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We want your help to spread the news about this life-changing treatment

Whether you’ve been through the emotional rollercoaster of anxiety with your own dog, or you have friends, followers, visitors, or clients who may need help with their furry family members, we’d love to have you in our affiliate program.


Share Calmer Canine® information through your website, social accounts, e-newsletter, blog or any other channels you’d like. We’ll say Thank You with a 10% commission on all sales you refer. You can even donate your commission to the pet rescue of your choice. It’s as simple as a banner or product description on your site, a monthly post on your social page, or even sharing the stories of families who tried the treatment.

Just click the button below to submit your application.

As soon as you’re approved, we’ll reach out with digital banners, product copy and images for social posts, PDF brochures and anything else you might need to help us get the word out there. The more people who know about this amazing technology, the more dogs we can help together live happier, healthier lives.

Help us create more success stories like these!


Tulip spent years watching the door and barking constantly while her owner was away. After 28 days of treatment, her barking resolved completely and her need to anxiously wait by the door improved substantially. One year later, she’s still doing great without additional treatment.


Cooper was miserable. He’d look out the window, whining and barking. He was unable to play or rest while his owners were away. After one month of treatment, Cooper’s barking went from 855 times and hour to ZERO! He was finally able to enjoy his alone time.


Granite was an extreme and dangerous case. His separation anxiety drove him to try and chew through his crate, resulting in bleeding injuries. This scary behavior resolved completely after 56 days of treatment and Granite’s owner can now leave him home alone without fearing what she’ll find when she returns.