Research Study Proves Calmer Canine Veterinary Therapy

Northvale, N.J., Feb. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire — ADM Tronics Unlimited, Inc. (OTCQB: ADMT) announced that a recent North Carolina State University (“NCSU”) study of the Calmer Canine non-invasive electrotherapy device has conclusively demonstrated that it is is an effective treatment for canine separation anxiety (“CSA”).

The NCSU-led study of Calmer Canine in the treatment of dogs with CSA was double-blind, randomized, and placebo-controlled – the “gold standard” for efficacy evaluations of therapeutic technologies. By the fourth week of the study, nearly two-thirds of the dogs showed a 100% greater improvement in time spent resting versus being anxious when home alone. Data collected by video analysis of the dogs when they were alone was analyzed by researchers to more accurately assess the severity of CSA.

The Calmer Canine was developed for Assisi Animal Health (“Assisi”) by ADMT and is manufactured at ADMT’s medical device manufacturing facility in Northvale, NJ. ADMT has also developed and manufactured Assisi’s Veterinary Loop anti-inflammatory therapy devices.

The Calmer Canine is a highly innovative, gentle, effective, safe, and drug-free treatment system for CSA, which is a behavior related to anxiety or fear that occurs when an owner leaves their dog alone. The Calmer Canine device delivers targeted pulsed electromagnetic field (tPEMF) signals non-invasively to the area of ​​the brain responsible for anxiety symptoms. It effectively brings the anxious brain back to a more balanced emotional state with lasting effects.

Canine Calmer, applied as two 15-minute treatments daily for 4-6 weeks, effectively reduces the symptoms of ASC, such as incessant barking, destructive behavior and inappropriate urination. In many cases, results can be seen in a short period of time. In the NCSU study, half of owners reported an improvement in their dog’s anxiety after just one week of treatments.

It is estimated that approximately 17% or 13 million dogs in the United States alone suffer from CSA. Effective, non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical therapy can be a major benefit in reducing shelter abandonment, reducing euthanasia, and dramatically improving the relationship between owners and their dogs.

In addition to resolving CSA, Assisi reports that there is anecdotal evidence that the Calmer Canine reduces many other types of anxiety, from stranger anxiety to noise phobia.

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