Who doesn’t love a good treat? Now add a little CBD to it and you’ve got something special. In a crunchy treat formulated for both taste and improved wellbeing, we’ve created the perfect dog treat for better physical health and reduced anxiety. Packed with 15mg of organic, broad spectrum CBD per bite, our latest Pet Treats (450mg) for Stress & Anxiety make giving your dog a treat super chill if you know what we mean.
- Broad Spectrum CBD (450mg)
- Calming Extracts of Chamomile, Passion Flower, and Valerian Root
- Mood-Boosting L-Tryptophan and GABA
- Human-Grade, Soy-Free, and Vegan
- Delicious Sweet Potato Flavor
- Good for doggos big and small
Meet Our Pet Treats for Stress & Anxiety
Bursting with all the vitamins and nutrients your pet needs for better mental wellbeing and physical health, our Pet Treats for Stress & Anxiety (450mg) deliver calming and mood-boosting vitamins and nutrients for dogs experiencing heightened levels of agitation.
Harnessing the power of calming extracts like chamomile, passion flower, and valerian root, and combining them with mood-boosting L-Tryptophan and GABA, our treats bring your favorite pooches into a restful state of calm, reducing their overall stress, bad behavior, and potential for aggression.
CBD Oil For Dogs
Thankfully due to the endocannabinoid system found in dogs, the effects presented in humans after taking CBD oil can also be seen in dogs.
CBD Oil For Cats
While some may believe CBD oil for cats isn’t beneficial to them, this is untrue as the endocannabinoid system found in cats makes them perfectly suited to its effects.
Is Your Pet Stressed and Anxious?
In the busyness of our modern schedules—particularly when bringing your pet to work isn’t an option—being a dog or cat owner means giving your pet the love and attention it needs can be a challenge. And when your pet feels frustrated, neglected, or even scrutinized, it can feel a sense of pressure like anyone else.
When this pressure builds up, it can lead to destruction, aggression, bathroom accidents, or other bad behavior.
Dogs usually feel nervous or anxious for one of three reasons: fear, a phobia, or general anxiety.
Determining which one can be difficult, but all can exhibit the same unfortunate side effects on the physical and mental health of your pooch. A “skittish” pup can turn into the Tasmanian Devil if you fail to address the signs of stress and anxiety early on.
So, how can you tell when your dog is anxious?
Here are a few signs to look out for.
Signs of Stress and Anxiety in Your Pet
When mounting stress and anxiety begin to present themselves in your furry friends, you’ll notice a few tell-tale signs that it’s time to take action.
A few of the most common signs of heightened stress and anxiety include…
- Whining or Barking
- Body Language
- Bathroom accidents
Now, that you know what to look for, it’s time to figure out the main culprit…
What Causes Stress & Anxiety Issues in Pets?
While anxious fear is a normal response in pets—it’s part of their natural instincts—there’s a difference between rational and irrational fear. In the case of a hyper-anxious pet, this sense of fear may exhibit itself as an intense fear around a certain person, object, or situation. For example, running bath water may freak your dog out if they don’t like the baths.
A phobia is the long-term sensation that’s associated with fear. If a fear isn’t gradually resolved through exposure, it will become a phobia for your pet. For example, if your pet hates baths and the issue isn’t addressed early on, the simple act of moving your dog into the bathroom can trigger an extremely adverse reaction such as whining, hiding, and in some cases, incontinence.
If your pet seems to always be on the edge, this is likely generalized anxiety. While a fight or flight response is normal in virtually all developed life forms, being in a constant state of fight or flight can be incredibly taxing on both the mental and physical health of your dog. In these cases, since there is no fear or phobia to address, in many cases the only solution is an external one—often related to calming supplements like CBD.
Here’s What You Can Do About It
Offer your dog some tasty relief.
If you want to reward your pet for obedience, why not improve your dog or cat’s health while you’re at it?
Similar to humans, our pets experience anxiety and stress the same way we do. However, the difference is we can do something about it. By identifying and diagnosing stress within our pets, we can offer help through attention, diet, and even treats.
Using a host of naturally calming extracts and mood-boosting nutrients, our Pet Treats for Stress & Anxiety help bring a stress-relieving sense of calm to your pet’s body and mind granting them a greater sense of peace and a higher quality of life.