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CSJ Focus

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A totally natural herb mix that has been formulated specifically to encourage dogs to concentrate when training and/or competing. Wonderful positive feedback already being received. (250g foil pouch). Please note 5ml scoop no longer included.

How many trainers and handlers wish their potential champions would just settle down and concentrate on their training and/or during the competitions? 'Focus!' has been compiled specifically for these dogs. Supplied in a 250g foil pouch. Please note 5ml scoop no longer included.

Several top handlers in the various dog sports have trialled this product and are totally convinced it has made a real difference... "Focus! has made a real difference to my youngest 'excitable' high performance Flyball dog. After a short time on Focus! she was noticeably more controlled in the ring and concentrating significantly better on her racing. Focus! has significantly improved the consistency of my dog's performance, and I strongly recommend it." Martin Eubank, Live Wires Flyball Team ( 3 x British Champions & former European Champions)

Note: As herbs usually take time to act within the system, it may take 2-3 weeks before the full benefit is realised. Also, after the initial feeding period, it may be possible to reduce the feeding rate, whilst maintaining the benefits. This should upon each individual dog. 

Comes in a 250 g Foil Pouch

Size of DogDaily Amount (5ml scoop)
Small (0 - 10kg)1/2
Medium (10 - 20kgs)1
Large (20 - 30 kgs)1 - 2
Giant (30 kgs)2 - 3


Camomile, Lemon Balm, Vervain, Skullcap, Passion Flower.

Camomile is valuable in helping support the nervous system. Commonly known as the most popular herbal tea for a "relaxing sleep", Chamomile is often used as a 'calming and digestive aid'. It can also help maintain healthy skin.

Lemon Balm is known for its 'calming' action. It was thought historically that Lemon Balm relieved melancholy or in our modern terms "stress". 

Vervain's main property is to help support the nervous system but is also a 'calmer' and can help give the dog a general 'boost'.

Skullcap can be beneficial for dogs showing signs of excitability and general restlessness. Simply sprinkle the dry herbs over your dog's dinner (if feeding dry kibble, ideally drizzle a drop of water or Salmon Oil before adding the herbs so that they 'adhere' to the kibble).