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These tasty chews are formulated with a special blend of ingredients to help pets feel calm with no high whatsoever. They are ideal for pets who need relief during stressful situations like, trips to the vets, changes in environment, visitors to the household, thunderstorms and fireworks.
- Calming of nerves
- Immune system
- Bone and joint health
- Normal brain activity
- Skin irritations and seasonal allergies
- Anxious & nervous behavior
Peanut Butter Flavor
Active Ingredients (per 4 gram chew)
- 100mg TAP10 (a proprietary blend of Acetyl L- Carnitine, Magnolia, St. John’s Wart and Barberry)
- 5 mg Cannabidiol (CBD)
Brewer’s Yeast, Citric Acid (as preservative), Lecithin (from Sunflower), Natural Peanut Butter Flavor (non-allergenic), Organic Flaxseed, Organic Glycerin (from Vegetable), Organic MCT Oil, Organic Palm Fruit Oil, Pea Protein Concentrate, Tapioca Flour
Active Ingredients (per 4 gram chew)
TAP10 (a proprietary blend of Acetyl L-Carnitine, Magnolia, St. John Wart and Barberry)...........................................100mg
Cannabidiol (CBD).............................5 mg
Brewer's Yeast, Citric Acid (as preservative), Lecithin (from Sunflower), Natural Bacon Flavor (Vegetarian), Organic Flaxseed, Organic Glycerin (from Vegetable), Organic MCT Oil, Organic Palm Fruit Oil, Pea Protein Concentrate, Sweet Potato Flour
Directions for Use
Give Soft Chews as described in chart below once a day with dinner for three days. Then increase to twice a day (with breakfast and dinner). Every two weeks, you may reduce or increase by one soft chew as needed until desired results are achieved.
For Best Results
- Use as directed
- Store in a cool dry place, away from heat, light and humidity.
Each 12.6 oz. (450g) Soft Chew jar contains 90 soft chews. Each soft chew contains 5mg of CBD. Therefore the jar contains 450mg of CBD.
Rainy is a 24 pound, 7 year old English Cocker Spaniel. Based off the soft chew dosing, she should receive 1 soft chew with dinner for the first 3 days. On the 4th day, Rainy should receive 1 soft chews with both breakfast and dinner. Her pet parent should monitor her results, and at the 2 week mark, adjust the dosage as needed, depending on if the desired results were achieved.
3rd Party Testing
Safety is as crucial to pet patients as it is to the human ones. Which is why we test every batch of our Soft Chews to ensure it has the desired amount of cannabinoid and terpene potency. And we make sure it’s free of pesticides, heavy metals, residual solvents, microbials, and other toxic substances.
But don’t just take our word for it.
In addition to our testing, we also send every batch to an independent third-party ISO 17025 accredited lab to verify the results. Because when it comes to the safety of your pet, trust is important — but science is even moreso.
What Makes it Great.
Veterinarian formulated, so you know it's good.
The Anxious Pet works directly with veterinary professionals from top institutions across America. They worked together to develop our proprietary formulas with the perfect level of botanical extracts help support stress-free relaxation, antioxidants and fatty acids for your pet.
Organic, full spectrum hemp.
The Anxious Pet products are produced using full-spectrum hemp extract containing less than 0.3% THC. Our whole-plant approach means our products contain additional cannabinoids and terpenes found naturally in the hemp plant for maximum benefit. All of these active compounds work together to provide amplified health benefits, a phenomenon called the entourage effect.
Third-party tested, always.
Before any of our products go to you, they go to a third-party lab that verifies quality, potency, purity and consistency. Every batch comes with a Certificate of Analysis verifying The Anxious Pet products you've received are crafted with only the finest ingredients.
How it Works
Spot the signs
Behavior changes in your dog like acting out, being unusually tense, clingy or distant are all signs they have an imbalance caused by anxiety.
Let the science do its work
Oils from the hemp plant stimulate serotonin receptors in the brain, naturally stabilizing and improving a dog’s mood.
See the change
This easily-digestible, healthy, natural ingredient boost helps your pet live a happier life with less fear and anxiety.
Don’t stress. We guarantee you’ll love it.
Fast, free shipping.
Across the US, we offer free, safe no-contact delivery with every order, no matter how big or small.
60 days, stress free.
We give you 60 days to try out your products for free. If you're not 100% in love, we'll give you a full refund. No questions asked.
How did we know the perfect level of CBD, antioxidants and fatty acids for your pet? Simple. We work with great vets from across America.
Is CBD going to make my pet high?
CBD is not intoxicating (like high levels of THC can be) but it is absolutely psychoactive. The definition of psychoactive means any chemical substance that can change brain function and result in alteration of in perception mood and behavior. But that is NOT necessarily a bad thing. When you think about it, many people and animals are taking a CBD hemp product to reduce anxiety, so if a product produces relaxation/calming effect that is a positive attribute, not a negative one.
Why is there THC in the product and is it going to make my pet high?
It is our believe that the small amounts of THC (creating a full-spectrum product) is extremely important when targeting the ECS and creating balance within the body. The amount of THC is significantly lower than what is considered legal for a hemp product and was carefully calculated by a veterinarian to confirm safety and reduce the risk of intoxication.
What is the rational of dosing a product that are full-spectrum?
The majority of medications in veterinary medicine follow a linear dosing curve. In other words, as the dose increases, drug efficacy increases (or reaches a plateau). Similarly, side effects develop with increasing dosage. With hemp products, however, dosing follows a biphasic dosing curve, meaning after the “optimal” dose is achieved, any further increase in dosing leads to diminished clinical efficacy. When using a full spectrum product, a way to not miss (or overshoot) the optimal dose, it is very important to start very low gradually increase the dose until you find your pets ideal dose. By slowly increasing the dose overtime, the receptors increase in number and become “primed” so the body can tolerate more cannabinoids with increase in side effects.
Please explain the benefit of a full-spectrum product over broad-spectrum or an isolate product?
The cannabis plant (including the hemp variety) includes over 700 compounds. Full- spectrum means the product contains all of the various compounds extracted from the original hemp plant including cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids, which contributes to
the entourage effect. Utilizing the entourage effect tends to provide the patient with the best chance of success. When the product has many compounds but not all of what was found in the original strain (including free of THC) then it is referred to as broad spectrum product. CBD isolates are pharmaceutically purified CBD. CBD isolates have no entourage effect and typically require much higher dosages to see a similar benefit compared to full or broad-spectrum products.
What is a Certificate of Analysis (COA) and is it important?
A Certificate of Analysis (COA) is a laboratory evaluation of a product that provides an objective measurement of potency of each compound, terpene profile and contaminant information. It is essential to know what is inside of the product you are giving your pet. It would be like taking a Tylenol and not knowing how many milligrams of acetaminophen there are in the product or if there any additional toxic substances. Reviewing a COA is imperative so you can confirm exactly how many mg of cannabinoid your pet is receiving, and if there are terpenes present as well as if the product is free of pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, heavy metals, mycotoxins and residual processing solvents. Transparency is important to us at Anxious Pet and we believe in only using products that are safe and accurate.
How should I go about assessing which hemp product is safe for my pet?
(A) Is it a pet product or a human product?
- Stay clear from human products as they can often times have higher levels of THC or toxins such as Xylitol, chocolate or raisins.
- Avoid alcohol-based tinctures and look for an animal-safe oil base.
(B) Is there an up-to-date COA available for the exact product you are interested in purchasing (within 6-9 months)
- A thorough review of a product’s COA allows the owner to evaluate the product for safety, potency and appropriate pricing
(C) Is it in the form that works best for your pet?
- They provide the safest, most accurate, and scalable route of cannabis
administration in animals
- Relatively easy to administer, although sometimes palatability can be an issue
- Dosing of liquids is easy to adjust
- Ideal administration of liquids is directly under the tongue or on the cheek to provide for some transmucosal absorption as GI absorption is inefficient
- Great when patients are picky and resistant to taking the oil or capsules
- Easy to administer for patients that resist oil tincture and soft chews. Confirmed exact amount in capsule (vs some possibly getting lost in oil or soft chew).
- Can be beneficial for both superficial conditions (wounds, etc.) or deeper issues (joint pain).
- Downside is depending on the content of the product, licking the topical could lead to THC toxicity or other unwanted side effects such as excessive sedation or GI upset.
- Also, difficult to apply in areas where there is fur
(D) Does the product have appropriate labeling?
- The product should contain enough information to be able to dose for CBD and THC (if present) on a mg basis
- Expiration code
- Other ingredients listed including carrier oil
- Dosing guide so you know how to accurately dose