CBD Treats for Dogs and Cats

Dog and cat treats featuring CBD or similar ingredients from hemp and cannabis-based products marketed as pet supplements are quickly growing from a niche-market to the mainstream. To date, the FDA has not approved any CBD-based human foods or supplements, or any part of the hemp plant for use in pet foods or treats.

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Cat trends at SuperZoo: A microcosm of dog food trends

As cat ownership increases and pet owners become more particular, trends familiar in the dog space are gaining prominence in the cat segment.
As cat ownership increases and pet owners become more particular, trends familiar in the dog space showed up at SuperZoo 2019 in the cat products market, too.
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CBD dog treat start-up meeting challenges in Puerto Rico

A CBD-for-dogs startup has scaled to a high-grossing company in less than one year amidst the social crises Puerto Rico has experienced.
A CBD-for-dogs startup has scaled to a high-grossing company in less than one year amidst the social crises Puerto Rico has experienced.
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209 hemp, CBD pet supplements currently on US market

NASC formed an advisory committee to examine the use of hemp and cannabidiol (CBD) as a dog, cat and other pet supplement.
Out of approximately 34 million times that hemp-derivative pet supplements have been used, only six adverse events have been reported in dogs, with one in cats and three in horses.
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Products for pets gain prominence in hemp market

The hemp industry has become one of the big business stories of the past ten years.
As the hemp and CBD markets grow, a wide variety of CBD- and hemp-based products are becoming available, including products for pets.
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Charlotte's Web expands canine-focused pet line

The new line includes hemp-extract infused chews, flavored and unflavored oils, and a topical balm.
Charlotte's Web Holdings is pleased to announce the expansion of its canine-focused pet products, launching an all-new 12 SKU lineup comprised of hemp-extract infused chews, flavored and unflavored oils, and a topical balm.
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CBD products becoming norm in US pet market

The "pets as people" movement means taking care of pets emotionally, too, including when it comes to stress reduction.
As a functional ingredient, the future prospects for hemp-based products has arguably never been higher. Cannabidiol, or CBD, received an enormous amount of attention in 2018 when the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first human drug containing CBD for sale in the U.S. and that momentum has grown rapidly through the early months of 2019.
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UK CBD-based pet food market hindered by VMD decision

The official Veterinary Medicines Directorate stance on CBD-based pet products as veterinary medicines means they require a marketing authorization to be sold.
CBD is becoming a hot ingredient in the pet food space, but regulations in different areas of the world present unique challenges to its acceptance and use.
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