Focus For Pets

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Train with Ease: Enhance Memory and Focus

"I have an 8 month old German Shepherd, She is a very quick learner, by nature, but has so much energy it's hard for her to stay on task when I'm training her, or even just to listen throughout the day. Since I've been giving her this Focus essence, she's noticeably quicker to obey. -Hannah

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A blend specially formulated for your pets! Very helpful during the training stages, helps with memory and staying on task.

Flower essences included:

Comfrey flower essence is helpful for memory issues, especially in cases of past trauma. It's helpful for recall when doing repetitive training exercises. 

Camas can be helpful for the right and the left brain to work together, melding "I don't understand why this human is demanding this pointless thing from me" with "Oh yeah, treats and good vibes!"

Potato helps them to stay on task and mentally present.

Habanero helps with mental focus as well, humans don't focus well when their brains are trying to process past trauma. Neither do animals. Habanero helps both situations.

White Chestnut helps with OCD tendencies, or hyper-focus on something that isn't part of their training. It's a mind calm that helps bring them back to focused attention.

Blue Lupine helps with repetitive behaviors, to either consciously learn or unlearn them, as well as cut through confusion.

Peppermint is a mental waker-upper, especially if your pet gets sleepy after they eat.

This is a 1 oz bottle that should last about a month of daily dosing.
We recommend taking no more than one blend at a time. Here's why and some possible work arounds.
All of our essences are made with brandy as the preservative. You can read more on why we use brandy here

Your order comes with dosing instructions, here's how to use essences if you want to read up before your order arrives. 

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always consult your physician or healthcare provider before beginning any healing program.