ADAPTIL recommended by veterinarians

Veterinarian Recommended

ADAPTIL vet stamp recommended by veterinary surgeons

The efficacy of ADAPTIL has been proven in numerous clinical studies published in reputable scientific journals or presented at international conferences.

Millions of dog owners around the world have noticed a difference in their dog after using ADAPTIL: their dog feels more confident and more relaxed during challenging situations like loud noises, staying home alone, fears, training and travelling.

ADAPTIL is used and recommended by veterinarians.

Discover the Science of Pheromones with Adaptil:

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  • Denenberg, S., & Landsberg, G. (2008). Effects of dog appeasing pheromone (DAP) on anxiety and fear in puppies during training and on long-term socialization. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 233, 1874-1882.
  • Gandia Estelles, M., & Mills, D. (2006). Signs of travel-related problems in dogs and their response to treatment with dog-appeasing pheromone (DAP). Veterinary Records, 159, 143-148.
  • Gaultier, E., Bonnafous, L., Bougrat, L., Lafont, C., & Pageat, P. (2005). Comparison of the efficacy of a synthetic dog appeasing pheromone (DAP) with clomipramine for the treatment of separation-related disorders in dogs. Veterinary Record, 156, 533-538.
  • Gaultier, E., Bonnafous, L., Vienet-Legue, D., Falewee, C., Bougrat, L., Lafont-Lecuelle, C., & Pageat, P. (2008). Efficacy of dog appeasing pheromone (DAP) in reducing stress associated with social isolation in newly adopted puppies. Veterinary Record, 163, 73-80.
  • Graham, D., Mills, D., & Bailey, G. (2007). Evaluation of the effectiveness of synthetic DAP (dog appeasing pheromone) in reducing levels of arousal and improving learning in puppy classes. Proceedings of the Companion Animal Behaviour Therapy Study Group.
  • Mills, D., Gandia Estelles, M., Coleshaw, P., & Shorthouse, C. (2003). Restrospective analysis of the treatment of firework fears in dogs. Veterinary Record, 153, 561-562.
  • Osella, M., Bergamaso, L., Odore, R., Beck, A., & Gazzano, A. (2015). Adaptive mechanisms in dogs adopted from shelters: a behavioural assessment of the use of a synthetic analogue of the canine appeasing pheromone. Dog Behaviour, 1-12.
  • Sheppard, G., & Mills, D. (2003). Evaluation of the dog appeasing pheromone (DAP) as a potential treatment for dogs fearful of fireworks. Veterinary Record, 152, 432-436.
  • Siracusa, C., Manteca, X., Cuenca, R., del Mar Alcala, M., Alba, A., Lavin, S., & Pastor, J. (2010). Effect of a synthetic appeasing pheromone on behavioural, neuroendocrine, immune, and acute-phase perioperative stress responses in dogs. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 237, 673-681.
  • Taylor, K., & Mill D, S. (2007). A placebo-controlled study to investigate the effect of dog appeasing pheromone (DAP) and other environmental and management factors on the reports of disturbances and house soiling during the night in recently adopted puppies (Canis familiaris). Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 105, 358-368.

ADAPTIL "comforting messages" help dogs cope with stressful situations