Cynthia Roberts, Romance Author
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Pets & Bowel Inflammation

Most household pets afflicted with Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) or Syndrome (IBS) are generally middle-aged or into their senior years.  The cause can be many factors including bacteria, allergens in food they digest, a poor immune system, and even parasites.  Pet foods can and do contain artificial dyes, preservatives, milk proteins, glutens, and artificial flavorings our pet’s bodies can’t digest, causing extreme irritation and inflammation.

One of the safest and best treatment options available today is an organic, purely potent oil processed from the Hemp plant known as CBD. It is an anti-inflammatory that works extraordinarily with each animal’s endocannabinoid system to restore complete homeostasis, which is a well-balanced and maintained physiological system.

 

Is CBD oil safe for cats, dogs, and horses?

Emphatically, yes! CBD has undergone numerous clinical testing at Colorado State University for tremors, tics, and seizures common to epilepsy, at Cornell University for osteoarthritis and other prestigious institutions as being safe and non-toxic.  It is also known to help in the treatment of cardiovascular problems, skin diseases, anxiety and phobia, controlling nausea and vomiting, and promoting the overall health and well-being of our loving family members.

Dogs, cats, horses, and humans are all warm-blooded mammals who share the same kind of endocannabinoid system.  Because of that, this organic supplement is blowing the doors off harmful compounds and prescriptions on the market today.  CBD can be shared to aid, support, prevent and promote your pet’s full health and wellness.  

CTFO Full Spectrum Hemp Derived CBD oil is:

  • Extracted from farms throughout the U.S. without use of herbicides, pesticides, and   chemical fertilizers
  • Non-GMO
  • Has a 60-Day money back guarantee
  • Science proven third-party lab tested results provided showing all cannabinoids, terpenes, and compounds present
  • Processed using no toxic solvents like alcohol or butane
  • Free of propylene glycol and other synthetic chemicals that degrade the potency of our oil for pets

At CTFO, we make sure our customers receive the maximum benefits of CBD oil for their pets all formulated with the purest, all-natural blend of homeopathic compounds that facilitate cannabinoid absorption and effectiveness.  It’s important you buy from companies that are GMP certified, meaning what’s on the label will be found in the bottle.  We are proud of our certification.

 

 

 

 

Holiday Safety Tips For Your Pets

The holidays are certainly known as a time for excitement especially, while preparing for all the upcoming activities, meals, and decorating.   If you’re a pet owner, you also need to keep in mind just how festive plants, lighting or other changes around your house can affect your pet’s safety. Listed below are some tips that’ll keep your pets safe from harm this holiday season.

1. Electrical Cords

Generally, holiday lights and decorations mean cords scattered about the house. Pets are certain to be tempted to play and chew. It may be a good idea to unplug cords when you’re away to minimize the risk of electrocution.

2. Keeping Food Out of Reach

Oh, how we love to eat all those delicious foods and desserts. Let’s not forget the festive drinks as well.  It’s important to remember, there are a host of delicacies dogs and cats shouldn’t eat because it could make them sick. When you’re clearing the table and counter, try to wrap and store items quickly and take out the trash.  Our pets are tempted easily and if it smells enticing, they’ll do anything to get to it.   

3. Ditch the Candles

Candles lit about the house are charming and festive.  They can be dangerous when left unattended around pets because of their playfulness and curiosity.  You might want to consider opting for battery-lit candles instead to help keep everyone safe during the holidays.

4. Holiday Plants

Plants such as mistletoe, holly, and poinsettias could cause your dog or cat to have cardiovascular or gastrointestinal issues if ingested. It’s best to avoid the temptation, then ending up losing a pet or paying a very high vet bill if an incident occurs.

5. Updating Vaccinations and IDs

It’s a good idea to ensure your pet’s vaccines are up-to-date, especially if you’re planning to travel. You should also ensure their identification tags include your current home address and contact information. This can be helpful in case they accidentally get loose or slip out the door as guests come to and from your home.

6. Creating a Safe Space

Consider creating a specific area or room where pets can go to escape from the hustle and bustle of visiting guests.  Too much commotion can be overwhelming and stressful especially when overly-rambunctious children are around. 

7. Decorate With Safety in Mind

Holiday trees and other decorations can be a safety hazard to your pets. Cats and dogs may be interested in dangling decorations and lights on holiday trees and could accidentally knock the tree over from playfulness.  Avoid stringing lights and decorations on low-hanging tree branches, or anywhere else within your pet’s reach, to help deter chewing and strangulation. Avoid tinsel, as it could cause an intestinal blockage if ingested.

8. Keep Emergency Numbers Handy

Being prepared if the unexpected happens is important. Keep contact information for your veterinarian, a 24-hour pet hospital, and the Animal Poison Control Center (888-426-4435) easily accessible in case of an emergency.  It’s better to take extra precautions than to be sorry later. 

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