Treat-ibles Pet Treats, the focus of a recent Examiner article, contain non-psychoactive cannabidiol (CBD) derived from legal hemp crops. The treats deliver effective relief for a variety of medical conditions including those associated with loss of appetite, nausea, mood disorders (such as depression, anxiety, aggression and nervousness), pain, cancer/tumors, seizures, epilepsy, cardiac arrhythmias, diabetes and other disorders. Treatibles do not produce the euphoria associated with medical marijuana, which contains a different cannabidiol (THC). You can access the research studies associated with CBD and various health conditions here.
The company behind Treat-ibles has become one of the most trusted brands in California’s medical cannabis community; their expertise in extraction, consistency, and formulation has resulted in Treat-ibles Pet Treats. Cannabidiol is a naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis plant. CBD causes no euphoria (the ‘high’ often associated with cannabis therapeutic options) and is completely legal in all fifty states. CBD is completely non-toxic and does not conflict with other medications; it is completely safe to use alone or as an adjunct therapy. Treat-ibles, are safe for rabbits, birds, dogs, guinea pigs, rats, and other pets. While Treat-ibles are crunchy, the treats do crumble relatively easily, so even pets with dental problems will be able to enjoy Treat-ibles.
This author received a sample of Treat-ibles and decided to try them on a pair of rabbits that were presenting a challenge to bond. A useful tactic can be presenting the pair with a tasty snack to enjoy during supervised bonding sessions. No snacks ever proved interesting enough to deter this pair from instigating a row with each other until Treat-ibles were made part of their daily routine. A previous article discussed these rabbits enjoying Treat-ibles samples daily for several days prior to bonding sessions. Treat-ibles were offered during the sessions, and no negative behavior was observed. While this was merely anecdotal, it was the first time that the two calmly enjoyed a snack side-by-side.
The epilogue to this story? After 5 weeks, this somewhat difficult-to-bond pair is now successfully bonded after a daily snack of ¼ of a Treat-ible each. The only exception was one day – about 3 weeks into the Treat-ibles regime – when the author forgot to offer a Treat-ible for a 48-hour period. Thinking this was not significant, it came as a surprise when Miko proceeded to instigate a quarrel with Elliot. Separating the two, Treat-ibles were given and bonding sessions continued the next day. Treat-ibles have been given faithfully since then, and within two weeks of the last altercation, the two are now completely bonded and continue to enjoy Treat-ibles daily.
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