Fourth of July is just around the corner, which for many pet owners means it’s time to start planning how to cope with this year’s fireworks. For most of our 4-legged friends, fireworks can be threatening and anxiety-inducing. The loud, unpredictable noises make them feel threatened, and result in barking, whining and hiding. Luckily, there are a few things you can do help your dog cope with fireworks and stay calm this Fourth of July:
After what has been a crazy year, we are all ready to make the holidays merry and bright. But seasonal traditions and treats can often be dangerous for our pets. Luckily, there are a few quick and easy steps you can take to ensure your holidays are jolly for us and our furry friends.
CBD products are one of the fastest-growing trends in the pet industry. As a result, a large number of owners are coming into contact with CBD for dogs for the first time. With so many newcomers, and so much information out there to absorb, it can be hard to get clear on exactly what CBD is and how it can support dogs’ health and wellbeing. A few months ago, we wrote an overview on CBD + Pets, providing research, products, and case studies. Here, we will specifically detail three ways in which CBD can help your dog:
As CBD has gained great popularity for its healing properties, people have begun to extend these benefits to their pets as well. In a recent survey conducted by the Veterinary Information Network, an online community of veterinarians, nearly two-thirds of respondents said they were asked about cannabis by their patients at least once a month. People are turning to CBD to help manage pain, arthritis, seizures, and other health problems in their dogs and other pets. Rested Paws recently published an article with a comprehensive guide to CBD and dogs which has shed light on the potential of this natural supplement. But with this recent emergence, many questions are raised: How do I use these products? How much should I use? And, is it even safe? We explore these questions and more to help you determine if CBD is right for your furry friends: