Do fireworks, thunder, and other loud noises make your dog anxious and fearful?
Sileo is an easy and convenient at-home treatment for dogs with noise aversion.
Contact McMillan Veterinary Clinic to discuss if Sileo could benefit your pet during the July 4th Holiday.
When to give your dog SILEO for noise aversion, also known as noise phobia or noise anxiety The first dose can be given:
Approximately 30–60 minutes before the noise event
As soon as your dog shows signs of anxiety or fear related to noise
Whenever you hear a noise that causes your dog to be fearful or anxious
It takes about 30 minutes to 1 hour for SILEO to take full effect, and it typically lasts 2 to 3 hours. If the noise continues and the behavioral changes recur, further doses can be given at intervals of 2 hours, up to a total of five times during each noise event, as needed. Do not give another dose of SILEO if your dog appears sedated from the previous dose.
SILEO gel comes preloaded in a multidose oral syringe. With each dose, SILEO is absorbed into the tissues of the mouth through mucous membranes. It should not be swallowed. If your dog swallows SILEO, allow at least 2 hours before applying the next dose.