Hyper Helper

Hyper Helper

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Too much energy? This solution can help calm the hyperactive, high-strung animal but also those who just need to instill a brief pause between thought and action. Helps balance out-of-control physical urges with softer, more controlled behaviors.

This product is formulated for all animals.

Jackson Galaxy Solutions are the first and only line of flower essence blends created specifically for animals by a holistic veterinarian and animal behaviorist. These solutions have been helping to improve pet health and well-being for over 20 years.

  • All-natural formula that helps to bring your pets body back into balance
  • Apply 3-4 times a day for best results
  • How Do They work? What issues do they treat? Click here for more details and additional FAQs
  • 2 oz bottle
  • Need a spray top? Click here to add it to your cart.

Special Note: Jackson Galaxy Solutions work best when part of a more holistic program, that may include proper veterinary care, diet, behavior modification, and other holistic modalities. Consult your veterinarian before adding any new product to your pets care regimen. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Store in a cool, dark place and keep out of reach of animals.

 

Ingredients: This solution contains Natural Spring Water, Alcohol (as a preservative), Essence of Lotus, Lakshmi, Full Color Spectrum, Reiki Energy, and the following essences: Aspen, Beech, Bramble, Canna Lily, Cats Claw, Chiton, Coco Plum, Douglas FIr, Elm, Five-Flower Remedy, Florida Tidal Pool, Golden Areca Palm, Hawthorn Tree, Holly, Mimulus, Mosquito, Mountain Pool, Pelican, Russian Olive, Scleranthus, Sorrel Vine, Spring Sandwort, Sweet Chestnut, Walnut.

Customer Reviews

Based on 38 reviews
68%
(26)
18%
(7)
3%
(1)
5%
(2)
5%
(2)
A
Audra Napolitano (Milford, US)
Finally calmed my boy!

I have a 1.5 year old high energy siamese mix. We play for 2 hours before work and he is still a bundle of energy as I'm trying to work from home. One drop rubbed onto his fur and he now accepts it's time for him to rest. He gets another couple of hours of play before bedtime. I've also noticed that he's not as brutal of a hunter and our wand toys survive a play session now. Thank you for giving me back my sanity!

A
Amber (Denver, US)
Is this a Dream?

This is long, but I am so impressed that I have to share. I bought this (and some new toys) as a last ditch effort to get some work done at home. My cat is constantly begging for attention. We will play very rigorously for about 30 minutes, stop while he pants for a while, and repeat. And repeat. And repeat. The moment I look at my phone or computer, he's dropping toys in my lap and meowing at me until I play again. It's easy to deal with when he wants to play fetch, but sometimes he's in a more murder-y mood. I try to ignore him when he gets loud, but it's pretty incessant and at that just-right pitch--you know the one. Ignoring him sets off the naughty behavior, and then he's knocking art off the walls and climbing clothes in the closet. For the record, it's always play he wants not food. He doesn't care much about food if he can't chase it around. But I'm also not going to reward this behavior with treats, so he knows that's not on the table once he's like this.

He is well trained (come, sit, stay, up, down, and learning more), and I try to do training sessions when he's like this to get him to calm down, use his brain, and actually earn the social rewards he wants. It works for a while, but he's still a cat, so it's only a temporary distraction. So this was my last chance before putting on real pants I bought this (and some new toys) as a last ditch effort to get some work done at home. and finding a cafe to work in all day. My expectations were low.

But. But! It's been a out 3 weeks of irregular application. The first week, I didn't notice much, but I had nothing to lose, so I kept it up. I rub it into his fur once every other day now, and it's unbelievable how much calmer he is. We still play a lot, of course, but it's in shorter increments with much longer gaps in between. I'm talking 15-20 minutes of intense play, and he's good for like 2-3 hours! And he's not even screaming at me anymore when he wants to play. He just meows once or twice, brings me whatever he wants to play with, and lays down once he's breathing hard. Now he mostly demands attention by quietly laying on or next to me while I'm working or reading. He slept on my lap for 30 straight minutes today and only moved to sit against me again. Where is my cat?! What is this gentle beast that replaced the animal so mischievous and questionably evil that I named him Yokai?

J
June DuCap (Port Orange, US)
My hyper boy

I’m trying to introduce a male kitten to my female kitten. He is two months younger and twice her size. He was very aggressive at first. We tried bully solution. It made a slight difference. I decided to add hyper helper along with the bully solution. He is definitely calmer. After four months together, we still have to keep them separated. Hopefully soon. Definitely recommend trying the products

M
Myrtle Pfister
Amazing

I got this to help my kitten who adopted me. She had been dumped and appeared in my yard screaming. She had some aggressive tendencies. The finger biting I got under control fast ,but she literally will run and bounce off walls, jump in other cats faces and drive anyone nuts. Yes she was about 4 months old when she picked me,but I had a hard time holding her...I tried this product and she wants to be held, will purr and even kiss me.She does not jump off the walls but acts like a normal healthy active kitten. She has made friends with my two kitties..they really disliked her at the start...but the product has helped her control her out of control tendencies. I have used it on another cat and have had the same result. I love this product...I don't want to be without it. Sometimes I spray it on my hand and pet her as I hold her and sometimes I spray into the air..it works both ways but faster if I apply it to her fur as I am holding her.

J
JC (Atlanta, US)
Crazy Cat

I’ve never quite had a cat like my Lilly. She’s a bit crazy and jumps when you try to touch her. And she can’t stand to have anything hanging on the wall and all my shelves are bare, too. She even tries to get he mirror off the bathroom wall. She simply goes nuts with everything in the environment … enter hyper helper. For the first time in two years she has calmed down. Another first is that she now lies on my lap and simply chills out. Thank you Cat Daddy!

Customer Reviews

Based on 38 reviews
68%
(26)
18%
(7)
3%
(1)
5%
(2)
5%
(2)
A
Audra Napolitano (Milford, US)
Finally calmed my boy!

I have a 1.5 year old high energy siamese mix. We play for 2 hours before work and he is still a bundle of energy as I'm trying to work from home. One drop rubbed onto his fur and he now accepts it's time for him to rest. He gets another couple of hours of play before bedtime. I've also noticed that he's not as brutal of a hunter and our wand toys survive a play session now. Thank you for giving me back my sanity!

A
Amber (Denver, US)
Is this a Dream?

This is long, but I am so impressed that I have to share. I bought this (and some new toys) as a last ditch effort to get some work done at home. My cat is constantly begging for attention. We will play very rigorously for about 30 minutes, stop while he pants for a while, and repeat. And repeat. And repeat. The moment I look at my phone or computer, he's dropping toys in my lap and meowing at me until I play again. It's easy to deal with when he wants to play fetch, but sometimes he's in a more murder-y mood. I try to ignore him when he gets loud, but it's pretty incessant and at that just-right pitch--you know the one. Ignoring him sets off the naughty behavior, and then he's knocking art off the walls and climbing clothes in the closet. For the record, it's always play he wants not food. He doesn't care much about food if he can't chase it around. But I'm also not going to reward this behavior with treats, so he knows that's not on the table once he's like this.

He is well trained (come, sit, stay, up, down, and learning more), and I try to do training sessions when he's like this to get him to calm down, use his brain, and actually earn the social rewards he wants. It works for a while, but he's still a cat, so it's only a temporary distraction. So this was my last chance before putting on real pants I bought this (and some new toys) as a last ditch effort to get some work done at home. and finding a cafe to work in all day. My expectations were low.

But. But! It's been a out 3 weeks of irregular application. The first week, I didn't notice much, but I had nothing to lose, so I kept it up. I rub it into his fur once every other day now, and it's unbelievable how much calmer he is. We still play a lot, of course, but it's in shorter increments with much longer gaps in between. I'm talking 15-20 minutes of intense play, and he's good for like 2-3 hours! And he's not even screaming at me anymore when he wants to play. He just meows once or twice, brings me whatever he wants to play with, and lays down once he's breathing hard. Now he mostly demands attention by quietly laying on or next to me while I'm working or reading. He slept on my lap for 30 straight minutes today and only moved to sit against me again. Where is my cat?! What is this gentle beast that replaced the animal so mischievous and questionably evil that I named him Yokai?

J
June DuCap (Port Orange, US)
My hyper boy

I’m trying to introduce a male kitten to my female kitten. He is two months younger and twice her size. He was very aggressive at first. We tried bully solution. It made a slight difference. I decided to add hyper helper along with the bully solution. He is definitely calmer. After four months together, we still have to keep them separated. Hopefully soon. Definitely recommend trying the products

M
Myrtle Pfister
Amazing

I got this to help my kitten who adopted me. She had been dumped and appeared in my yard screaming. She had some aggressive tendencies. The finger biting I got under control fast ,but she literally will run and bounce off walls, jump in other cats faces and drive anyone nuts. Yes she was about 4 months old when she picked me,but I had a hard time holding her...I tried this product and she wants to be held, will purr and even kiss me.She does not jump off the walls but acts like a normal healthy active kitten. She has made friends with my two kitties..they really disliked her at the start...but the product has helped her control her out of control tendencies. I have used it on another cat and have had the same result. I love this product...I don't want to be without it. Sometimes I spray it on my hand and pet her as I hold her and sometimes I spray into the air..it works both ways but faster if I apply it to her fur as I am holding her.

J
JC (Atlanta, US)
Crazy Cat

I’ve never quite had a cat like my Lilly. She’s a bit crazy and jumps when you try to touch her. And she can’t stand to have anything hanging on the wall and all my shelves are bare, too. She even tries to get he mirror off the bathroom wall. She simply goes nuts with everything in the environment … enter hyper helper. For the first time in two years she has calmed down. Another first is that she now lies on my lap and simply chills out. Thank you Cat Daddy!