Comfort Zone® Adaptil® Diffuser

The Comfort Zone® Adaptil® Diffuser releases a drug-free, odorless vapor that mimics a dog’s own natural, soothing pheromones. The diffuser works great as a permanent solution in the home.

Comfort Zone® Adaptil® Spray

The Comfort Zone® Adaptil® Spray makes it easy and convenient to spot-treat objects or areas where your dog is displaying his stress-related behaviors. The spray offers a targeted and travel-friendly approach to your dog’s unwanted behaviors.

Comfort Zone® Adaptil® collar

The Comfort Zone® Adaptil® Collar mimics dog-calming pheromones that help signal to your dog that he is safe and secure, reducing excessive indoor barking, whining, trembling, chewing and house soiling.


What could make your dog scared or stressed?

● Confinement
● Frustration
● Lack of exercise
● Loneliness 
Barking is common in shelters and boarding kennels for exactly these reasons. Dogs are pack animals that, by nature, will try to seek comfort or a playmate if they are lonely or bored. If they’re unable to do so, it could cause stress that leads to excessive indoor barking.
What can you do to help?

If your dog is barking due to confinement and/or a lack of exercise, try to provide more space for him to play, and toys to occupy his time and energy.

Try to provide more opportunities for regular exercise so he doesn’t feel “cooped up” too often.

Set up a Comfort Zone® Adaptil® Diffuser in the room where your dog spends most of his time. Comfort Zone® Adaptil® mimics dog-calming pheromones that help signal to your dog that he is safe and secure, reducing his need to bark excessively indoors.

Get more advice on your dog’s behavior

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Dogs love to be with their owners. But if your dog follows you everywhere, it may be a sign that he’s nervous or upset.

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It can be sad to see a dog cowering or acting scared. If you notice these behaviors in your dog, chances are he's experiencing stress.

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Dogs are naturally social creatures/ If your dog keeps hiding in the corner, under the bed, or behind furniture, he's stressed out.