K9 Calming Cookies

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About K9 Calming Cookies

  • Helping your dog to relax, focus and feel confident

  • A perfect treat before vet visits, car journeys or times of anxiety for your dog

  • Ideal for fireworks nights or when your dog is left alone

  • Contains a blend of natural vitamins, minerals and amino acids to support general health

  • A fantastic treat to have on hand for stressful situations

  • Serotonin is considered to be a natural mood stabiliser

K9 Calming Cookies are our brand NEW Calming Cookies for Dogs

A fantastic product to have on hand for stressful situations. Helping your dog to relax, focus and feel confident.

K9 Calming Cookies TM Contains a blend of natural vitamins, minerals and amino acids to support general health and wellbeing to help your dog manage stress.

K9 Calming Cookies are a perfect treat before bed time, car journeys, vet visits, firework nights or when your dog is left alone. May also help reduce motion sickness during travel. 

L-Tyrosine is used to produce the neurotransmitter Serotonin. Serotonin is considered to be a natural mood stabilizer. It can help towards providing a more focused and confident dog.


Feeding instructions

  • 1 for small dogs: 1kg to 10kg
  • 2 for medium dogs: 11kg to 26kg
  • 3 for large dogs: 27kg to 44kg
  • 4 for Giant Dog Breeds: 45kg plus

Give 45 minutes before stressful event for desired calming effect. Every dog is different and will therefore not have the same metabolic rate or pre-existing serotonin levels. Due to this, it may be necessary to feed more or less K9 Calming Cookies that stated.


Composition: L-Tyrosine 33.5g per kg

Additives: Soya Flour, Molasses, Flax Meal, Fenugreek, Himalayan Salt, Iron Gluconate, Vitamin C, Corn Oil, Zeolite, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine, Turmeric, Zinc Sulphate, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Vitamin B12, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B2, Choline Bitartrate.

Nutritional analysis:

Total Oil – 16.71%
Sodium – 0.15%
Crude Protein – 26.2%
Crude Fibre – 2.2%
Crude Ash – 6.8%
Moisture – 11.1%
Sugar as sucrose – 21.09%

Customer Reviews

  1. Great for when fireworks are about.


  2. I can not recommend these enough for a dog that struggled with fireworks.
    My rescue is incredibly gun shy and I dread the beginning of November but this year he has been so much better. He still had a few shakes but normally he’s trying to hide and panting. He is also nervy at the vets so will keep some in stock for when I need them. Thank you!

    Shona McLauchlan

  3. After seeing amazing results with the equine calming cookies I decided to try these with my Labrador who gets very stressed with fireworks and as i write this she is snoring as the fireworks are going off, we have the radio on to muffle the noise but she would normally be stressed and running around looking for somewhere to hide! Thank you!



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