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

Believe it or not, seizures don’t just happen to humans. Unfortunately, many of our beloved pets suffer from status epilepticus (epilepsy), too–including dogs. Dog epilepsy is one of the “silent epidemics” that affects dogs across the world. Dog seizures aren’t spoken of as often as hip dysplasia or fleas & ticks, but that doesn’t mean…

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dog anxiety

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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Causes of Vomiting & Diarrhea in Cats

For any pet owner, a vomiting cat or a cat with diarrhea is cause for concern. Since cats are vulnerable to a wide variety of different causes of an upset stomach, chances are, one or both has happened to your pet, but it’s often hard to know what to do. Do you rush them into…

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What to Do If Your Dog Has a Fever

Have you noticed that your four-legged friend hasn’t been feeling himself lately? You know he must be sick because he is coughing, you’ve noticed he’s been a bit lethargic, and despite his warm ears, he is shivering. Your pet has a fever, or in medical terms, pyrexia. Fevers have many different symptoms, causes, and treatments…

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Glaucoma in Cats: Causes, Signs, & Treatment

Similar to glaucoma in humans or glaucoma in dogs, feline glaucoma occurs when the fluid inside the eye, located directly behind the lens, builds up and does not drain properly. This fluid is called aqueous humor, and is not to be confused with tears which coat the outside of the eye. Tears and aqueous humor…

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Signs of Dementia in Cats & How to Manage

Can cats get dementia? Unfortunately, yes they can. Just as aging humans can develop dementia, your beloved pets can also decline mentally as they age. In fact, cat dementia has many similarities to human Alzheimer’s disease, with the causes and symptoms just as puzzling. Health complications and disorders are inevitable in aging cats, and cat…

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Common Causes of Aggression in Dogs

Do you dread taking your dog for a walk because you know if he sees another dog he will start barking, growling, or lunging towards them? You wonder why your cute and cuddly pal all of a sudden turns aggressive when he goes outside. There are many underlying factors that can cause aggression in your…

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New Kitten Checklist

Congratulations! If you’re reading this, chances are 1) you’re in the process of adding a kitten to your home, or 2) you’re reading this while your new kitten scampers around and you’re frantically trying to piece together what it is you need to raise said feline right. This helpful checklist is designed to help you…

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Cat Not Eating? Causes of Appetite Loss in Cats

Some cats are picky about what they eat. Our furry friends can be very particular about what they put into their bodies. But what about a kitty that won’t eat at all? That can be a big problem. What’s The Big Deal? If your cat isn’t eating, their body has to use their reserve of…

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Cat Leukemia Virus: Causes, Signs, & Treatment

Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is one of the most common infectious diseases in cats, being encountered by two to three percent of all cats in the U.S. Leukemia is also the second leading killer of cats, behind only trauma. The disease kills 85 percent of persistently infected cats within three years of diagnosis. Leukemia can…

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Glaucoma in Dogs: Causes, Signs & Treatment

Just as with humans, canines can sometimes suffer from a condition of the eyes called glaucoma. This is an increase of pressure that has built up inside of the eye. This type of pressure is called intra-ocular pressure, or IOP for short. What is Glaucoma in Dogs? Humans as well as dogs have a normal…

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Lethargy in Dogs: Identifying Possible Causes

It’s a lazy weekend at home, and you are going about your business, cleaning the house, making lunch, doing laundry. As you do, you notice your dog seems to be moping around, sleeping more than normal, and not behaving nearly as joyfully or playfully as he or she usually does. As an animal lover, you…

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