Keeping animals focused during training or in new environments can be quite challenging. Our lives and the environment around us are busy and distracting, even for us. Regardless of how hard they try, sometimes our pets just can’t help but get distracted by external stimuli.
During training situations or throughout your daily life, if you find it difficult to keep your pet paying attention to you instead of the squirrel in neighbor’s yard, Clear Thinking can help. Clear Thinking allows animals to*:
- Maintain focus and reduce their reaction to external stimuli
- Lessen their frustration when you ask them for their full attention
- Improve their capacity to learn and concentrate
- Open their mind to clear communication and engagement
- Optimize their training sessions and develop a strong bond with you
Clear Thinking is an exceptionally easy way to help you regain your pet’s focus. Let’s face it, not having their full attention is frustrating for the both of you. You may feel as though you’re wasting time and energy trying to get their attention repeatedly. They may be frustrated because they don’t understand why you constantly ask the same thing.
Clear Thinking can be used in all species of any age. Clear Thinking is easily paired with any of the Botanical Animal Flower Essences but pairs best with Ego Builder, Mellow Out, and/or Easy Does It.
A short loading dose is recommended when beginning to use the flower essences. Simply use the recommended dosage two to three times daily for the first three days. Once the desired balance has been reached, use recommended dosage one to two times daily as part of your animal’s daily regimen to optimize efficacy.
Birds: 1-2 drops rubbed onto their beak
Cats & Small Animals: 4-8 drops per use
Dogs, People, & Medium Animals: 6-10 drops per use
Horses & Large Animals: 12-15 drops per use
Small Bird Water Bowl: 1 drop
Small Water Bowls for Pets: 4-6 drops
Large Water Bowls for Pets: 6-8 drops
Water Buckets (~ 5 gallon): 10-15 drops
Water Troughs: 30-35 drops
A proprietary blend of infusions of horse chestnut, old man's beard, Chinese plumbago, dill, common madia, German knotweed, and sweet chestnut flower essences, distilled water and distilled vinegar.