Care for your dog's nerves

Give your dog a chance to feel better with high-quality nutrients crafted to help it adapt to situations that make it feel anxious.

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Over 44% of dogs behave normally in changing situations

Our Relax Care range helps over 44% of dogs to behave normally, even when subject to changing situations. This was proved during a six-week study in France and the US, involving 174 young adult dogs living in big cities and accompanying their owners on most activities.

The nutrition behind Relax Care

This smart nutritional formula is crafted to support your dog’s overall health, as well as helping it in changing situations. It includes a naturally active protein molecule that scientific research has revealed has a calming effect. Like all our ranges, Relax Care formulas are nutritionally complete and contain 100% of the high-quality protein, fats, fibre, vitamins and minerals your dog needs for lifelong well being.

Relax Care

Our crunchy kibbles are designed to fit between the teeth of dogs of all sizes. They offer all the nutrients your dog needs for a healthy diet, while helping to soothe your dog's nerves. Our wet food range is nutritionally complete and a perfect complement to our dry kibbles. By mixing wet and dry foods you can add variety and texture to your dog’s diet.

Tips for nervous dogs

A few hints and tips to help keep your anxious dog feel better.


Ensuring your dog has regular daily exercise is really important in helping them to feel better. As well as taking your dog for a walk at least once daily, you could also try playing games such as fetch in the park or at home.

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Most dogs thrive on getting plenty of attention. Doing lots of things together that they feel comfortable with, from brushing and petting to playing outdoors, should help to increase your dog’s well being.


A regular routine helps dogs to feel more secure, as they know what to expect. So try to follow the same timings and routines for mealtimes, walks and other daily activities.

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