ProCalm Behavior Support


ProCalm – Essential Nutrients for Behavior Support

Recommended for growing, adult and senior dogs under the supervision of a veterinarian.

Dr. Barnett’s products have been used by over 3000 veterinarians in a clinical environment for the past 40 years!

Canine ProCalm is a scientifically formulated Veterinary Health Supplement that provides essential ingredients in support of a calm demeanor and a healthy response to external stimuli. Behavior Support has also been shown to be helpful during other periods of external stress such as traveling, boarding, training, and performance.

ProCalm Provides Proactive Ingredient Support For:

  • A Calm Demeanor
  • Behavior Problems
  • Training Assistance
  • Traveling, Boarding
  • Agility, Performance
  • External Stress Relief

Dr. Barnett’s Recommendations for:


Training a puppy can often be a challenging task, especially if they are incessantly barking, begging, jumping, chewing, soiling, exhibiting aggressive behavior, or going ballistic whenever left alone. ProCalm is a calming agent that assists in relieving the stress and anxiety that cause these unwanted behaviors without the use of drug based calming agents that can have negative side effects.

Adult & Senior Dogs

Adult dogs should be well behaved, but unfortunately that is not always the case. Dogs can seem to bark at anything and can be a nuisance at dinnertime by constantly begging. Some dogs forget where the bathroom is and others want to confront every animal they meet on their walk. These are all things that can be avoided or reversed by specialized training with the help of a calming agent like Canine ProCalm.

Daily Recommended Dosage:

Dogs (All Ages)
Wt. Range (lbs.)
3 - 12
13 - 25
26 - 44
45 - 69
1 1/2
70 - 99
100 & Up
2 1/2

Directions for Use:

For best results administer ProCalm prior to any external stressful event. If needed, additional doses may be administered every 6 – 8 hours; not to exceed three (3) total doses in a 24-hour period. To assure freshness, keep sealed and store in a cool, dry place.

Caution: Consult your veterinarian before using long term and when pregnant or lactating.

Key Ingredients in GastroPro


Chamomile is a natural relaxing agent that contains apigenin, a compound that binds to the same cell receptors as tranquilizers. Chamomile regulates peristalsis in the bowel and can therefore assist in the treatment of both constipation and diarrhea.

It can also relieve gastric and abdominal pain due to spasms or intestinal gas that create feelings of nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.

Chamomile stimulates the flow of bile and the secretion of gastric juices, thus enhancing the appetite and improving sluggish digestion in stressed animals. When a dog becomes stressed, they usually respond by eating less or avoiding food altogether.

Chamomile has bactericidal and fungicidal capabilities, which means that it is effective against common pathogens that thrive under conditions of stress such as yeast and bacteria.

Ginger Root

Ginger root can help to ease a compromised digestive system, reduce pain and inflammation and protect the animal body against certain viruses. There are several functions of ginger that are helpful to animal health. It can help to ease a compromised digestive system, reduce pain and inflammation and protect the body against certain viruses. Ginger can also help to speed up recovery from just about any sickness.

Functions of Ginger:

  • Reducing the effects of car sickness (nausea, dizziness, fatigue and vomiting)
  • Reduces inflammation and has been used successfully as an adjunct remedy in cases of osteoarthritis
  • Ginger supports the immune system and helps to purge toxins from the animal body

Lemon Balm

Lemon balm, a member of the mint family, is also considered a calming herb. It was used as far back as the Middle Ages to reduce stress and anxiety, promote sleep, improve appetite, and ease pain and discomfort from indigestion including gas, colic, and bloating. Today, lemon balm is often combined with other calming, soothing herbs, such as valerian root, chamomile, and hops, to promote relaxation.

Several studies show that lemon balm combined with other calming herbs (valerian root and chamomile) helps to reduce anxiety and can promote calmness in animals. Some evidence suggests that lemon balm may help treat indigestion – a side-effect of animal stress. Other studies show that lemon balm has a high degree of antibacterial activity.

Valerian Root

Valerian root is known for its calming effects and has been proven to be helpful in managing anxiety and reducing the dangerous side effects of stress. Valerian root increases gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) in the brain producing a relaxed, less anxious effect in animals. Valerian also seems to be good for treating muscle pain and relieving joint pain.

Valerian Root Uses:

  • Treat anxiety and unwanted behavioral responses
  • Increase GABA production in the brain
  • Relieve muscle and joint pain

ProCalm Assists with Canine Behavior Problems

Many Canine behavior problems that owners experience can be attributed to improper socialization, lack of training, a misunderstanding of normal Canine behavior, placing certain breeds into environments that do not allow for natural stress relief, failure to give our dogs enough exercise, and sadly, abuse. Some behavior problems can be easy to correct, while others are more serious.


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