Zylkene For Dogs
A complementary feed for dogs, Zylkene® contains a milk-derived molecule that contributes to pets' well-being by helping them adapt to new environments or situations. It can be given to nursing queens and bitches as well as kittens and puppies going through weaning.
Zylkene® is easy to administer in one daily dose. Each capsule contains a palatable powder that appeals to dogs as well as cats. Capsules can be given whole, or they can be opened and the powder mixed with food, treats, or liquids. Water should always be available.
How to give Zylkene®
For short-term use, start administering Zylkene® 1-2 days before the anticipated event or change in environment. Some animals will require earlier administration (5-7 days). For long-term use, begin giving Zylkene® for one month and reassess.
When facing challenging situations your pets need love and Zylkene®
Has your pet reacted negatively to a recent change in your routine at home? This could include renovations, moving, bringing in a new pet or houseguests, the arrival of a newborn, etc. Even changes that you consider positive (such as moving to a new house or bringing in a new pet) may not be well received by your pet.
If your pet appears to be chewing, scratching and/or destroying things around the house, it may be because your pet can't cope with the new environment. You may find that your dog is bored or uneasy when you're not home. Your cat may feel that its territory has been redefined, that its home has changed.
Does your pet vocalise (i.e., bark, meow, whine, etc.) more than usual? It might be a sign that something is bothering your pet if it has been barking, whining, howling or meowing excessively lately. To figure out why your pet is excessively vocal, you should figure out what triggers it. If the situation persists and the cause has not been identified, consult your veterinarian.
Has your previously housetrained pet started having ‘accidents’ in the house or eliminating in inappropriate places? Most people list inappropriate elimination as the most frustrating pet behaviour. It can be a sign of your pet feeling uneasy.
Has your pet been exhibiting unusual behaviour lately? – changes in their mood, sleeping habits, appetite, being more aloof, or on the contrary, more ‘clingy’ than usual? Your pet's unusual behaviour may be a sign that something is wrong.