Promotes relief for:
- – Multi-Cat Household
- – Lack of Appetite
- – Trips to the Vet
- – Constant Hiding
- – Fear of Litter Boxes
CBDrool’s cat treats will have your cat feeling confident and relaxed. Cats have an endocannabinoid system that has the capability to react to CBD, just like humans. Though some cats may react differently, these CBD cat treats will eventually become your cat’s best friend.
Recommended Use: Depending on your pet’s prior use with CBD, we recommend feeding your pet with 10-12 CBD treats per day. If you are a first-time CBD user, cut 1 treat in half and see how your pet reacts to CBD before increasing their doses.
CBDrool’s Full Spectrum Flavored CBD Oil – This product contains natural meat flavoring and 500 milligrams of high quality full spectrum CBD oil. Our calming CBD oil are great for all pet types and are packed with all of the beneficial cannabinoids found in the hemp plant (CBC, CBG, CBN, etc.). Made using ethanol extraction and mature hemp flowers, these flavored pet drops contain no harsh chemicals or GMOs. GMP certified and made in the USA.
Choose from 3 different flavors:
- 500mg / Bacon / 30ml bottle
- 500mg / Baked Ham / 30ml bottle
- 500mg / Roasted Chicken / 30ml bottle
CBDrool’s CBD oil will help your furry friend relax, reduce their anxiety, and help with their appetite. Cats have an endocannabinoid system that has the capability to react to CBD, just like humans. Take care of your cat’s overall wellness and treat them to CBD drops formulated specially for cats!
Recommended Use: Depending on your pet’s prior use with CBD, we recommend starting with half of the dropper as 1 dose. You can add to your cat’s food, treats, or directly into the mouth. If you are a first-time CBD user, start with half of the dropper and see how your cat reacts to CBD before increasing their doses.
These products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice from your primary veterinarian before modifying your pet’s diet.