Pet Remedy

Plug In Diffuser

The Pet Remedy Plug In Diffuser is a completely natural way to help relieve stress and anxiety in all pets which starts to work immediately once dispensed. 

The water-based, PH neutral formula within the Plug In Diffuser contains a blend of oils including valerian and vetivert which is slowly released into the air to create a calming environment. 

Pet Remedy is safe for use with all mammals, birds and reptiles which means if it's your dogs or rabbits that need some help to relieve their anxiety or even a horse, parrot, cat or tortoise this natural calming aid will help them de-stress and relax.

Supported by over 3000 veterinary clinics across the UK, over 600 pet professionals and 180 rescue organisations Pet Remedy Plug In Diffuser has proven itself as a leading product to help relieve your pets anxiety.

Helps all Pets

How does Pet Remedy work?

This can get a little technical so do stick with us!...

The Pet Remedy Plug In Diffuser works alongside your pet's brains natural ‘messengers’ called neurotransmitters, which work by telling the nerve receiving the message either to calm (via GABA pathway) or get ‘fired up’. 

Pet Remedy actives engage with your pets own natural calming mechanisms by mimicking GABA (gamma amino butyric acid) so that when your pet is stressed the nerve cells are encouraged into thinking they are getting a message from the brain to calm, this is why it starts to help relax them instantly.

The special blend of essential oils used within the Pet Remedy Plug In Diffuser is primarily valerian based using a low concentration which calms the nerves of anxious or stressed pets effectively without sedating or causing drowsiness.

How do I use the Plug In Diffuser?

The Pet Remedy Plug In Diffuser should be plugged into a normal socket in a room where your pet spends most of their time. 

When turned on a small heated ring inside the unit warms up which then draws the actives up the wick and into the surrounding areas to deliver a constant, slow release of liquid into the air of your room which has a very gentle and calming effect on your pets metabolism.

The Plug In Diffuser is most effective for your pet if left switched on in most situations of stress unless you are specifically working to relieve home alone separation anxiety when you may be able to try just turning it on when you leave.

With a long lasting release of up to 8 weeks the Pet Remedy Plug In Diffuser provides incredible value with efficient and effective calming. The plug itself should generally be replaced after 4 uses and separate refill bottles are available.

Complete the Set - Refill Bottles

Once your Plug In Diffuser runs out you can simply replace with refill bottles available here.

When can I use Pet Remedy?

Ideal for helping relieve stress associated with; fireworks, travel, rabbit bonding, separation anxiety, loss of companion, new home, new pet in house, change of routine, visit to vets, aggression, spraying, soiling, over grooming, as well as many other stressful situations.

What's in Pet Remedy?

The blend of Valerian, Vetiver, Sweet Basil, and Clary Sage is a low concentration, water-based formula which is non-sedating and delivers a constant and slow release.

All Valerian oil is sourced from Europe where valerian plants are grown organically using only pig manure as fertiliser.

What does Pet Remedy Smell of?

The formulation comprises a unique blend of absolute and essential oils. Valerian has a distinctive earthy aroma which is blended with the sweeter scents of Vetiver, Basil, and Clary Sage to create a pleasant balanced aroma. The smells cannot be neutralised because it would compromise the special calming properties of each ingredient.

What if my pet still gets excited?

Pet Remedy helps pets by calming their nerves which in turn allows them to become more settled and aware of their surroundings rather than focusing on their fear. This also makes them more receptive to you so that you can help them through the anxious situation.

While Pet Remedy will help relax excited nerves there can still sometimes be the matter of learnt behaviour to deal with. For instance, if your dog normally barks when the doorbell goes there is every possibility they will continue that behaviour and still react by barking even if their nerve cells are calmed. But it is by using Pet Remedy to help calm them that in turn makes a dog more receptive and attentive to you which allows you to hopefully begin building their confidence and working on behaviour modification. 

Can it help when Bonding Rabbits?

Yes! Pet Remedy is safe to use for rabbits at any time of stress, whether it's fireworks, illness, moving house, bonding or at other times they are anxious.

For indoor bunnies place the Plug In Diffuser in a room where they spend their time getting to know each other to provide a steady and constant release.

If your bunnies live outside you should consider a Pet Remedy Calming Spray and spray a little on a damp cloth then wipe it over each bunny in turn and repeat a few times. This is called scent swapping and helps both bunnies smell the same. Do this before and after each bonding session. You can also spray a little on the inside walls of their hutch or on a cloth which you hang. Available to buy here.

We always recommend seeking advice from your local vet for advice about bonding.


  • See it in action watch the video below
  • Safe for all mammals, birds & reptiles
  • Helps pets relax and calm (humans too!)
  • Steady & constant release
  • Starts to help immediately
  • Lasts up to 8 weeks
  • Coverage up to 650sq ft (large room)
  • Refill bottles available
  • Completely natural formula
  • Contains organic valerian
  • Non-sedating & non drowsy
  • Water-based & PH neutral
  • Safe for use on your pet's skin and coat
  • Can be used in conjunction with Pet Remedy Sprays

Additional Information

Clinical trials conducted by Exeter University and the Animal Behaviour Centre in Manchester both concluded that there was evidence Pet Remedy is effective in tackling and reducing stress in dogs. Clinical trials in other species are currently being carried out by Lisbon and Bristol University.

Always consult your vet if your pet shows signs of stress or you observe any behavioural changes.

Learn More - Watch the Video