According to a recent report published by Grand View Research, the global CBD pet market grew to US$195.9 million in 2022. North America holds the largest revenue share by far, at 40.5%, and the Asia Pacific market is expected to expand the fastest through 2030, at 33%. Suffice to say, business is booming all over the world when it comes to CBD products in the pet space (and the human space, for that matter).
ElleVet’s science-first approach to CBD products has served them well in gaining consumer trust, and the company has 10 published clinical trials and 30 more ongoing as of January 2023, all related to the use of CBD and CBDA in the pet space. | Courtesy ElleVet Sciences
Pawse has stepped onto the pet scene with backgrounds in agriculture, hemp farming, thoroughbred training, business and engineering, allowing the company to thoughtfully navigate the potential for CBD products in the pet market. | Courtesy Pawse
Super Snouts leans on “radical transparency” to ensure confidence in its products, which have evolved beyond CBD and now include water-soluble CBG as well. | Courtesy Super Snouts