THERE ARE SEVERAL EASY WAYS TO GIVE SPIRIT ESSENCES TO ANIMALS but no matter which method, always do this first: Tap the bottom of the bottle against the palm of your hand approximately 5 – 10 times before administering. This activates the essence remedy and should be done each time immediately prior to administering.
- Put a few drops in your hand, rub hands together and pet your animal’s head, body, ears, and/or paws.
- Add 3-5 drops to water and food (Remember more drops does not equal better results)
- Use our optional spray top to mist a room, carrier, bedding, car interior, litterbox area, stall, trailer, or other specific problem area. Misting the house or apartment is a great way to treat the whole household (Do not mist the animal directly!)
- Apply a few drops to or mist a favorite toy.
- If they resist touch, let the drops fall directly on fur, top of paws, etc.
- Give directly by mouth.
Spirit Essences are not like medicines or drugs and need not be swallowed: once the drops contact the animal, they are doing their job. In this vein, your animal companion should think of receiving the remedy as a good thing, so don’t try to force it by giving it to them orally, for instance – stressing your friend out while administering the essences will only serve to undermine our intent.
How to Use Ultimate Peacemaker
Do this first: Tap the bottom of the bottle against the palm of your hand approximately 5 – 10 times before administering.
- Give Bully Remedy to the dominant/aggressor animal 3-4 times a day. Apply topically to fur, or put in food.
- Give Peacemaker to all the animals in the house daily. One way to do this is by dropping 3-4 drops into the community water bowls.
- Give Self-Esteem to the picked-on or victim animal 3-4 times a day. Apply topically to fur, or put in food.
Feel free to call (310) 782-1200 (Mon-Fri. 8am-4:30pm Pacific) or email email@example.com at any time if you have questions, comments, an interesting report of results, or would like additional assistance.
Spirit Essences are not meant to interfere with or replace the advice or treatment of your veterinarian. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes.