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Adaptil Diffuser Complete Set

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SKU
I168502
Pet
Dog
Life Stage
Adult, Senior
Health Type
Anxiety
Description
The Adaptil Diffuser is a discrete plug-in which bathes the home in a synthetic copy of the canine appeasing pheromone', a natural product proven to comfort both puppies and adult dogs. The Diffuser is great for: Settling new puppies in the home Calming more than one dog in the home During thunderstorms and fireworks How to use Adaptil Diffuser? Releasing the comforting pheromones into the local enivonment. The diffuser covers an area of 50-70m2 with each vial lasting up to 4 weeks. The diffuser should be plugged into the room where the dog spends most of its time. Adaptil Refills can be purchased and replaced as required, up to 5 refills may be used before replacing the Diffuser unit.

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