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North Carolina State University's research clinically resolves Canine Separation Anxiety.

Healthcare Tech Outlook | Tuesday, January 18, 2022

A study by North Carolina State University confirmed that targeted PEMF Therapy as the solution to Canine Separation Anxiety

FREMONT, CA:North Carolina State University's recent study conclusively demonstrates that Assisi Animal Health's targeted pulsed electromagnetic field technology is an effective treatment for canine separation anxiety (CSA). This double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study demonstrates the Calmer Canine's transformative power. By week four of using Calmer Canine, in the study nearly two-thirds of the dogs had improved by 100 percent or more in the amount of time they spent resting rather than being anxious when home alone.

Judy Korman, VMD stated that their pilot study and countless testimonials have been confirmed by the findings of this placebo-controlled, double-blind study as the Calmer Canine is an effective treatment for CSA. This study relied heavily on video data, which allowed researchers to observe dogs' behavior when they were left alone, resulting in more accurate assessments of the severity of CSA.

For four to six weeks, two 15-minute treatments per day with the Calmer Canine Anxiety Treatment System significantly reduce CSA symptoms such as destructive behaviour, barking, and inappropriate urination. Dr. Korman also added that half of the owners in their study reported improvement in their dog's anxiety after just one week of treatments which is infact a huge accomplishment.

While many products provide short-term anxiety relief, Calmer Canine employs a unique, drug-free, and sensation-free tPEMF signal that targets the source of anxiety: inflammation in the anxiety centre of the brain. This means that, unlike medications, Calmer Canine offers long-term relief. This transformative treatment system has the potential to reduce shelter surrenders, euthanasia, and help strengthen the human-animal bond.

Calmer Canine, an effective and simple-to-use tool for both pet owners and veterinarians, is revolutionizing the pet anxiety treatment industry. While it is demonstrated that Calmer Canine works for CSA, there's still so much more to come, Dr. Korman stated. Anecdotally, they have seen Calmer Canine's ability to reduce many other types of anxiety, ranging from stranger anxiety to noise phobia. The possibilities for assisting anxious dogs are truly limitless - and they are only getting started.

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