Rodrigo has a laundry list of fears, and most of them are adorable.  He's afraid of baby gates, brooms, and a cleaned or re-arranged garage.  Yep, you read that right.  J used to fix up TransAms and BMWs, and when he started his business this summer, he sold all of the cars and parts.  Rodrigo took one look at our clean and organized garage, backed up and ran to another room.  Nope!  He wasn't having it.  I had to walk with him, while he was glued to my side, around the garage before he gave his okay.  Now he doesn't care.  Adorable.
That is why your pet’s mental and physical state are both major factors to their overall health and well-being. Now how can you ensure optimal mental and physical health for your pet? This goal goes far beyond daily exercise and occasional playtime. The nutritional intake of your pet is one of the most crucial components for their total health and longevity. Having a good dog food formula is important, but you should also feed your dog healthy dog treats as well.
We received a bag of cbdMD dog treats along with CBD oil and other products in exchange for our honest thoughts.  What surprised me was that cbdMD offers dog treats in various strengths, so I requested 750 mg dog treats (I'm used to 200 mg).  And they worked – I saw a difference within 30 minutes.  The first time the dogs tried their new dog treats by cbdMD, I was sitting in my office, fireworks were STILL going off two weeks after the Fourth of July and Rodrigo was panting and trying to get as close to me as possible.
Comprehensive research shows that CBD products have a low side-effect profile. However, the one notable concern is CBD's interaction with enzymes in the liver that metabolize the majority of pharmaceuticals. In most cases, studies have shown that this interaction is uncommon, but it can occur. By delaying the rate a pharmaceutical is metabolized, you potentially raise its potency and its side effects. This could be one of the reasons, CBD is able to lower the use of other pharmaceuticals.
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The American Veterinary Medical Association does not have an official stance on medical marijuana, but cannabis is not FDA-approved for pets. Furthermore, in any given state (even legal states with booming cannabis markets like Colorado), veterinarians are banned from writing prescriptions for cannabis products. In 2015, a bill introduced in the Nevada state legislature that would have allowed pet owners to feed medical marijuana to sick pets was shot down.
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