• 92.6% of ALL respondents favor Canna-Pet® to SOME, MOST or ANY medications*
  • 82.3% report Canna-Pet® helps REDUCE VOMITING OR NAUSEA*
  • 70.8% report Canna-Pet® helps DIGESTIVE TRACT PROBLEMS*

 

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Wilford

My Wilford (cat, 14+ years old) has a long history of orthopedic and digestive woes, vomiting a lot and eventually rejecting food. Besides not feeling well but still wanting to eat, he would look at his food and walk away. Vet after vet all said the same thing; told me to plan for the “end”.…

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Zoey

She is in congestive heart failure and is on meds that made her appetite nearly nonexistent. The Canna-Pet biscuits have brought her appetite back and she doesn’t seem to be struggling as much to climb up onto the furniture. Definitely recommend Canna-Pet!

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Trixie

She will be 14 yrs old in September. She has arthritis and was starting to not want to eat. I started her on the Canna-Pet biscuits and she is eating Iike she used to and is able to climb the stairs much easier.

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Leo

The Vet school gave him two weeks to a month to live. They told me I would have to make a decision and call my vet when the time was obvious. I started him on your product as well as a liver-up herbal blend (I give by syringe with aloe vera juice). He is better…

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Lonnie Boy

Lonnie Boy came into our household at the age of 5 months. We adopted him from the Baja Animal Sanctuary, Baja Calif, Mexico. Lonnie Boy was a very easy dog to please. He ate free food–dry pellets–most of his life. We did a DNA analysis on Lonnie and found out that he was a Husky…

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Annie

Our Annie has irritable bowel and terrible arthritis. We almost lost her earlier this year and she spent a week at the animal hospital on meds they said she needed the rest of her life. They did not give us much hope so we brought her home to nurse her. I started making her food,…

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Sam

My foster border collie has a lot of anxiety which caused her to exhibit some aggressive behavior with my other dogs. The vet put her on an anti-anxiety drug, Clomicalm. We were unaware that it could upset her stomach. It caused her to get really sick. The vet took her off of the medication for…

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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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Gizmo

Our Gizmo has cut her “traditional” pain meds in half and eats more, and eats more consistently. Love it!!

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Tinkerbell

The photograph of Tinkerbelle was taken in her glamorous days. She is 18 years old now. She had slowed down quite a bit, and when my daughter moved back in with her cat, she began hiding in the closet and not coming down to cuddle with us. The Vet diagnosed her with renal disease and…

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Duke

Since starting CannaPet Sir Duke has less problem with his allergies, anxiety, and a better appetite.

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Poco

Poco had 2 long lasting episodes the month of August. I had ordered the biscuit bundle, but he needed a larger dose. I was worried he wouldn’t like the oil/capsules because he’s a very picky eater! I’m on disability so it was hard to spend the money all at once to buy the capsules &…

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Beppe

Canna-pet has been wonderful for Beppe’s very fragile little stomach. The littlest thing will cause him to vomit. When that happens, we give him a Canna biscuit and the vomiting clears right up!

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Spider

About a week after starting my 17-year-old tabby boy Spider, on Canna-Pet, he started acting like a new cat! He has always been a picky eater, and over the last year he has at times completely stopped eating and lost half a kilo in weight. Since being on Canna-Pet, he has been eating really well…

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Cutie

My pom/chu I bought her for $100 when A breeder was selling her at the young age of 2weeks old, since cutie was separated from her mother pup to early she did not learn many things other pups learn from there mothers she in return developed anxiety issues, IBS , and canine OCD with severe…

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*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.