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How does ProDen KalmAid work?

KalmAid contains L- Tryptophan and L-theanine, essential amino acids which stimulate the production of serotonin. Serotonin plays an important role in maintaining calm and relaxation in animals. KalmAid also contains Thiamine (Vitamin B1). Deficiency in this crucial vitamin has been associated with nervous disorders.

What does KalmAid contain?

Ingredients per 5 ml of Liquid: L-Tryptophan (250 mg), Vitamin B6 (50 mcg), L-theanine (150 mcg),Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) (0.6 mg), Vitamin B3 (Niacin) (3 mg).

Typical Content Analysis Amount %
Crude Carbohydrate 38.3%
Crude Protein 3.7%
Crude Oils & Fats <0.5%
Crude Fibre 0.5%
Crude Ash <0.5%
Moisture 58%
Calorific Value (Kcal/100 g) 168

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KalmAid (for Dogs) Dosage Instructions

As all pets are individuals, the requirements may vary.
A trial may be necessary to determine the current amount for an individual animal.

Liquid
Pet Weight Amount To Give
< 5 kg: 5 ml daily
5 – 10 kg 10 ml daily
10 – 20 kg 15 ml daily
20 – 30 kg 20 ml daily
Over 30 kg 25 ml daily

Tablets
Pet Weight No. Of Tablets
< 5 kg: 1/2 tablet
5 – 10 kg 1 tablet
10 – 20 kg 1 1/2 tablets
20 – 30 kg 2 tablets
Over 30 kg 2 1/2 tablets

Usage Notes: For short term use, give 1-2 hours before ‘anxious event’.
Intake can be increased if required for individual cases.
For an individual event likely to cause fear or anxiety give a single double amount appropriate for animals weight, preferably one hour before required effect. This can be repeated if necessary up to 3 times daily.
For long term management of behavioral problems, give half the above amount daily. Reduce the amount given with improvement and repeat for flare up.

KalmAid (for Cats) Dosage Instructions

Recommended Feeding

Apply to cat’s paw or add to food:
Small cat 1 pump daily
Large cat 2 pumps daily
(1 Pump = 2 ml)

Usage Notes:
For short term use, give 1-2 hours before ‘anxious event’. Intake can be increased if required for individual cases.
For an individual event likely to cause fear or anxiety give a single double amount appropriate for animals weight, preferably one hour before required effect. This can be repeated if necessary up to 3 times daily.
For long term management of behavioral problems, give half the above amount daily. Reduce the amount given with improvement and repeat for flare up.
As all pets are individuals, the requirements may vary. A trial may be necessary to determine the current amount for an individual animal.