Bach Rescue Remedy Pet (0.35fl oz)

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Price
$15.98
Manufacturer
Bach

General Information

Bach Rescue Remedy Pet is a safe, gentle, allnatural form of healing that can reduce your pet's stress and help maintain control of their health. This alcoholfree variation of the Original Rescue Remedy is recommended for animals by veterinarians worldwide as an emergency remedy to help calm pets in all kinds of stressful situations, and is suitable for cats, dogs, horses, and birds. Rescue Remedy is the most famous of the remedies. In fact, it is not a remedy at all, but rather a mix of five different remedies (Cherry Plum, Clematis, Impatiens, Rock Rose and Star of Bethlehem) which together help restore emotional balance whenever your pet is under pressure and needs help overcoming a variety of emotional or behavioral problems. Appropriate usage times include:bull;Visits to the vet or groomerbull;Stress caused by loud noisesbull;Excessive barking or hissing caused by stressbull;After a shock, fright, or mistreatmentbull;Loss of companionbull;Separation anxiety bull;Adapting to new surroundings

Details

Binding
Misc.
Brand
Bach
Feature
This alcohol-free formulation is suitable for use with all animals, including dogs, cats, horses and birds.
If symptoms persist, please consult a veterinarian.
Alcohol-free Pet Formula
Label
Bach
Manufacturer
Bach
MPN
BF01500
Publisher
Bach
Studio
Bach
Title
Bach Rescue Remedy Pet (0.35fl oz)
PackageQuantity
1
PartNumber
BF01500
ProductGroup
Pet Products
ProductTypeName
PET_SUPPLIES
Item Weight
0.1 pounds
Package Height
1.1 inches
Package Length
3.2 inches
Package Weight
0.1 pounds
Package Width
2 inches

Latest reviews

Value
2.00 star(s)
Effectiveness
2.00 star(s)
Pros: It may work for some cats, but not for mine
Cons: Did nothing
I've tried this on both my cats at varying times of stress. It wasn't just a once-off as I wanted to see whether it may work in some situations but not in others. But it made no difference at any time.
Pros: It works... but
Cons: But only on some cats
I love Bach Remedies in general and would recommend them all the time. But just like I would tell my people patients I tell animal owners, it will work on some and not on others. They're natural flower extracts and it just depends on the persons/animals body. We don't all respond the same way.

I found using the Beech Bach Remedy worked better than the Rescue Remedy for my cat when introducing our new kitten. The Beech Remedy is to help with your pets confidence.
I would add it to my cats water bowl or put a few drops on his favorite treat.

Here's what I wrote about my experiences with calming aids

1. I know a lot of people use feliway (expensive and didn't work on my cat) but I use natures miracle calming spray (Cheapest on amazon) and he loves it.

2. For stressful situations I use Bach Remedies. They have a few different remedies that they recommend for animals. I've used Rescue Remedy for pets which I've used for general stress situations, and I've used Beech for his confidence because he's fearful of new things.

When I brought home a kitten for my cat to have as a companion I added drops of Beech to his water to make things less stressful. I don't know if this is the reason their introduction went so well and that they love each other, but I know it definitely helped. I kept adding drops to my cats water for the first 2 weeks or so until I saw that they were sleeping together and that they loved one another. It really does make a big difference so just take note that when you give it to your friend that they're going to act different. My very active, playful, energetic cat became subdued, sleepy and calm. That being said, it's only temporary. Once you stop giving the drops I find that within a couple of days they return to being themselves but without any stress.

I'm not a vet and I'm only giving advice for what I've personally used with my cat and that's helped me. There's plenty of information about Bach Remedies for pets online for you to read about.


That being said I believe it's worth the $ to try it.

Pros: Liquid easily hidden in food
Cons: Cats may react differently
I've used this before on my cats and I think it works. The first cat was a feral I was trying to tame and bring in to get used to the house. She was letting us handle her outside, but we had other cats in the house. Kept her separated from them and had her in the house for 3 days on Rescue Remedy but she was always wanting out. Started to get a little nasty with us so decided to let her be an indoor/outdoor cat. Another elderly cat has been extremely needy (dementia starting?) and more vocal than usual, also has CKD. Trying to just keep her comfortable. Gave her some of this for a few days in a row and it has calmed her down tremendously...I think it works, but it's not miracle stuff.

Comments

If I'm not mistaken this is a "homeopathic" concoction. Your mileage may vary.
My cats had zero response to this, and I suspect whatever "active" ingredients/properties are in it are in too low a concentration to be effective.
I'm a skeptic on all things "homeopathic", for the record.
 
I agree barbgee, like with people, sometimes homeopathic works and sometimes not. Or animals just don't get enough of a dose put in a water bowl. I always mixed the dosage with a little food that I knew they would totally eat.
 
I bought it for Bro who was wailing loudly that we could not sleep after his brother was put down well it did not work..we bought 2 bottles..
What worked was that we put  Bro in a utility room with a door and window and air conditioned and or heated ...and a dog bed and blanket..and water and litter box clean each night
and the loud meowing STOPPED~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
I even turn on a radio with soft music some night on LOW in the kitchen area
while he sleeps and he has a night lite in the room..
 
Oh my I wish I had known to try this those 2 months or 3 that we had no sleep and were
on edge ...earlier...from his extreme wailing and loud meowing and pacing the house..
he was even ripping our door frames with his claws..
 
He was an outside cat and that still bothers him that he can not stay outside in the daytime
but we all have to get used to it..
Sheri T and Bro and Lily
 
I have tried it for several different reasons. 1st  time was to introduce a new male cat to a household that had 5 females & 2 males, & both boys were giving the new one alot of grief. He was kept in seperate room for 3 weeks & the first 4 or 5 times they were introduced . all 3 boys were given it & you could see the difference in the way they responded to each other- more indifference than meanness.
 2nd time I gave it to the one kitty that is a real "scaredy cat" on her trip to the vet. She was alot calmer than ever before. So for me & my furry friends it is truly worth the price
 
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