• 92.6% of ALL respondents favor Canna-Pet® to SOME, MOST or ANY medications*
  • 95.0% report Canna-Pet® provides PAIN RELIEF*
  • 78.6% report Canna-Pet® helps MUSCLE SPASMS*

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Jayden

Canna-Pet has helped my 14 year old, 90 lb pooch immensely with his arthritis & hip dysplasia. Of course old age & time will always pass, but since using Canna-pet his baseline range of mobility has hardly gone down. Some days he actually seems to maneuver better than he did a couple years ago. I…

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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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Junior

Junior was diagnosed with bladder cancer in October of last year. I was told that after 13 adventured filled years together, there would likely be less than six months more. I was crushed but thrilled to know we had time. We discovered the cancer because he had stones trying to pass from his bladder. As…

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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. They did not give us much hope so we brought her home to nurse her. I started making her food and giving you her product. She is still with us, happy,…

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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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Kuvasz

Thank you Canna-pet for giving our 13 year old Kuvasz, Lacey a new zest for life! Lacey was having problems keeping up on walks and had a difficult time with stairs. She was even walking with a limp. After a week on the advanced capsules she no longer walks with a limp and has no…

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Butter

Butter is undergoing her second round of radiation for an inoperable large cancerous tumor in her head. Canna-pet helps her to make it through. Keeps her comfortable and I believe a secondary benefit is enabling her to have less stiffness in her joints.

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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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Buddy Lee

Have had him on CBD for 4 months now and what an improvement. He goes up/down stairs with no issue. He has loud raspy breath but is on steroids for that.

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Sassy

I enjoy the company of 2 miniature pinchers. Both are 13 years old. Sassy is an very old soul & her body has aged like a nice little old lady. A friend with a 17 year old miniature recommended that I try canna pet. She said it definitely helped her old guy. We’ve almost finished our…

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Crüe

Life is full of surprises and every now and then they’re good! Crüe began taking Canna-Pet Advanced for large dogs several months ago. Bow-wow-WOW, it’s been a game changer. I’m generally not a believer in this sort of thing. In fact when it comes healthcare I’m conservative, cautious and risk adverse. After a fair amount…

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Bruce

Bruce has always been a high strung pug, especially with fireworks and loud storms, so on the recommendation of a colleague, I tried Canna Pet and it worked wonders. Later on, Bruce herniated a disc and would have a type of spasm in his rear end as well as inflammation in his spinal canal where…

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Max

I removed Max from Tramadol and Rimadyl for moderate soft tissue and osteoarthritic changes including trauma to the cranial cruciate ligament and medially luxating patella approximately 3 weeks after his initial injury. I was very concerned about the long-term side effects of the prescription medications and searched for a more natural solution. I came across…

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Olaf

Olaf ‘s vet guesstimated him to be around 19. , when he was found collapsed in someone’s backyard in the dead of winter, as I do hospice, I agreed to take him, if he survived the hypothermia…he is an awesome little guy, and is very happy, I didn’t expect him ( neither did his vet)…

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Beauregard

My 10 year old retired service dog was just diagnosed with IVDD and was in considerable pain. He was prescribed a myriad of medications, one of which was detrimental to his liver and kidney function if given long term. Upon a recommendation I tried Canna-pet and was amazed at the results! I wouldn’t say he…

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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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Sophie

Sophie is no doubt a big dog…who thinks she’s a cat. She used to lay on the head rest of the couch and sleep on top of the pool table; she always manages to find strange places to hang out. She would nap and play in our bed which was pretty high off the ground.…

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Jayli

My Jayli has not had an easily life. Was picked up as a stray at 10 months after having a litter of pups. I adopted her soon after, her health slowly declined… She was at the vet constantly for her allergies and nothing helped. After a year I took her health into my own hands…

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Buzz Lightyear

Buzz has issues with his right front lower leg which vet says might be shin splints. Always the hunter, Buzz likes to chase rabbits across the Alaskan countryside but as he gets older the rabbits seem to get faster and he pays for it by coming back home limping. He messages leg with his mouth…

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Ashley

Canna-Pet CBD capsules helped our Ashley thru chemo and helps to calm her and keep her comfortable as she also has hip dysplasia as well as canine COPD. We swear by these and continue to give her the capsules on a daily basis. Ashley has been in remission from Lymphoma since August 2015. Canna-pet CBD…

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Lexi

When Lexi came home with us at 8 weeks old she was just like every other puppy. By 5 months old she started having trouble walking. By 9 months she couldn’t walk on her own at all and was dependent on her cart. It was discovered she had severe scoliosis. Her spine was bent in…

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Although many joint issues (including arthritis) are not curable, they can be managed if treated early. If you notice that your pet is reluctant to run or jump, yelps when you touch a specific area, or is skipping out on their favorite activities, then it’s time to take action. We can help put that extra pep back in your pet’s step.

*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.