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Also Provides Relief for Insomnia

Melatonin is a safe and effective way to reduce stress and anxiety in your dog. Made with all-natural ingredients such as Chamomile and L-Tryptophan, Melatonin for Dogs is a great way to help your dog feel calm and relaxed all day, every day.

Melatonin for Dogs

From Restless to Restful In Every Chew
/ $0.39 per tablet

Melatonin for Dogs offers a natural solution to canine anxiety and restlessness. Infused with calming ingredients like Chamomile and L-Tryptophan, this supplement ensures your furry friend remains serene and well-rested. A perfect blend for those seeking a peaceful pup.

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Active Ingredient: Chamomile Flower Powder / 50 mg, Passion Flower Powder / 50 mg, Ginger Root Power / 30 mg, L-Tryptophan / 30 mg, Melatonin / 2 mg

Inactive Ingredients: Brewer’s yeast, citric acid (as preservative), glycerin (vegetable), lecithin (sunflower), natural chicken flavor (vegetarian), organic flaxseed, organic palm fruit oil, pea protein concentrate, sweet potato flour

Weight / Amount:
Up to 25 lbs. / 1 soft chew
26 - 50 lbs. / 2 soft chews
51 - 75 lbs. / 3 soft chews
75 lbs. and over / 4 soft chews
Chicken Flavor
Made in USA
cGMP Certified

Unlocking Calm with Melatonin’s Magic

Harnessing Peace in Moments of Stress

Many dogs experience anxiety, whether from thunderstorms, fireworks, or separation. Melatonin acts as a natural relaxant, helping to soothe anxious feelings without the side effects of prescription drugs. It's a gentle way to provide comfort during stressful times, ensuring your pup remains calm and content.

Easing Symptoms, Elevating Comfort for Cushing's Warriors

Melatonin can be beneficial for dogs with Cushing's disease. It helps control the symptoms by counteracting the effects of excessive cortisol production. While not a cure, melatonin can be an adjunct therapy, offering relief and improving quality of life.

How It Works

Melatonin for Dogs offers a natural, effective solution for your dog's sleep and anxiety issues. Our formula combines a gentle blend of Melatonin with Chamomile and L-Tryptophan, working in harmony to regulate sleep cycles and reduce anxiety. This unique blend makes it an ideal solution for anxiety and sleep-related issues in canines. Melatonin ensures a balanced sleep pattern, while Chamomile and L-Tryptophan provide calming effects, promoting relaxation and a peaceful state of mind.

Clean ‘N’ Minimal Ingredients

2 mg

Naturally regulates canine sleep cycles, ensuring deep, restorative rest and balanced circadian rhythms.

Chamomile Flower Powder
50 mg

A herbal relaxant, it alleviates anxiety, calms nerves, and promotes overall tranquility in dogs.

30 mg

Essential amino acid that boosts serotonin production, uplifting mood and fostering a calm demeanor.

Ginger Root Powder
30 mg

Renowned for digestive support, it soothes upset stomachs and reduces nausea, enhancing gut health.

Passion Root Flower
50 mg

Herbal remedy that targets the nervous system, diminishing restlessness and promoting a serene state.

Inactive Ingredients

Brewer’s yeast, citric acid (as preservative), glycerin (vegetable), lecithin (sunflower), natural chicken flavor (vegetarian), organic flaxseed, organic palm fruit oil, pea protein concentrate, sweet potato flour

Dosage for Every Age ‘N’ Size

Nature’s Blend for Calm and Restful Nights

Melatonin for Dogs combines nature's finest calming agents: a harmonious blend of Melatonin, Chamomile, L-Tryptophan, Ginger Root, and Passion Flower. Designed for pups 1 year and older, this formula ensures relaxation, alleviates anxiety, and promotes restful sleep. Dosage tailored for optimal results.

Up to 25 lbs.
1 soft chew
26 - 50 lbs.
2 soft chews
51 - 75 lbs.
3 soft chews
75 lbs. and over
4 soft chews

Dosage is based on weight and should be given 30 minutes before pups are in a situation that causes anxiety. Do not exceed dosage.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can Melatonin for Dogs help with my dog’s anxiety or sleep issues?

Absolutely! Melatonin for Dogs is specially formulated to aid in reducing anxiety and promoting restful sleep in dogs.

Can I administer human melatonin to my dog instead?

It's best to use products specifically designed for dogs, as human melatonin may contain additives that aren't safe for your pet.

Are there any conditions where melatonin usage is not advised?

Melatonin should be used cautiously in dogs with diabetes, hormonal disorders, or immune system issues. Always consult your vet first.

Can Melatonin for Dogs also benefit my dog’s coat health?

While primarily for sleep and anxiety, the calming effect of melatonin can indirectly promote a healthier coat by reducing stress-related skin issues.

How is it different from other melatonin supplements on the market?

Our Melatonin for Dogs is uniquely blended with Chamomile and L-Tryptophan, enhancing its calming and sleep-inducing properties, tailored specifically for canine needs.

Are there any potential side effects?

Side effects are rare but can include drowsiness or gastrointestinal upset. If you notice any unusual symptoms, consult your veterinarian.