Help your Pet’s stress and anxiety with ThunderWorks


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As summertime commences as well as the 4th of July approaches, it’s important to keep your pets in mind. While 4th of July events are full of fun as well as happy times, for some pets, it can be anything however happy.  Pet owners whose pets have serious noise anxieties must take caution during the upcoming fireworks season.  Unfortunately, this type of phobia may not go away, as well as if not treated, it can get worse. Preparing your furry good friend for fireworks, thunderstorms, building noises, or other anxiety-inducing events is key to helping them feel comfortable as well as relaxed. ThunderWorks products like the ThunderShirt as well as ThunderEase are excellent for soothing your pet when they truly requirement it.

Signs that your pet may experience from noise anxiety:

During thunderstorms or firework shows, your pet may be trying to tell you they are terrified of what is happening outside. Each dog or feline has different levels of stress and anxiety as well as all have different coping mechanisms. sometimes the indications are obvious:




Attempting to run away (escape) the noise

Barking, crying, or whining



Other times, their behaviors may be difficult to decipher:

Constantly seeking your interest (or protection)

Inappropriate peeing or pooping

Excessive drooling




Dilated pupils

ThunderWorks can assist your pet get with 4th of July’s fireworks

It can likewise assist your pet get with thunderstorms, building noises, vacuums, as well as other loud noises. The ThunderWorks ThunderShirt almost instantaneously calms your dog or feline down when it is put on. It works by applying a gentle, calming pressure on your pet’s body, which provides them a secure feeling that assists calm them down. The ThunderShirt is has several sizes for both dogs as well as cats. The ThunderEssence Spray is an aromatherapy that is excellent for utilize in combination with the ThunderShirt since it provides that additional determine of calm to ensure a happy pet.

The ThunderEase Pheromone Diffuser works wonders for both cats as well as dogs. When plugged in, it releases pheromones that calm your pet as well as puts an end to any type of unwanted anxiety-related behaviors such as destructive chewing as well as issue barking in dogs as well as scratching as well as spraying in cats.

The ThunderWorks Giveaway

Starting Friday, June 1, 2018, with Saturday, June 9, 2018, 1-800-PetMeds will be providing away everyday ThunderWorks prize Packs for both cats as well as dogs. The ThunderWorks prize pack for dogs includes 1 ThunderShirt for Dogs, 1 ThunderEase Pheromone Diffuser for Dogs, 1 ThunderEase Collar for Dogs, as well as 1 ThunderEssence Spray for Dogs.

The ThunderWorks prize pack for single-household cats includes 1 ThunderShirt for Cats, 1 ThunderEase Pheromone Diffuser,  1 ThunderEase Pheromone Diffuser Refill, as well as 1 ThunderEase Spray for single Cat.

For a multi-cat household, The ThunderWorks prize pack includes 2 ThunderShirts for Cats, 1 ThunderEase Pheromone Diffuser for Multi-Cat, as well as 1 ThunderEase Pheromone Diffuser Refill for Multi-Cat.

Win a FREE ThunderWorks prize pack for your feline or dog!

With 4th of July just around the corner, this is the perfect prize pack to assist keep your pet calm.  just leave a comment below specifying if you have a dog or feline as well as your pet’s weight, and you might win a free ThunderWorks prize Pack from 1800PetMeds! One champion will be selected at random each business day from Friday, June 1, 2018, with Saturday, June 9, 2018, so everybody who participates has a possibility to win! There will be a overall of nine (9) winners. (Limited to residents of the U.S.) great luck!

1. Camille P
2. Joan B. 
3. Kristi B.
4. Ethel N. 
5. Glenn K. 
6. Susan A. 
7. Connie S.  
8. Shawn R. 
9. Lesli P. 

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