• 92.6% of ALL respondents favor Canna-Pet® to SOME, MOST or ANY medications*
  • 88.8% report Canna-Pet® AIDS SLEEP*
  • 92.8% report Canna-Pet® provides NERVOUS SYSTEM SUPPORT*

 

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Reggie

Our 10 y.o. min pin, Reggie was literally near euthanasia. The same week we had an appt for that very thing, I grasped at straws, ordering the Canna-Pet capsules, hopeful but skeptical, as was my fiance. He had a ‘suspected’ slipped disc in his neck that only steroids helped to relieve his pain and discomfort…

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Bean

Bean is our 10 year old lab mix who is showing signs of his age so we recently added Canna-Pet to his daily meals. Where he was having trouble getting up from laying down he can get up a little quicker and easier. When we found Bean he had broken both bones in his right…

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Lola

About a year ago Lola started fixating and chewing on her front feet. We did all kinds of diagnostics to include x-rays, and tried all kinds of treatments to include steroids, antibiotics, creams, pain medications, etc. and came to the conclusion that the behavior was a combination of discomfort (arthritis) and neurosis. We finally resorted…

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George

Just ordered today. Cant wait! 15 days later…George has improved to the point that I just finished my second order and have signed up for auto ship. The condition of his skin and coat is remarkable! He looks better than he has in 2 years. Today I came home and found George front paws up…

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Bailey

Bailey came to me in May 2015 as a result of me seeing him on social media and he was at Carson Shelter in California. He was so skinny and would howl and cry in his kennel probably because he was looking for the owners that surrendered him. I had recently followed the senior rescue,…

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Zeus

Amazing news for Zeus. His last eye pressure treatment for his glaucoma ( pre canna pet ) was 31 for his left eye and 50 for his right eye. Anything over 20 is considered high. After several months of consistent Canna-Pet and taking the liquid you sent we had his eyes rechecked this past Monday.…

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Ayla

My beagle Ayla might be 14, but she runs around like a crazy pup now that her joints don’t hurt! And Osita my shih tzu feels a million times better with no more pain from glaucoma. These two love Canna-Pet and I love them!

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Koda

Koda is 11 1/2 years old. He had a spiral fracture from hip to ankle as a puppy and has a steel plate holding everything together. The last few months have been very painful for him. The Canna-Pet capsule and biscuits have life saving. He got on the sofa for the first time in a…

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Tinker

My little dude tinker, 10 lbs and soon to be 13 yes old was diagnosed about the 7 cm sarcoma in his lungs. He coughed constantly due to the pressure on his airway and was totally miserable. There were some days I thought I was going to have to take him in and put him…

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Margarita

My dear dog, Margarita, has a squamous cell carcinoma tumor on the soft palate close to her tonsils. She was having a very hard time sleeping comfortably, she tossed and snored, and chocked in her sleep and several times during the day, when eating her food or going for a walk. One day after starting…

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Zion

The vet put Zion on Tramadol for pain, but I only ended up giving him 2 tablets as they caused him to be confused and generally just unhappy. Chows can be medication sensitive I’ve learned, and that was clearly the case here. Then a friend recommended Canna-pet. Also a chow owner, she raved about how…

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Georgia

Georgia was born with a Chiari Malformation and subsequently diagnosed with Syringomyelia in 2011. In addition to this painful neurological disease, she was also born with luxating patellas and chronic dry eye. I was told not to expect my dog to live past age 3 because syringomyelia is progressive and a point would come when…

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Princess Fiona McSnuggles

Fiona has a brain tumor that sits on the area that controls wake/sleep patterns and temperature regulation. In early June, she began sleeping very little at night. She would pant, bark, walk around and only slept for short periods of time. None of us were getting much sleep at night. My vet recommended CBD oil…

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Watching your pet age can be heartbreaking, but unfortunately, it is inevitable. The good news is, there are ways you can make sure your pet lives the fullest, happiest life possible. General wellness for our pets includes everything from plenty of exercise, a safe & secure home, and of course, a healthy diet. In the same way that you take your vitamins every day, our pets need certain nutrients as well. Canna-Pet can help with that.

Quick Fact: Senior years occur at different ages in different breeds, and probably occur much earlier than most people realize for their petAs a general rule, 7 years is considered senior, and regardless of breed, any dog over age 9 years is considered geriatric.

 

*Survey conducted by Colorado State University, published in the Journal of the AHVMA, 2016. Results are from 457 dog owners, with an opinion, confirming that Canna-Pet® products have helped a moderate amount or a lot with individual issues.