"Anyone else use CBD oil for their pup? Chevy uses it daily to manage her back/hip pain. It works wonders! It’s literally the difference between her being able to sit down in a timely manner vs having to spin 5 times, adjust her legs, spin 2 more times, and then slowly move her butt towards the ground in a half sit position. She used to be on pain Meds that were messing up her insides... so we took her off the Meds and out of pure desperation to find something that would work without nasty side effects... we gave CBD oil a try.
I did a bunch of research and came across Dope Dog treats and decided to give the treats and oil a try. Not only did I notice a difference in her barking, but my neighbors did too! I love being able to provide a natural anxiety aid for her barking and feel good about what’s going into her body! Plus, she loves the taste of the Pb crunchies, salmon oil and the unflavored oil! Thank you so much Dope Dog!"
We are thrilled to share our very first retail spotlight post. This is chance for us to share some of our favorite pet stores. Every store we feature has a unique offering and amazing staff, both human and furry!
Today, we asked the owner ofPaws and Effectto take us behind the scenes at our favorite dog boutique/pet spa in town!
What makes the pets/customers in your city unique?
We have the best clients and pets anywhere! People in Santa Monica treat their pets as a part of the their family, and we love that we can provide the kind of service they want.
"We specifically chose our little guy, Mr. Bandit a boy, because he is a bull terrier(ish) and bull terriers can be prone to epilepsy. We hoped he wouldn’t have epilepsy, but my husband has epilepsy so I thought they would be a good match and give each other comfort in their possibly mutual condition. Right away we realized Bandit had seizures, usually when he is sleeping or relaxing
This touching story and video comes to us from a wonderful group called K9 C.A.R.E. Inc., a deep water aquatic center built specifically for dogs located in upstate New York. This story is about Shyla, one of the many dogs they have helped over the years.