Quiet Moments® Calming Aid Tablets

Plus Melatonin

MSRP: $13.27$22.13

(10 customer reviews)

For use in dogs only over the age of 12 weeks.
Recommended to help support the nervous system in reducing stress and tension. Also recommended for dogs when traveling by car, plane or boat.
• Helps Reduce Stress and Tension
• Great for Storms, Fireworks, Travel, and Grooming
• Time Release


Quiet Moments® Calming Aid Tablets are for use in dogs only over the age of 12 weeks.
Recommended to help support the nervous system in reducing stress and tension. Also recommended for dogs when traveling by car, plane or boat.
• Helps Reduce Stress and Tension
• Great for Storms, Fireworks, Travel, and Grooming
• Time Release

Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Caution with concomitant use of MAO inhibitors and sedatives. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.

For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately.

Active Ingredients per 3 gram tablet:
Chamomile Flower 150 mg
Passion Flower 100 mg
Thiamine Mononitrate 100 mg
Ginger 100 mg
L-Tryptophan 30 mg
Melatonin 120 mcg
(Above ingredients are time released)

Beta Carotene, Dicalcium Phosphate, Magnesium Stearate, Maltodextrin, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Natural Flavoring, Non-Fat Dry Milk, Peanut Butter Flavoring, Silica Aerogel, Stearic Acid, Vegetable Oil.

Directions For Use
Up to 26 lbs. ½ tablet
27 to 50 lbs. 1 tablet
51 to 99 lbs. 2 tablets
100 lbs. and over 3 tablets

Give recommended amount once daily 30 minutes prior to stressful situation.
Do not exceed double the above specified amount in a 12-hour period.

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18 thoughts on “Quiet Moments® Calming Aid Tablets

  1. Dear NaturVet,
    Our 10 year old terrier has been absolutely terrified of fireworks for as long as I can remember. Every New Year’s and 4th of July we can expect our neighbors to shoot off the really loud fireworks that send Bogart into a panic. When he’s this anxious, he is capable of destroying our personal property, ripping carpet from it’s backing, and is a threat to his own safety. Our vet prescribes a sedative that helps to calm him down. This year I learned about your product Quiet Moments Calming Aid with Melatonin at our local Petco when picking up some dog food. The demonstrator gave her personal testimonial about the product and I decided to give it a whirl since it was just a couple of days before the 4th. I was skeptical but cautiously optimistic. This was the first year Bogart was able to make it all the way through the 4th of July without turning into a quaking hot mess. He noticed the fireworks but did not have the anxiety as he has in years past. I’m sold and will be singing your product’s praises to anyone who will listen!

  2. This product is the only product that has calmed our 55 lb pitbull/bulldog mix during thunderstorms. He is sensitive to the pressure changes of storms so giving this 30 minutes prior to a storm is necessary. Normally he pants, paces, and will jump on top of furniture and people. He basically loses his mind. This calms him to a manageable state. I don’t know what I would without these. I will stress that it has to be given before a storm or it is not effective since the stress level is already up. Also he eats literally anything but hates the taste of these so we wrap it in cheese, barely melt to make a cheeses ball and he takes it no problem.

  3. I was so excited when we found this stuff at the pet store. We tried the ones for cats. We tried giving it to them whole as a treat, putting it in their canned food broken in half and sprinkling it on their canned food. Wouldn’t touch the treat, ate around the broken up piece and wouldn’t even touch their foods when it was sprinkled on. Any other ideas?

  4. Hi Lyn. Try sprinkling a little cinnamon on them and see if the smell entices them. If not, we will certainly give you a refund.

  5. Hello. Thank you for your product question. You would give your dog 1/2 tablet which is the dosage suggestion on the label.

  6. My Molly weighs about 12-13lbs. I give her 1/2 tab and 2hrs later the fireworks started I know you say 1 tab in a 12 hr time. But how soon can I give her the other half. She is panting and pacing a lot. Thanks for you help

  7. Hi Betty. Thank you for your product question. You can redose the product after 6 hours of the initial dosing.

  8. Hi Kristi. Thank you for your product question. Every ingredient that comes into our manufacturing plant is accompanied by a Certificate of Analysis stating it’s been tested for heavy metal, microbes, molds, etc. A Gluten free acknowledgement has never been required, so while some of the ingredients may be gluten free, we cannot say the product is gluten free as a whole.

  9. Has anyone else had this product not work? We adopted our 3 year old furbaby Oreo. He’s a ten pound Papillon. He was a surrender because of barking. The previous owners never socialized him so yes he barks at humans, squirrels, birds and deer. Oh and the car’s windshield wipers! Fun stuff on a rainy day! He’s hates men! I’m beginning to think that because he barked due to leaving him stuck in an apartment all day and night they became mean towards him. Oreo is very sweet and loveable. So far he only protects me. He loves my husband and a few folks in my family. It’s a work in progress. Anyway I have given him the one chew an hour and a half before we head out for the day and there’s no sign of it working to calm him. Does anyone have a suggestion? I really don’t want to put him on any medication but it’s looking like I may have to. I even grabbed another brand calming spray mist to try together but there’s no results. I’ve never had problems training dogs, huge dogs! This little one is a challenge! Any thoughts?

    Kathleen Turner
    Oreo’s Mom

  10. Hi Kathleen. Kudos to you for rescuing Oreo! We are sorry the product is not working to calm him down. Please call our Customer Service Team at 888-628-8783 on how to obtain your refund and for a few other product suggestions.

  11. I really want to try this with our dog Lobo who has just been diagnosed with Cushing’s Disease. He is anxious at night and barks a lot even when he does not need to go out. He has just started on the px vetoryl. Do you know if Quiet Moments Plus Melatonin can be used in conjunction with vetoryl (which controls the production of excess cortisol)?

  12. Hi Janet. Thank you for your product question. We are not Veterinarians and do not have drug interaction information available to us. We suggest you check with your Veterinarian first before starting the product.

  13. Does this work for dogs who bark due to separation anxiety? My dog also takes Benadryl daily for allergies. Is it okay to mix this medications?

  14. Hi Melanie. Thank you for your product question. The Quiet Moments can be used short term for separation anxiety. We do recommend you contact your Veterinarian concerning combining the product with Benadryl.

  15. Omg..this stuff seems to work. Just gave our 11 year old increasingly anxious since she lost her dog sister to cancer..like huge licking..frequent accidents..up down up down kinda anxiety 2 chews..within 45 mins shes chilled out

  16. Hi Jennifer. We are so happy the Quiet Moments is helping your doggy get through this tragic time. Thank you for sharing. And condolences to you for the loss of your other dog too.

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