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Mama Love for Healing Aggression

Organic Flower Essence Spray for Pets


There are lots of reasons why a pet will strike out aggressively at other animals or even humans in their environment. If this is a new behavior or the animal is new to your household, take them to the vet! It could be an indication of pain or a high fever. Once physical discomfort is ruled out, the next thing to address is any environmental or emotional discomfort. Lots of pets will respond to terrifying or overstimulating situations by biting, growling, striking out or other aggressive behaviors. For example, a household with lots of activity or just the experience of moving from place to place can be overwhelming to a new pet. There may also be the issue of not knowing their place, especially if there are other animals present to become adjusted to. Before giving up on them and giving them away, try creating a safe place that is theirs alone where no one will bother them and try this formula at every meal for 3-5 weeks.


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This formula is 100% organic and contains the following ingredients in a base of distilled water and organic alcohol:


Flower Essences: Corn, Indian Pink, Poison Oak, Snapdragon

For easing overwhelm, feeling calmer in a setting where a pet’s environment is going to be impacted by others, reducing the need to strike out and overly aggressively defend its space.


Spray a couple of spritzes directly on your pet’s food at each meal or (if they’re comfortable with it) in the air around their head and body. Use twice a day for about a month.


Mama Love sprays are spiritually-guided, handmade and infused with Reiki to bring you the most beneficial products I can make!

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