Dog Appeasing Pheromones
D.A.P. Diffuser for the Well being and Calming effect it can have on dogs
In mammals, all lactating females release substances called "appeasing pheromones" the
function of which is to reassure the offspring. Canine "appeasing pheromones" are secreted by the sebaceous
glands of the intermammary sulcus in the lactating female dog. These pheromones calm the puppy at times of
stress and provide reassurance, particularly in unknown environments and when encountering novel experiences.
Research has shown that the reassuring properties of these pheromones persist even into adult age. D.A.P. (Dog
Appeasing Pheromones), resulting from veterinary research reproduces all the properties of the natural
"appeasing pheromones" of the female dog. At Pet Perfection we use the D.A.P. diffuser to help with a relaxing
atmosphere for all our canine clients.
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