We've talked before about the actual science of this, and how CBD calms down your
pet. But let's talk about some of the most popular uses of these products during a
When do we see a lot of sales?
Consider these calendar dates and whether your furry friend could benefit from a bit of
CBD to help deal with anxiety. Cannabis has a lot of overall wellness value for both
people and pets, but it has more specific applications, too.
Fourth of July
People love fireworks, but dogs are usually not as enthusiastic.
The fourth July is prime firework time, and things can get very stressful for your four-
legged friend. CBD can help as can keeping your dog inside and away from the loud
noises as much as possible. Does your town have a fireworks ordinance? If not, there’s
no limit to the booms and bangs that might have your canine clawing the carpet and
whining under the bed.
New Year's Day
New Year's Day is another calendar day where lots of people like to give their dog a
CBD treat. First, it's a celebratory time, so having special treats is a good idea. But
there's also quite a lot of fireworks on this day, and even people shooting off guns in
some cases, which consists of a lot of that loud noise the dogs don't like!
Maybe you're getting ready to host family around Thanksgiving or Christmas. This is
another popular time for delivering CBD treats to pet owners so that they can calm their
animals as they get an unusual amount of company in the house. Animals can be
territorial and stressed out by having a lot of visitors in their personal spaces, which they
often considered to be their “nests.” In some cases, CBD can help the animal to relax
and be less aggressive.
Whenever your pet is making a trip to the veterinarian, he or she may have extra
anxiety. So this can be another good time to break out the CBD.
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and our customer service model that makes us one of the top providers in the area, and
an excellent CBD drop shipper for your pet’s dosing routine. Get what you need to help
your little mutt or kitty feel better under stress – because who among us doesn’t
experience anxiety from time to time?