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We often host family gatherings. It isn’t abnormal for us to have 20-30 people in our home during these events. With that many people, our two dogs often show signs of anxiety and stress. I looked into different calming products but didn’t find one I liked. Then I was asked to review Comfort Zone dog Calming Vest for anxiety and stress relief and liked the what I read.

Comfort Zone provides pet parents with products to enhance the lives of their pets. They have products for both dogs and cats.

The Calming Vest provides gentle pressure that makes the dog feel safe and secure. This is similar to when you swaddle an infant. Calming Vests are made with soft, breathable, stretchy material. They come in multiple sizes can be easily adjusted to fit your dog’s specific size and shape.

Putting the Calming Vest on your dog is fairly easy to do (of course this depends on your dog’s willingness to help you put it on.) I put the vest in front of my dog and one at a time put their arms in the holes and then pull the vest up and secure it. I adjust it as needed.

My dogs have never worn clothing or anything like this. The first time I put the Calming Vests on, they looked at me like I had lost my mind. Then they tried everything they could to take them off. After about 30 minutes of trying, they gave up and when about their business. I didn’t notice an immediate calming effect, but that was because this was completely new and foreign to them. After wearing the vest a few more times, they became familiar with them and accepted them. Now when I put the Calming Vests on them, it doesn’t even phase them. While wearing the Calming Vests, the dogs seem to be less worried about what is going on around them. Having 20-30 people in your home is still a lot to take on but, the dogs seem to be getting better about it. I think the Calming Vests are helping.

Comfort Zone Calming Vests are a 2019 Product of the Year award winner!

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  • katie

    Just in time for 4th of July. I think I would have an easier time getting this on my dog because he’s so used to us dressing him up in holiday outfits.

  • donna porter

    I really need this since my fur baby, Sheba gets anxious and upset with storms and fireworks. She has never been in clothing so I am sure just like your babies she would have to get use to this!

  • Lauryn R

    This is a wonderful creation! I know that there are a lot of dogs out there that are terrified of storms and get really bad anxiety. I feel like this would definitely help so much! Thank you for sharing. 🙂

  • Peggy Nunn

    I have a friend that uses this with her dog. She loves it. She would recommend it to others.

  • gloria patterson

    Sounds like a great product! Years ago I was dog sitting a German Sheppard for my brother. Had the big cage that was his spot I guess to feel safe. One saturday I was taking a nap on the couch and it started raining, lighting and thunder. Next thing I knew that dog landed on top of me shaking like a leaf. Scared me to death. This would be good for dogs scared of storms

  • Nancy

    Such a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

  • Michelle S

    My friends had a dog that got super anxious when people came over – would bark for 20-30 minutes nonstop. They discovered that his harness made him calm. I completely think these type of products work.

  • Sarah L

    I have a friend who has one of these for her dog. He is so afraid of thunder and loud noises. Seems to help him.

  • gloria patterson

    I wonder if it would work for thunder? I was dog sitting once for my brother and I had his German Shepard at my home. Turns out the dog was AFRAID of thunder. I was taking a nap on the couch and it started thunder and lighting and that dog landed on top of me. I scared me at first but finally got him calmed down.

  • Debbie S.

    Gee, I would love one of these for my dog especially for ccar rides. She doesn’t sit down the whole time, whether it’s a short trip or a long one. I think this could help her.

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