Martha Stewart, Canopy Animal Health Team Up With CBD Dog Products

Oil drops, soft-baked chews target pets' mental, physical well-being
Martha Stewart CBD dog treats
Photograph courtesy of Martha Stewart CBD for Pet

SMITHS FALLS, Ontario, and NEW YORKIs your dog down? Perhaps your puppy’s in a panic? Canine in chronic pain?

Diversified cannabis, hemp and vaporization device company Canopy Growth last week announced the launch of Martha Stewart CBD for Pet, a new line of scientifically backed cannabidiol (CBD) wellness products for dogs developed by Martha Stewart with her own pet in mind.

This portfolio, which arrives as the CBD market continues to expand into a variety of products, includes oil drops and soft-baked chews in three flavor combinations and formulas: wellness, calm and mobility. They’re designed to support a pet’s mental and physical well-being, reduce the effects of everyday stress and maintain joint health and mobility via CBD and other ingredients. The product packaging is inspired by Stewart’s own Chow Chows and French Bulldogs.

“My dogs are not only my companions, but they are part of my family, and I prioritize their emotional and physical well-being as I do my own,” Stewart said. “Just as CBD can support human wellness, it’s been shown to improve the quality of life for pets as well. With the help of the scientists and veterinarians at Canopy Animal Health, I’ve created CBD oil drops and savory soft-baked chews designed to support the health of dogs of all ages, sizes and breeds in delicious gourmet flavors that your canines won’t be able to resist.”

The wellness supplements formulated by Stewart and scientists at Canopy Animal Health deliver functional products with carefully controlled CBD content for daily use in dogs. All Martha Stewart CBD for Pet products carry the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) quality seal, denoting strict adherence to manufacturing, labeling, testing and marketing guidelines. All products are corn, soy and wheat-free, and contain no artificial flavors, colors nor preservatives.

The soft-baked chews for calm are chicken and cranberry flavor, those for mobility are chicken and blueberry, and chews for wellness are chicken, blueberry and anise. Each flavor comes in a 30-count package, and each is offered in two sizes: for small (up to 35 pounds) and large dogs. Prices range from $19.99 to $24.99.

A bottle of the 600 mg chicken-flavored CBD wellness drops is $39.99.

The products are “backed by a wealth of comprehensive CBD research, and the confidence of our dedicated team of cannabidiol scientists and researchers,” said Bob Menardi, director of veterinary technical and educational services at Canopy Animal Health. “Martha Stewart CBD for Pet is the happy marriage of Canopy’s science-first approach to animal well-being and Martha Stewart’s passion for providing animal lovers with the tools to enrich their pets’ lives.”

All of these products are available on Canopy Growth’s website.

Stewart has also partnered with Canopy Growth to launch a line of hemp-derived supplements for human wellness, featuring flavors from her garden including kumquat, blood orange and huckleberry. The line includes wellness gummies, softgels and oil drops.

Canopy Growth is a diversified cannabis and cannabinoid-based consumer product company. It offers product varieties in dried flower, oil, softgel capsule, infused beverage, edible and topical formats, as well as vaporizer devices by Canopy Growth and Storz & Bickel.

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