Canna-Pet Brand Review 2019

Last updated on November 7th, 2019

  • Canna-Pet believes its customers and their pets deserve the best the world can offer. Using full-spectrum CO2 extraction processes that include both a subcritical and supercritical extraction step, Canna-Pet preserves as much of the plant as possible. Canna-Pet does not publish its test results online, but uses high-performance liquid chromatography to test for hazards.
  • Who is Canna-Pet?

    Canna-Pet, LLC, operates from Seattle, Washington. It demonstrates its commitment to pet wellness through its generous discount program, giving shelters, fosters, and other animal charities a half-off price on all Canna-Pet products.

    As enthusiastic supporters of pet wellness, Canna-Pet guarantees that its products are cruelty-free. No animals were harmed during the testing and development of Canna-Pet’s product line.

  • Where does Canna-Pet get its hemp?

    Canna-Pet gets its hemp from multiple organic farms in Oregon, Colorado, and Kentucky.

  • How does Canna-Pet make its products?

    After extracting the CBD and other hemp components from the plant, Canna-Pet adds these naturally-occurring compounds to dog biscuits and oils. It uses U.S.-based laboratories for all processing, and all of its products have been optimized for direct absorption in the mouth. All Canna-Pet products are non-GMO and vegan, and are free of preservatives, gelatin, wheat, sugar, and dairy.

  • What are Canna-Pet’s products?

    Canna-Pet provides CBD oil and treats for dogs, cats, and horses. It also offers the Assisi Botanicals line, which uses the same ingredients as its other products.

    • Canna-Pet Advanced Large Capsules (30 count) – $33.99
    • Canna-Biscuits For Dogs – $16.99
    • Canna-Pet Advanced MaxCBD Liquid – $79.99

    Those who want to learn more about the science behind hemp extract use in pet health can also order the company’s educational materials in a 104-page paperback book.

  • How does Canna-Pet test its products?

    Canna-Pet does not publish test results on its website, or name which laboratories it uses for testing. It does, however, note that it tests for phytochemicals and other impurities as part of its manufacturing process.

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