Aggression Formula™ for Aggressive Pet Behavior

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Aggression Formula™ for Aggressive Pet Behavior


Aggression Formula™ for Aggressive Pet Behavior


Product Description


  • Homeopathic medicine temporarily reduces behavior problems in nervous or high-strung cats and dogs

  • Discourages disruptive behaviors such as excessive biting, chewing, scratching, and barking or meowing

  • Promotes good social behavior and reduces dominant behavior

  • Supports temporary feelings of calm and nervous system functioning

  • Promotes your pet's ability to relax during new or stressful situations

What is Aggression Formula?

Aggression Formula is a safe, non-addictive, natural remedy containing 100% homeopathic ingredients especially selected to temporarily calm and reduce problem behavior in highly strung and nervous pets.

Aggression Formula contains ingredients well known to support peaceful attitudes – thereby contributing to socialization efforts and helping your pet to relax and enjoy the company of other people and animals.

It’s also an excellent companion to PetCalm™, which temporarily relieves symptoms of nervousness in pets during stressful situations .

Aggression Formula is presented in two convenient forms, dis-solvable granules or spray, and either form may be taken depending on your pet's preference. Both forms are safe and easy to administer without fussing or fighting. The pleasant tasting granules are simply sprinkled in a favorite treat or on your pet's tongue and rapidly absorbed in the mouth, while the spray can be administered directly into your pet’s mouth or sprayed on their food or water.

Aggression Formula may be administered daily or used occasionally for pets that need it only for specific situations.

Social behavior in pets

Well-behaved and sociable pets are a delight, but some animals have difficulty interacting with other pets, children or strangers. This can occur for a variety of reasons, including upbringing, socialization problems or past experience. Such pets may display a tendency to bite, growl, scratch or even attack in certain situations – causing a great deal of worry for their owners, who are often at a loss to explain or understand their pet’s behavior.

Although some breeds are definitely more prone to socialization problems than others, experts say there are usually underlying reasons for their behavior, such as routine problems relating to breeding, past abuse and physical discomfort. Sometimes the poor pet may just be trying to do its job (such as the dog that barks at the postman) but other times owners are desperate to find a solution for their pet’s behavior.

The natural way

There are many things which can be done to calm your pet and encourage good social behavior. Here are some tips:

  • Sometimes dominance issues or nervousness can play a part. Consult an animal behaviorist for insight into your pet's problem.

  • Animals that fight over food should be fed on their own in a different room.

  • If a normally calm animal suddenly changes into a socially difficult one, consult a holistic vet as soon as possible, as there may be underlying health problems.

  • Have there been any recent changes in your pet's environment, which may have upset him? Changes such as a new baby or a job that keeps you away for longer periods than before may be the explanation.

  • Regular exercise is a good outlet for pent up emotions and will help to keep your pet healthy and fit. But keep your dog on a leash at all times and consider investing in a muzzle if necessary.

  • Ensure your pet is eating a balanced, high quality diet with plenty of raw and unprocessed food (preferably organic). Many behavioral problems can be related to an inadequate diet. Some experts say that animals that are prone to fighting may be eating too much protein. Speak to your vet about introducing more carbohydrate (e.g. rice) and vegetables.

  • As a last resort, neutering your male dog or cat may help to control aggressive behavior.

  • There are many herbs which have been traditionally used to maintain nervous system harmony and support calm behavior. Used as part of a holistic approach, these can make all the difference to your pet.

What are the ingredients?

Aggression Formula is 100% homeopathic, contains these ingredients, and has the following indications (purposes): Arsen alb 30C HPUS, Belladonna 30C HPUS, Chamomilla 3X HPUS, Hepar sulph 30C HPUS, Scutellaria 3X HPUS.

  • Scutellaria 3X HPUS: nervous sedative, where nervous fear predominates.

  • Chamomilla 3X HPUS: oversensitive, anger and vexation; irritable, easily angered, moody and hateful.

  • Belladonna 30C HPUS: furious excitement, hyperaethesia of all senses, furious rages.

  • Arsen alb 30C HPUS: great anguish and restlessness, great fear, restlessness and worry, alternating and changing mood. 

  • Hepar sulph 30C HPUS: the slightest cause irritates. Hypersensitivity to pain, tendency towards violent anger.

  • Sucrose (inactive ingredient)

How do I use Aggression Formula?

Dissolvable Granule Form

Granules may be sprinkled directly into the mouth or as an alternative mixed with a small amount of wet food.

First dose: Administer every 30 minutes for up to 6 doses
Daily: Administer 3 times a day

Cats: Large pinch of granules sprinkled into the mouth
Dogs under 20 lbs: Large pinch of granules sprinkled into the mouth
Dogs 20-50 lbs: 2 pinches sprinkled into the mouth
Dogs over 50 lbs: 1/4 cap of granules sprinkled into the mouth

Spray Form

Initially, depress pump until primed. Hold close to pet's mouth and spray directly, or spray onto its food or water.

First dose: Administer every 30 minutes for up to 6 doses
Daily: Administer 3 times a day

Cats: 2 sprays
Dogs under 20 lbs: 2 sprays
Dogs 20-50 lbs: 3 sprays
Dogs over 50 lbs: 4 sprays

Note: Aggression Formula is a homeopathic remedy and is safe for animals of all ages. There are no known drug interactions.

For added support in promoting calm behavior in pets, it is recommended that Aggression Formula be administered in conjunction with PetCalm.

Caution: If pet is pregnant or nursing, ask a health professional before use. If symptoms persist or worsen, consult a health care professional. Keep this and all medicines from the reach of children.

Get optimum results with regular use

Natural remedies strive to create holistic balance in the body to support systemic health. The natural ingredients in our remedies support overall health and functioning

Pets respond to natural remedies in different ways. To ensure your pet maintains optimum health it is important to administer natural remedies as directed and remain consistent. You may also find that giving your pet a smaller maintenance amount is beneficial for ongoing support. Many customers report using them regularly as part of a maintenance program that supports continued health and well-being of their beloved animals.

How long until I see results?

Continued improvement can be seen with regular use. Response times vary from animal to animal, based on physiological composition and other circumstances. 

How long will a bottle last?

One bottle of Aggression Formula granules will last for 15-30 days, depending on the size of your pet and frequency of dose.

One bottle of Aggression Formula spray will last for 30-40 days, depending on the size of your pet and frequency of dose.

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