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Dog Pheremones

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Comfort Zone® products for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

When does the puppy behavior end??  If you have not met our puppy Kiah then make sure you check out my "Meet Kiah" post.  She is much bigger now and almost 8 months.  Kiah is a mixed breed including: chow, spaniel, terrier, and boxer and with all those breeds she has many tendencies from each breed.  She loves people, loves animals, loves to chew, and loves food!!!  The biggest challenge I have with Kiah is keeping her calm when people come to the door.  As soon as someone comes in she is ready to kill them with kisses and she is constantly jumping on people, so we have been working on the "down" command. With her excitment often comes the occasional peeing accident.   Like all puppies, Kiah, is a big chewer.  She has a selection of toys to chew and thankfully she has not ruined any personal items.  

So what is Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.®??  This is a very easy to use plug-in diffuser that releases dog pheremones.  Pheremones are natural chemicals that help dogs communicate with other animals or other dogs.  When a dog senses the pheromone it helps feel secure which decreases barking, chewing, and house soiling.  

I started using Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.® abouty 40 days ago.  The packaging does state that it could take 30-90 days to see any changes in your pet.  I placed the product in the living room where we spend most of our time.  Since Kiah is a puppy I knew there were still going to be the normal puppy behaviors so it is a challenge to know how well this product is working at this time.  The noticable changes would include less barking and in the evening she is a great cuddler where many times before she would be at the door in an instant if she heard even the slightest noise outside.  She also has been doing much better with potty training.  There have been less accidents since using this product but she still has troubles when new people come since she gets very excited she ususally has a small accident.   I am hoping to see a change when people come over but at this time no changes.  She is still very hyper and excited to see people but I truly believe she is just a very social dog and really loves attention from all people. She is one of those dogs that will kill you with love!  

Go buy your Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.® at many pet stores including Pet Smart and Petco and online.  This will be a great product to use as the holiday season approaches.  Help your pet adjust to you being gone, or traveling with your pet during this holiday season.  Also keep up with Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.® through thier Facebook fan page.  

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