Monday, July 13, 2020

CBD Treats for your dog

I received these products from Dope Dog for review.  If you have an older dog with aching joints, or a dog that suffers from anxiety, these CBD dog treats could help them out.  CBD treats actually have many wellness benefits, like managing joint pain, anxiety, epilepsy + seizures, arthritis, pain + aging and allergies.  They can also help dogs feel more relaxed when they have more serious health issues.  Dogs are especially responsive to CBD because they have the highest concentration of cannabinoid receptors in their brain and bodies compared to other animals, including humans.  And you don't need to worry about your dog getting high on the treats because they are 100% non-psychoactive and THC free.  You can a 20% discount on your order by entering the promo code SUMMERREVIEWS at checkout, or by clicking HERE.   

These Calming Crunchies Asian Carp Recipe Hemp Oil Treats are available for $30 for a 7 oz bag that contains about 36 bite size treats.  Each treat contains about 3 mg of CBD.  It's lab tested for safety, purity and potency. 

Asian Carp is higher in protein than most popular meats such as beef and lamb.  It is naturally high in antioxidants, beneficial fatty acids and low in fat.  Asian Carp is also rich in minerals and vitamins like phosphorus and vitamin B12.  This Asian Carp recipe is designed to support joint health and mobility.

All of the ingredients in these treats are only the highest quality, human grade.  Every ingredient is sourced in the USA and chosen for a specific purpose.  There are no fillers.  

Oatmeal is a great carbohydrate alternative for dogs who may be sensitive to wheat or other grains.  Oats are packed with linoleic acid, a type of omega 6 fatty acide that helps keep skin strong and healthy.  Oatmean is also a great source of fiber, making it beneficial for dogs with bowel irregularity issues.

Coconut oil is a healthy fat that is safe for dogs and humans alike.  It gently elevates the metabolism, provides a higher level of energy and speeds up healing.  Coconut oil can also improve dogs' skin and coat and aid indigestion.

Other ingredients are (of course) CBD isolate, rye flour and rosemary extract, which is a natural preservative.

If you have a finicky dog that won't eat the treats, you can try the unflavored Dope Dog Dropper 200 mg CBD oil.  It costs $45 for a 1 oz bottle, which is approximately 120 servings with 1.7 mg active CBD per serving.  You can drop the oil directly into your dogs' mouth, or into their food, whichever works best.

Made with only two ingredients, it uses a refined coconut oil base to support the premium CBD isolate.  Using the dropper makes it easy to administer and gives you 100% quick release dosage control.  It's perfect for pets with anxiety, aggressive behavior, epilepsy, inflammation, pain/aging or skin and GI tract issues.

My dog prefers the dropper over the treats, but all dogs are different.  And they do have other flavors available.  Check out their website to see their full selection.

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