etc, all are possible symptoms of depression. Giving Happy Hound daily through these times will help lift your dogs spirits. Obviously, you know your dog better than anyone, so it you are in any doubt as to the cause of your dog malaise contact your vet.