100% natural and organic hemp seed oil helps to keep anxious dogs relaxed in stressful situations. Usually works within 20–30 minutes.
★★★★★ Can’t recommend it enough! My 9 year old Martina is always nervous when travelling. She’s happy once we arrive at the destination but the travel part can be stressful. Since taking Kalmi we went on a couple of trips (travelling by car and train) and she’s been exceptionally calm!! It comes in oil form so it’s easy to mix with food and she doesn't even notice it’s there. We’ve only been using it for a couple of weeks but can already see the effects the omega oils have on her coat which is much shinier now.
★★★★★ With the firework season approaching fast, we wanted to try something natural this year for our anxious border collie to add to the training we are doing already. I must say, I'm very impressed, she's much calmer when we play the sound of the fireworks, fingers crossed when the real thing starts, she's as calm.
★★★★★ I think this stuff is amazing. I have a large Doodle who gets anxious when having nails clipped, etc., he just laid there and let me do them.
Kalmi is 100% natural and organic hemp seed oil. It helps to keep anxious dogs relaxed in stressful situations.
Kalmi is a great source of omega 3 & 6 fatty acids and gamma-linolenic acid that help to sustain healthy skin and coat while bringing relief to dry skin and itchiness.
Hemp seed oil is also beneficial in maintaining healthy hips and flexible, free-moving joints, easing soreness, boosting your dog’s immune system as well as in protecting cells from damage caused by free radicals.
Kalmi does not contain any filler oils, artificial colouring, flavouring or additives. It is 100% pure hemp seed oil, suitable for dogs and puppies over 8 weeks old.
It helps to keep dogs calm & relaxed in tense situations such as fireworks, vet visits, or being home alone. Kalmi especially benefits more delicate and anxious dogs and works within 20–30 minutes. Best results when combined with positive association training.
Suitable for dogs and puppies over 8 weeks old.
Directions of use
• Up to 9kg (20lb) - 1/4 dropper per day
• 10–22kg (21–48lb) - 1/2 dropper per day
• Over 23kg (49lb) - 1 dropper per day
100% Natural Ingredients
Kalmi is 100% natural and organic hemp seed oil. The oil is harvested by cold-pressing hemp seeds. It has a rich nutrient profile, lots of good fats and fatty acids and carries a wide range of nutrients.
HEMP SEED OIL
Hemp seed oil is made from the hemp seed itself and, as opposed to CBD, it doesn't contain any THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive component.
The oil is harvested by cold-pressing hemp seeds. It has a rich nutrient profile, lots of good fats and fatty acids and carries a wide range of nutrients.
Hemp seed oil can help to improve skin & coat health, promote calmness, reduce inflammation, maintain brain & heart health. Hemp seed oil is perfectly safe and a worthy addition into any dog’s diet.
Organic Hemp Seed Oil for Stressed & Anxious Dogs FAQs
Does Kalmi contain THC?
Kalmi is a cold pressed hemp oil, it doesn't contain any THC.
Can this help with my dog's anxiety?
Yes, hemp oil can help with anxieties as it promotes calmness and relaxes the dog. However, as with other calming products, we'd recommend combining both – a calming supplement with a positive association training to ensure the best results. Please contact a dog behaviourist to work out the training plan.
Can this help for travelling in the car?
Yes, Kalmi can help when travelling. We advise to start taking the supplement at least one week before the planned car journey as well as to start a positive association training with the car prior to the journey. This will guarantee the best results.
Is Kalmi the same as CBD oil?
No, Kalmi is a hemp seed oil and it doesn't contain CBD. While both oils derive from the cannabis plant, CBD oil comes from the flowers, stems, and leaves, while hemp seed oil comes from the seeds only.
Can Kalmi be given to a puppy?
Yes, in most cases Kalmi can be given to puppies older than 8 weeks. However, just to be sure it’s ok in your particular case, we always recommend checking with your veterinarian first as they will know best.