• Expose your cat to a continuous stream of relaxing pheromones. It will help them overcome stress wherever they go.

    SENTRY Calming Collars use patented GOOD Behavior  pheromone technology. Using a pheromone that mimics the one mother cats produce to calm their kittens, the collars are clinically proven to reduce or eliminate stress-related behavior such as inappropriate marking, destructive behavior, clawing and anti-social behavior. Collars help alleviate problem behaviors triggered by travel, thunderstorms, fireworks and new social situations. This collar continues to release calming pheromones to your cat for 30 days. It can be used for cats of all ages and breeds without long-term side effects. This economy 3-pack is perfect for multi-cat households.

    • Proven to effectively modify behavioral problems in cats due to stress and fear
    • Releases pheromones for up to 30 days
    • Helps cats and kittens feel safe and secure
    • Safe and effective
    • Can be used without long-term side effects
    • Lavender chamomile fragrance
    • Economy 3-pack
    • US and International patents pending
    SENTRY Calming Collar For Cats .35 oz 3 ct is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 72.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Breakaway function did not work! I bought the calming collar because my cat has extreme anxiety and truthfully it worked well. A cat that never sat still in my lap began sleeping in my lap on a nightly basis. Unfortunately, I came home one day to find him tangled and stuck in the collar so badly that I had to cut it off of him. Even I couldn't make the collar "breakaway". Very disappointing as the pheromones actually helped tremendously. Why does this collar have to be designed like the "old school" flea collars? Why can't it be a breakaway style like the breakaway cat id collars?? If I purchase again, I will certainly not leave it on him if I am not home!
    Date published: 2015-10-07
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from DANGEROUS PRODUCT I bought two of these collars for my cats after my foster cat left to relieve some anxiety. I got home last night to find the collar stuck in my cats mouth forcing her jaw open. She had drool all over her leg because she couldn’t close her mouth and she was bleeding from scratching her face from trying to get it out of her mouth. There is no quick release or breakaway on this collar and when I tried to free her I couldn’t even get the collar to budge I had to cut it off with scissors. Cats bathe themselves and climb so this is very dangerous. I immediately cut the other one off my other cat after this happened and i will never buy this product again.
    Date published: 2018-01-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It worked Just put it on today our two cats who were running around like crazy and scratching at night, keeping us awake. We just moved to a new home so must be the cause and one of our cats even started biting hair off his poor brother. So far the product works. They are very calm and sleepy. I'm amazed how fast it worked and and it's working so well, I'm a little concerned how different they are. It's like they are a bit stoned, so I'm hoping they don't become zombies, because they are fun to play with and I liked their natural personality. They aren't even wanting to play much so we will see how it goes, since it's day one. We might only put on them at night or try to only use as needed.
    Date published: 2016-04-28
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sentry Calming Collar for Cats NEVER USE THIS PRODUCT! DANGEROUS! I bought it at the local Humane Society. I put it on my cat yesterday and he was fine. Didn't react, didn't try to get it off. This morning I found him with the collar strapped inside his mouth with his jaw pulled back. His fur was gone and he had bare cheeks around his mouth with lots of swelling and scratches on his forehead. He was freaked out as was I. I had to cut off the collar because he was too stressed to hold still for me to remove it. There was no release. I got him into the vet right away and they gave him pain meds and antibiotics. He had a temp of 106. He is traumatized. Just don't use this. You could lose your cat.
    Date published: 2018-08-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well. I bought this collar for 2 reasons. #1 my male cat is very mean to my female cat. This works so well, they sleep on the same chair. There have still been a few episodes of him chasing her. #2 vet visits have been much better. He has a chronic condition which requires a vet visit every 6 mo. He was much better this past visit.
    Date published: 2016-02-11
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don’t buy this! Very dangerous!! If I could give this product a negative number of stars I would. I wish I would have read the reviews. Same thing happened finding one of my cats with it caught in his mouth, bloody and very frantic. Had we not been home he would have died. Make them breakaway or stop making them. RECALL them! How many reviews saying the same thing will make you wake up and put these cats lives first above your revenue? Yes I have called and made a report but I doubt anything will be done. DON’T PUT YOUR CAT AT RISK! Just DON’T!!!!!!
    Date published: 2018-03-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from works like a miracle! I bought this collar because I have an aggressive cat, a cat who would attack all the other cats in the house; as soon as I put the collar on, I notice a big difference in his behaviour! He now rarely attacks the other cats, he plays more with them instead of fighting! This product is awesome!
    Date published: 2015-09-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shelter Use We bought the Sentry collars for a few of our shelter cats that were in need of specialized enrichment. These collars in combination with behavioral modifications were able to help our cats with various problem and shelter stresses. This also helped to get them adopted much faster and our average length of stay for behavioral cats went down significantly (25.4%) It is a wonderful product if you used correctly!!! I highly recommend it, however I will say that if you are using one for your cat at home because they are having a behavioral issues realize that it does not "fix your cat" It only helps to alleviate their stress & anxiety, if they are defecating outside the litter box you need to do two things first. Take your cat to the vet and make sure it not a medical issue, and them make the assessment as to why they are doing it. Often times it is small environment changes which cause the these behaviors (Separation anxiety, new animals in the home, moved to a new house, new family member, etc.)
    Date published: 2014-11-22
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