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Just like us, our furry
friends need proper
nutrition and exercise to
maintain a balanced
healthy life.
When our companions experience health ailments, they require treatment and medicine - preferably natural - to support their recovery. CBD or Cannabidiol is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid or molecular compound found in the cannabis and hemp plants proven to be an effective holistic treatment for a wide range of health conditions, ailments, and diseases.

Found in all mammals, endocannabinoids are naturally occurring receptors that process cannabinoids when they enter the body. So yes, our bodies and our pets’ bodies are designed to intake cannabinoids to build and repair proper cellular functions. In fact, CBD has been scientifically proven to modulate and repair many physiological systems in the brain and body. Household pets including dogs and cats have experienced increased joint movement and reduced pain after consuming CBD.

In fact, CBD has been scientifically proven to modulate and repair many physiological systems in the brain and body. Household pets including dogs and cats have experienced increased joint movement and reduced pain after consuming CBD.

For years, CBD has been understudied because THC is often used recreationally and not for medical purposes. CBD is known to help with a wide number of ailments and illnesses including:

  • Cancer
  • Epilepsy
  • Joint & Mobility
  • Old age
  • Arthritis
  • Anxiety
  • Skin irritation
  • PTSD






Danielle Blair is hoping to lead the way in using CBD to treat pets

As the owner of Canada’s first boutique which specialises in selling cannabidiol (CBD), one of the active ingredients in marijuana, Danielle Blair is used to pushing boundaries. So to her, using CBD on animals is as normal as giving it to humans. 

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The Women Fighting For the Right to Get Your Pets Stoned

Like most, social media can be a dangerous habit for me. Day or night, I'll endlessly scroll through photos and videos of gorgeous selfies, food porn, and dank memes without an end in sight. But one evening, the scrolling came to a halt when I came across a video posted by my friend Erin, of her dog Mu. The video showed the large eight-year-old labradoodle participating in a water rehabilitation program to help treat the pain and inflammation resulting from a hip dislocation. But it wasn't the video that stopped me—it was Erin's admission that she had been administering a CBD oil to Mu to help speed up his recovery time.

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