What’s on Offer? YuCALM Dog

It’s been estimated* that 80% of dogs show signs of anxiety or fearfulness – often in relation to specific triggers. That’s a lot of dogs (and owners) that could benefit from help.

Those triggers may even centre around the visit to the practice (19%** of dogs are afraid of the vet visit) – whether that’s waiting room fear, anxiety over the presence of other dogs, or the journey itself. YuCALM Dog can be given in all those scenarios to calm and support a return to normal, happy behaviour. Just make sure the owner understands it will take time to see the benefits as it’s a natural product, not a sedative.

YuCALM Dog contains lemon balm which affects the neurotransmitter GABA, reducing excitability in the central nervous system. The amino acid L-Theanine is traditionally found in green tea and is included YuCALM  Dog too; it supports endogenous serotonin, GABA and dopamine production. Fish hydrolysates also support GABA and dopamine levels for a ‘feel-good’ effect.

Our promotional offer this July is– Buy 5 get 1 free or Buy 10 get 2 free on YuCALM Dog.

Our retail analysts say: veterinary practices often recommend products as part of the consultation – in other words the service comes first. YuCALM Dog can be used as part of a multimodal approach to managing behaviour but it can also be self -selected from a waiting room display. That’s a great starting point for beginning the conversation about behaviour management and the support you can provide. In this scenario the product ‘sells’ the service. It’s all about turning things on their head and using innovative approaches to grow the practice, rather than simply making sales.

To take up the offer, place your order as usual with your wholesaler NVS, Henry Schein or, Centaur or for all other queries, contact Lintbells on 01462 790 886.


* https://behaviourvet.wordpress.com/2013/10/14/left-home-alone-a-welfare-issue-for-dogs/

** PDSA PAW Report 2015, pg. 27 – https://www.pdsa.org.uk/get-involved/our-current-campaigns/pdsa-animal-wellbeing-report