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Update: August 2022

Perelandra Spotlight
ETS for Animals

ETS for Animals

For injuries, illnesses, stressors and traumas uniquely experienced by animals.

Every animal-friendly home, veterinary office, kennel, stable, zoo, rescue center, sanctuary, dinosaur retreat . . . Anywhere animals live or interact with people, there should be a bottle of ETS for Animals within reach of their human caregiver. And during times of heightened stress, environmental disasters, illness or difficulties in your life, don't underestimate how your anxiety or imbalance can impact your animal companions.

ETS for Animals is for the injuries, illnesses and other assorted traumas experienced by any animal — of any size, age or species — furred or hairless, feathered or scaled.

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It can be given to your companion animals when they experience any sudden or "unscheduled" situation. You know, those events that occur with our animals that we don't expect, often don't plan for, would have appreciated not happening and that cause confusion, pain, panic, irritation, aggression, anxiety or fear.

When an animal is "rattled" and thrown off balance, or facing a serious challenge or disruption, the first Perelandra option to consider for them is ETS for Animals.

Here are some examples of what we mean:

  • Your routine keeps changing and your little menagerie is acting up (or more accurately — peeing in your shoes and sulking on the clean laundry)

  • You and your family have suffered a loss, and even though your cat has mostly been quietly hiding in the hall closet, she could use daily support for a while

  • The young dog you rescued literally tries to dig under the floorboards anytime a thunderstorm rolls in

  • You're totally jacked up about the latest outbreak news, political scandal or getting your taxes done, and it's only now occurring to you that your tension might be why your Schnauzer is suddenly exhibiting new, odd behaviors

  • You're getting ready to deploy for a lengthy mission and your faithful companion is already showing signs of separation anxiety (Hint: This is a good time for you to take your ETS for Humans doses too!)

  • Your animal just limped in from the backyard, with some unexplained scrapes on its snout

A few things you should know before using this Solution:

How animals experience these challenges is notably different than it is for humans, which is why they require the unique combination of patterns in ETS for Animals, and can't simply be given a dose of ETS for Humans.

Before you give your animal ETS for the first time, show them the bottle. Let them sniff it and get comfortable with it over a couple of days and a handful of encounters. Then, when you do administer that first dose it won't seem quite so foreign or shocking.

Most animals prefer the brandy preservative, while some are just fine with the alternative distilled white vinegar preservative.

ETS for Animals should not be diluted. But it's okay if they drink water or eat food after you give them a dose of ETS.

To avoid contamination or mishaps, do not give your animal its dosage directly from the glass dropper. Instead give the solution to your animal by putting a dose (10-12 drops) in your hand, a spoon, a bowl or a clean plastic syringe.

If your animal insists on being enticed, put 12 drops of ETS for Animals on the tiniest amount of irresistible food as possible. (More tips for administering a dose.)

A 2-oz. bottle will give you about 100 doses, and a 1/2-oz. bottle yields about 30 doses.

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A "PIC" Suggestion

If you have an animal that is . . . Let's say "challenging" when it comes to administering the drops, if they are in need of a broader range of support than just daily doses of ETS for Animals or if you want to limit the amount of brandy or vinegar they're getting — then PIC List Testing is the way to go.

See page 23 of the PIC Brochure for more about administering PIC doses to companion animals.