Pet Releaf Introduces Two New All-Natural CBD Products for Dogs

COLORADO: Pet Releaf, an all-natural pet products company, is pleased to announce the addition of two new offerings to its existing product lines. Pet Releaf will debut its new CBD Hemp Oil Capsules and Large Breed “Edibites” at booth #4041 at SuperZoo 2016, August 2-4, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.

Alina Smith, CEO of Pet Releaf, says the new products are a result of increasing customer demand for higher potency products for medium and large breed dogs dealing with more significant health issues.

“Customers have been asking for CBD products that are stronger and for larger breed dogs,” added Smith. “We want to make our CBD Hemp Oil products accessible to all pet parents, and we knew that the best way to accomplish this was by offering our new, higher potency CBD Hemp Oil Capsules and Large Breed Edibites.” The new CBD Hemp Oil Capsules and Large Breed Edibites will join Pet Releaf’s existing line of all-natural CBD products for pets.

Recommended for medium and large breed dogs over 40lbs., Pet Releaf’s new CBD Hemp Oil Capsules offer a hassle-free alternative to administering CBD Hemp Oil. Each bottle is packed with a total of 450mg of CBD, containing 30 capsules with 15mg of CBD per capsule.

Pet Releaf’s new Large Breed Edibites are a great alternative for customers who have larger dogs and wish to limit the number of treats given per day, while maintaining or increasing the amount of CBD for their pets. The Large Breed Edibites will be available in two flavors – Blueberry-Cranberry and Peanut Butter-Banana – and contain a minimum of 3mg of CBD per treat, compared to regular Edibites, which contain 1.5mg of CBD per treat.

Pet Releaf’s mission is to provide the purest, most wholesome products for pet companions – truly healthy products made with honesty and integrity – right here in the US. The company focuses solely on pet products, and creates and makes all of its Edibites in small batches in its certified commercial kitchen, while the organic CBD Hemp Oil Capsules are bottled in a pharmaceutical grade, GMP-certified facility. Pet Releaf uses only human-grade, organic ingredients. All of its products are tested through third-party certified laboratories and never contain anything sourced from China.

One of nature’s best sources of plant-based protein, the hemp plant is quickly starting to be recognized as a “super food,” containing both amino and fatty acids, as well as Super Omegas. The oil used in Pet Releaf’s products is 100 percent organic CBD Hemp Oil from Europe and is made from the WHOLE PLANT (not just hemp seeds which contain no CBD) in order to provide the full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenoids, and flavonoids. It is extracted using carbon dioxide under extremely high pressure and very low temperatures. While more costly, this process ensures no chemicals or solvents are used. All Pet Releaf products are legal in all 50 states, do not require a prescription, and are completely safe and non-psychoactive. They also contain NO wheat, corn, soy, or dairy.


Marijuana For Pets: The Good, The Bad, The Legal Status

NEVADA:  The issue of legalizing marijuana is in itself a touchy subject, what with some arguing that this weed is nothing but a gateway drug sure to lead guys and gals down the path of a life of risks and crime, and others supporting its use either for recreational or for medical purposes.

Seeing how we’re still debating whether or not we like marijuana for people, it should come as no surprise that Nevada senator Tick Segerblom’s bill proposing that this drug be made legal for pets grabbed headlines just minutes after having been introduced.

If eventually signed into law, the bill that senator Tick Segerblom forwarded this past Tuesday would not legalize marijuana for all pets, be they mammals, reptiles, birds or arachnids. Instead, it would only make the drug legal for sick pets.

The idea is that, since marijuana is known to benefit cancer patients and folks diagnosed with other serious conditions, it makes sense to also make it available for pets that are sick and in pain and that have failed to respond to whatever treatments their vet prescribed them.

Nevada Bill Would Let Pets Use Pot; Proposal Calls For Medical Marijuana Cards For Animals

NEVADA:  Pets might soon be able to use pot under a bill introduced Tuesday in the Nevada Legislature.

Democratic Sen. Tick Segerblom is sponsoring the measure that would allow animal owners to get marijuana for their pet if a veterinarian certifies the animal has an illness that might be alleviated by the drug.

Segerblom said he’s concerned that some animals might have adverse reactions, but “you don’t know until you try,” he said.

Some veterinarians who have given cannabis to sick and dying pets say it has relieved their symptoms, although the substance hasn’t been proven as a painkiller for animals.


Canine Cannabis: Vet Says it's High Time for Sick Pets to Have Medical Marijuana

CALIFORNIA: Until she introduced “magic cheese” to her sick and aging bulldog, Laura Bugni-Daniel watched him suffer for two years. He’d spend his days lying down or throwing up.

Today, at age 12, he plays like a puppy through the day, his fur is soft and he sleeps at night, soothed not by magic, but by the dose of marijuana in that cheese. [Read more…]

Seattle's marijuana problem: Pets getting stoned

WASHINGTON: When marijuana was legalized, dog owners like Sam Reich never thought people smoking pot would affect her pooch. But that is exactly what veterinarian Dr. Beth Guerra is seeing inside Renton’s Animal Critical Care and Emergency Services clinic. “We are seeing quite an uptick with marijuana toxicity with mainly dogs, but occasionally cats,” Guerra said. “And I think it is coinciding with the legalization of marijuana in this state.” Last year her two clinics alone saw about 35 cases of pets that had gotten into some pot. This year, it is only July and the clinic’s already seen more than 35 cases. [Read more…]