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Behaviour - territorial or habitual urine spraying dog or cat.- 30ml Bottle
Behaviour - territorial or habitual urine spraying dog or cat.- 30ml Bottle
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Behaviour - territorial or habitual urine spraying dog or cat.- 30ml Bottle

  • A new pet has been introduced and your pet reacts.
  • Spraying is his way of marking territory.
  • Sometimes it is out of fear or stress also.
  • For all species and ages.

Stressful times for family effect family members - including pets.

Animals grieve the same as humans and not just from the loss of their own species, but from any loss of another species can still be a huge loss and impact for both human and animals. Canines who pin when left at kennels, also suffer.   If your pet is already sterile, if (not sterile) the best thing to do is sterilize male cats no earlier than 12 months age. Females can be done sooner at approx. 6 months old, no later, as a cat can fall pregnant early. 

New smells (renovations, relocations) or another cat or kitten comes to live in their space, could have started this behavior. But this is a natural instinct in some cats, so punishing or scolding is not the answer. What you may cause is further fear in their environment. If he's not a breeding cat, have him or her desexed before the habit gets obsessive.

Since the "purpose" of spraying is to mark an area with urine odor, it is not surprising that as the odor is cleaned up, the cat wants to refresh the area with more urine. Cleaning alone does little to reduce spraying. Cats that mark in one or two particular areas may cease if the function of the area is changed. If he or she has specific areas for spraying, place small saucers of food in these locations or a cushion or cat bed. Some cats are less likely to spray if a little of their cheek gland scent can be placed in the sprayed area.

This may change the area to one of cheek gland marking and since the odor remains and the desire to spray may be greatly reduced. 

Clean the areas with alcohol, not bleach first to remove the urine smell. 

When you can perhaps get the same smell marking effect by rubbing a cotton ball or gauze square on your cat's cheek or chin glands and then rubbing the scent onto the previously sprayed areas. You will need to be consistent with all of these disciplines, it will take time and effort; the trick is to be consistent. For stressed pets that are not happy about new members or changes in their environment, apply drops to the body as well as to meals. Dogs and farm animals, stir in drops to water dish and trough once a week.

Territorial: 30ml Bottle
Contains homeopathic and flower essences blend Ignatia 30C, Ust Maj 200C, with Bach flowers Rock Rose, Mimulus, Walnut, Vine.

Drops are applied to the body, in meals and water dish.

  • -$-31.05
  • Regular price $31.05
    Category: Homeopathy