August 5, 2021

Learn The Benefits And How to Choose Your Full-Spectrum Products

You may be wondering why on earth your pet may need full-spectrum oil.

After all, you have a wonderful veterinarian who has taken the best care of your beloved furbaby for years without it. And you’re right. Your veterinarian undoubtedly treats your dog or cat the best they know-how, and probably loves doing so!

The fact is, the use of cannabis is much like holistic medicine and herbal therapy. Fewer doctors have the opportunity to specialize in these areas, so it is lesser-known and used. But that doesn’t mean these treatments don’t work.

Conditions that are difficult to manage with traditional medicine (without the risk of damaging side effects), can often be tackled with alternative therapies.

Does your pet suffer from one or more of these issues?

  1. Chronic pain
  2. Limping or lameness
  3. Anxiety or nervousness
  4. Extreme fear of loud noises, such as thunder or fireworks
  5. Restlessness – especially at nighttime
  6. IBS, poor appetite, vomiting, or nausea
    Seizures, convulsions, or muscle spasms
  7. Skin problems
  8. Cancer 🐾

In celebration of National CBD Day, Dr. Ruth will go on a LIVE EVENT this Coming Tuesday!
August 10, 2021, | 1 pm via Facebook live!

Dr. Ruth Roberts, a leading holistic integrative veterinarian with over 30 years of experience will discuss on a live event the benefits of giving CBD oil to your pets and learn how the Endocannabinoid system works, where it is, and what it is.

Join us and learn how to choose the best CBD product for your pet.

How to Boost Your Dog's Appetite With CBD?


Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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