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VET IQ SERENE-UM Calming Tablets are formulated to naturally calm and de-stress your cat or dog.




Mark & Chappell


Cat, Dog

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VET IQ SERENE-UM Calming Tablets are recommended for use in animals having trouble with aggression, separation anxiety, hyperactivity, anxiety, or fireworks.

Serene-UM Calming Tablets are a natural dietary supplement, which contains natural ingredients required to produce increased amounts of a mood stabilising substance, already present in the body, called serotonin. Serotonin is produced by the body naturally from nutrients in the diet; these nutrients form the basis for Serene-UM Calming Tablets, effectively giving the body the raw ingredients to produce more serotonin, the substance that makes your pet feel happy and rewarded.

They are tasty and easy to administer.

Active Ingredients Major Function


Transmission of neural signals in the brain

Vitamin B3

Energy release from foods; brain/nerve cell maintenance


Stabilise and maintain brain/nervous system health


Protein building block; regulation of mood, appetite and sleep


Bone structure maintenance and muscle contraction

Vitamin B6

Amino acid metabolism


Bone formation, cell-mediated immunity and host defense

Vitamin E

Stability of muscular activity and in the regulation of cellular oxidation processes


Prevention and treatment of certain necrotising diseases in domestic animals.

Vitamin D3

Regulation of calcium and phosphorus homeostasis and bone mineralisation

30 tablets


Animal Weight Range Recommended Amounts
Small Cats  Up to 2.5kg ¼ tablet twice daily
Large Cats 2.5 – 5kg ½ tablet, twice daily
Small Dogs Up to 5kg ½ tablet, twice daily
Medium Dogs 5 - 10kg 1 tablet, twice daily
Large Dogs 10 - 20kg 2 tablets, twice daily


Please consult your veterinary surgeon if your pet suffers from any anxiety or aggression-based behavioural disorders.

It is ideal to instigate a behavioural modification training plan in conjunction with calming supplements, and your vet or animal behaviour specialist will be best placed to help you work out the best plan for your pet.