What Do Customers Use Canna-Pet® For?

In February of 2016 the AHVMA published a report conducted by Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Clinical Sciences. The subject of the survey was Canna-Pet® hemp products. Here are some of their findings: Canna-Pet® in Comparison to Medications and Therapies: 92.6% of ALL respondents favor Canna-Pet® to SOME, MOST or ANY medications. Among Dog Owners…

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Dog Seizures & Natural Remedies

Seizures aren’t just for humans – unfortunately, many of our beloved pets suffer from status epilepticus (epilepsy), too. Canine seizures are one of the “silent epidemics” that affect dogs across the world. Seizures aren’t spoken of as often as hip dysplasia or fleas & ticks, but that doesn’t mean it can’t happen to your dog. Studies report that Idiopathic…

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Dog Anxiety & Natural Remedies: A Complete Guide [Infographic]

Dogs truly are man’s best friend. Yet when left alone – even for a short period of time – some dogs can develop the most common form of canine anxiety, called separation anxiety. Anxiety is a natural response from all intelligent animals, and dogs are no exception. Evolution has imprinted each living organism with a…

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Canna-Pet® as a Natural Alternative to Pet Medications

Many pet owners are not enthusiastic about the potential side-effects of using pharmaceuticals like tramadol, rimadyl, steroids like prednisone, NSAIDs (Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), keppra, gabapentin, cerenia, and prozac, or of the long term effects of administering these medications to companion animals. Canna-Pet® hemp products provide a safe, natural alternative for pets, which their owners can use without…

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5 Best Exercises for Dogs with Arthritis

It’s a fact of life. Just like with people, dogs age. They grow silver and white hair, they become stiff in the joints and slow in their steps, they experience pain, they get grumpy and cantankerous, and they may not be quite as upbeat and peppy as they once were. They also experience degenerative health…

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Is Your Cat in Pain? Common Causes of Pain in Cats

Cats are great, cuddly, low-maintenance pets. And as a cat owner, you do everything you can to make sure they have a good and healthy life. But are you able to tell when your cat is in pain? If you have to really think about it, don’t fret! It can be difficult to notice your…

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Recognizing & Treating Cataracts in Dogs

Have you ever looked into the lens of your furry, four-legged friend and noticed something like a blanket of fog has permanently settled in? Cataracts. A cloudiness that befalls our beloved four-legged friends as the years pass by and old age sets in. Although cataracts are a common problem affecting dogs’ vision, there is still…

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Osteoarthritis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, & Management

Osteoarthritis, also referred to as OA and degenerative joint disease (DJD), is by definition the progressive and permanent deterioration of the cartilage surrounding the body’s joints. While arthritis is a general medical term describing inflammation of the joints, osteoarthritis is the terminology used when referring to a form of chronic joint inflammation directly caused by…

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Kidney Disease in Older Cats

The kidney is a vital organ in the bodies of both humans and cats, filtering blood which circulates back to the heart, and excreting waste in the form of urine. When the kidneys break down, toxic waste products can build up in the bloodstream, causing severe complications that affect the rest of the body. Unfortunately,…

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Dog Hearing Loss: Is Your Dog Deaf?

Dogs are known for their keen senses, especially their great hearing. Unfortunately, hearing loss in dogs, whether partial or complete, is relatively common. This is why it is important to familiarize yourself with common signs that might indicate that your dog is losing his hearing and some ways to cope with this transition. Signs of…

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Cushing’s Disease in Dogs

Dogs are full of life and joy. They provide companionship and endless love to their fur parents, but just like humans, they can succumb to some nasty diseases and disorders that can have a drastic effect on their quality of life. A dog’s health is controlled by a balance of enzymes and hormones that maintain…

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Top 10 Dog Training Tips

Do your dog’s hobbies include begging for table scraps, cuddling on the clean couch, and sprinting off to chase squirrels in the park? None of these activities are unusual or cause for alarm, but it may be time to step in and start training your dog. From bright-eyed puppies to mature dogs, your four-legged friend…

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Inflammatory Arthritis in Dogs

Just as people are faced with arthritis and joint disease, our canine companions may also develop some form of joint disease over the course of their lifetime. Specifically, inflammatory joint disease (although not as common as other forms of canine joint disease) can be a real threat to your dog’s health. Therefore, it’s important as…

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Diabetes in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

A number of diseases that we associate with humans are also found in our furry friends. Diabetes is one of these, and though the actual number of felines with diabetes isn’t known, it’s estimated that up to 2% of cats have it. What is Diabetes? Diabetes is a condition that occurs when the body doesn’t…

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