Our treats are made with premium ingredients including naturally occurring, full-spectrum CBD. There is no THC in our CBD, so your dog will never feel or act high, confused or disoriented while they get their zen on.
Benefits of CBD Dog Treats
Extensive research and clinical trials have demonstrated the therapeutic properties of Cannabidiol (CBD). In fact, The National Academy of Science reviewed over 10K study abstracts. They found "conclusive evidence" that CBD is effective for managing pain, nausea, and inflammation.
So what is this magical CBD everyone is talking about? CBD is a natural compound found in industrial hemp and cannabis plants. It’s one of more than a hundred cannabinoids in cannabis. And it can be extracted for consumption. It’s non-psychoactive, like THC, so it won’t make you or your pet high.
How Does CBD Work On Dogs
Each one of us has an Endocannabinoid System, or what we like to call an ECS. The ECS is key in regulating our mood and really how we feel in our body every single day. This system has two receptors: CB1 and CB2. CB2 receptors are designed to work with cannabinoid type substances, like CBD. They are found mostly in the immune system, and can reduce inflammation and certain kinds of pain.
When your pup takes CBD regularly, say every day for two-weeks, their ECS will improve and you will start to see a wide range of benefits.
Ingredients & Usage
We keep it real and life and with our ingredients. Everything is sourced here in the USA. And we never add anything in as filler. Every ingredient has a purpose and a place.
- Passion Flower
Passion flower boosts levels of the feel-good chemical known as GABA. Gamma-Aminobutyric acid, or GABA, is one of the major inhibitory neurotransmitters in the central nervous system. It makes you chillax. It can become depleted after ongoing stressful circumstances. (Aka the mailman.)
You know why you get tired after eating turkey!? Because it’s got the amino acid L-Tryptophan in it! Often times if your dog is low in this amino acid it can make them extra anxious and overactive.
- Valerian Root
Valerian is a type of herbal root, commonly used as a sleep aid. But it is also known for its anti-anxiety capabilities.
Sleepy Time tea anyone? Chamomile is probably the most well-known herbal used to soothe nerves and lull people to sleep. This white, springlike flower can help with insomnia, stomach, and digestive distress too.
- CBD Isolate
CBD isolate is an all-natural cannabinoid supplement made from hemp oil that's been refined down to pure CBD. Normally it comes in a fine white powder.
- Other Ingredients
Rice Bran, Cane Molasses, Tapioca Starch, Purified Water, CheesePowder, Soy Lecithin, Safflower Oil, Glycerin, Natural Beef Protein, Bacon Flavor, Mixed Tocopherols, Sorbic Acid, Ascorbic Acid.
How To Use FOMO Bones
If your dog has any health conditions or is on any medication please consult with your doctor first. This treat is for dogs only.
Feed it as a treat. Small dogs 10-15 pounds can have one bone a day. Bigger dogs 20 + pounds can have two bones a day. (If your dog is smaller than 10 pounds they can still use our treats. Try breaking a bone in half, and giving just one half a day.)
CBD Dog Treats For Anxiety
Dogs often struggle with anxiety and stress such as post-traumatic stress disorder. Unfortunately, like with seizures in dogs, most pet parents aren’t sure exactly how to help their pets. Dog anxiety is a common problem. In fact, according to the American Kennel Club: “Separation anxiety is estimated to affect around 14 percent of dogs. Dogs with separation anxiety are unable to find comfort when they are left alone or separated from their family members. This anxiety often manifests itself in undesirable behavior, such as urinating and defecating in the house, destroying furniture and furnishings, and constantly barking.” This is bad news for pet owners who often work away from home all day and are forced to leave their beloved four-legged friends at home for at least part of the day.
Dogs also suffer from other types of anxiety, which can cause them to struggle in their day-to-day lives. Dogs may have anxiety due to pain from surgery, an abusive past, or due to fear of thunder and loud noises.
Most pet owners desperately want to help their pets when they see that them shaking or cowering in fear. They feel bad about leaving their pet home alone when they know how upset it might make their animal.