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Formulated for dogs, this Incredible Skin Spray includes 15 natural ingredients and pure essential oils that provide fast relief from hot spots, bites, sunburn, rashes, eczema, dry skin, ringworm and minor wounds thanks to their proven anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.

My dog likes the taste and puts her head up when I ask if she wants some. No more destroying beds or tearing up stuff when I have to go out. I use it with valerian calming treats.

Seems to work!

If your pet has a medical condition and is taking other medication, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian to ensure that this supplement is safe to use.

I have a tamed feral cat,wanted to sedate him naturally to check one of his eyes,so I bought this product I gave the proper dose as recommended on the bottle,waited for 3 hrs,nothing happened.So it didn’t work at all.

These incredible supplements and health products are made with natural ingredients that you can feel good about giving your pet. With active ingredients like soybean oil, malt syrup, fish oil, molasses, flaxseed oil and chamomile, they’re naturally effective solutions.

By Connie on Jan 11, 2021

Martha Stewart CBD for Pet Soft-Baked Chews for Calm (Chicken + Cranberry flavor, 30 ct)

Martha Stewart CBD for Pet Soft-Baked Chews for Mobility (Chicken + Blueberry flavor, 30 ct)

“Canopy Growth is committed to upholding only the highest standards for animal health, with products backed by a wealth of comprehensive CBD research, and the confidence of our dedicated team of cannabidiol scientists and researchers,” said Dr. Bob Menardi, DVM, Director of Veterinary Technical and Educational Services at Canopy Animal Health. “Martha Stewart CBD for Pet is the happy marriage of Canopy’s science-first approach to animal well-being and Martha Stewart’s passion for providing animal lovers with the tools to enrich their pets’ lives. Together, we’re bringing consumers an accessible and effective way to live better.”

“My dogs are not only my companions, but they are part of my family, and I prioritize their emotional and physical well-being as I do my own,” said Martha Stewart. “Just as CBD can support human wellness, it’s been shown to improve the quality of life for pets as well. With the help of the scientists and veterinarians at Canopy Animal Health, I’ve created CBD oil drops and savory soft-baked chews designed to support the health of dogs of all ages, sizes and breeds in delicious gourmet flavors that your canines won’t be able to resist.”

All products from the Martha Stewart CBD for Pet collection are available beginning January 26, 2021, on Canopy Growth’s one-stop ecommerce destination, www.shopcanopy.com, www.marthastewartcbd.com, www.directcbdonline.com and www.vitaminshoppe.com*.

The portfolio of wellness supplements is specially formulated by Martha and leading scientists at Canopy Animal Health to deliver functional products with carefully controlled CBD content for customized daily use in dogs of all sizes and ages. All Martha Stewart CBD for Pet products carry the NASC quality seal, denoting strict adherence to manufacturing, labeling, testing, and marketing guidelines – ensuring the best quality product for your pet. All products are corn, soy and wheat-free, and contain no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives.

Martha Stewart CBD for Pet Wellness Drops (Chicken flavor, 600 mg CBD/bottle) for $39.99

The reasoning for this anxiety can be anything from loud noises to lack of routine or mental stimulation, or separation issues from puppy-hood trauma – especially common for our beloved rescue pups. Any dog-lover will testify to how in-tune canines are to their owners, so they may just be anxious because you are! Addressing the root cause is always the best tactic, but if you have an overly-nervous dog or a situation you can’t avoid, there are ways you can help.

  1. Oat: Oat is another excellent example of nerve-calming herbs for dogs, and it’s very nutritious as well. Everyone knows of rolled oats or steel-cut oats as a breakfast food. However, oat tops (the seed of the plant) or oat straw (the stems/leaves of the plant) are what is used in making nourishing teas. If you aren’t able to get the tea, a simple home remedy is cooked oatmeal which can be added to your dog’s food. It can also help with epilepsy, tremors, and twitching.

Chamomile is also great for easing nausea – making it perfect for dogs who don’t travel well – as well as helping digestion, easing gas (no more blaming Fido) and is one of the best dog supplements for itching when used topically.

Recommended dosing is two to four ounces of cooled oat tea daily for dogs. Reduce the amount given if excitability or vomiting occurs.

Though valerian is generally safe for dogs, large doses may cause digestive upset, and it shouldn’t be used in pregnant dogs.