Travel Pet - Optimal

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  • Our MOST RECOMMENDED kit to promote more comfort for your pets while traveling. This optimal kit lives up to its name as it offers full-spectrum support to target better digestion and balance anxiety levels during travel!

    - Supports proper digestion
    - Tones the nervous system to balance anxiety levels
    - Promotes well-being during travel
    - Balances digestive acidity levels

    Optimal Homeopathic and Natural Kit for Animals to promote well-being during travel
    This kit consists of our TRAVEL PET, TONICPET #6, TONICPET #5 and TONICPET #10 products.

    *Do not administer this at the same time as our VOMIPET remedy or kits since the formulas are comparable.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Will definitely use it again!

With your Travel Sickness + our traver to home was awesome ... without drooling nausea vomiting whining and uneasiness. We will definitely use it again for our next summer vacation! Thank you!

More Information

What is the 'Optimal Homeopathic and Natural Kit to promote well-being during travel'?
This is OUR MOST COMPLETE kit to promote well-being during travel. Here's why:

- The TRAVEL PET natural product is designed to promote a calm and balanced digestion as well as support well-being and comfort during travel. It helps balance anxiety levels before and during trips.
- The TONICPET #6 natural product is a tonic that provides the nervous system with the nutrients it needs to be healthy. Promotes calmness during travel.
- The TONICPET #5 natural product is useful to support the digestive system functions.
- The TONICPET #10 natural product acts as a supplement for digestive comfort. It balances the acidity levels of the digestive system.

Who is this kit suitable for?
- All animals needing support during travel.
- This natural product can be used for dogs and cats.

What is motion sickness?
Motion sickness is the result of a dissociation between sight, posture and the inner ear: the eyes see movement, the body is motionless and the inner ear feels movement. This is why this disorder is more common and intense in young animals because their inner ear is not yet fully developed.
Motion sickness presents as nausea and vomiting due to the movements of the means of transport used. The animal, therefore, starts to associate the vehicle with the fact that it is sick and develops anxiety associated with that means of transport. It may start barking, crying and become restless. Other animals, on the other hand, may become completely prostrate or start to urinate and defecate. This state of nervousness accentuates the symptoms already present.