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Many people investigating CBD for dog anxiety or as a cat calmative want to help their pet overcome reactions to regular occurrences. But how do you know if CBD will work as a calmative for your animal?
Why is CBD everywhere? And could it help your pet? Mud Bay discusses CBD for dogs and cats and how to choose the right supplement for your pet. Along the way, we’ll also cover cannabis history, the science behind CBD, and why hemp accumulates more heavy metals and pesticides than almost any other plant.
Mud Bay talked to our in-house veterinarian, Dr. Katy Patterson-Miller, to get answers to your top seven questions about grain-free dog food, taurine and heart disease (DCM) in dogs. We also included a handout that explains everything we currently know about the FDA investigation, as well as our dietary recommendations for concerned dog owners.
“If you’re anticipating a stressful event like the Fourth of July, your best bet is to prepare a game plan in advance, including environmental and behavioral techniques as well as calmatives to make your pet’s experience more relaxing,” advises Learning and Development Specialist Maggie Nelson.
Fleas are a fact of life in the Pacific Northwest, but that doesn’t mean that your dog or cat should be infested or miserable during the summer months. Keeping everyone healthy and happy depends on finding the right blend of flea preventatives and treatments, and we talked to Keely Bredahl to get the best tips […]
Moving can be a stressful time, but planning ahead can make this change easier for you and your dog. So, from vet visits to trip planning, here are our recommendations for moving with dogs.
Spent grain dog treats are a popular way to use the grain after its been through the beer brewing process. But even if you’re not a homebrewer, there’s a good reason why you might want to consider spent grain biscuits the next time you’re looking for a treat for your dog. Spent grain has already […]
“People sometimes aren’t prepared for the fact that chickens can live for thirteen or fourteen years,” explains Staci Machado. “And hens don’t lay eggs that whole time. Chickens are bred to lay heavily for the first three to five years of their lives. Then, egg production drops significantly and then stops.”