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September is Animal Pain Awareness Month

by | Sep 13, 2019 | Anxiety, Blog, Cats, Discomfort, Dogs, Pet Health Tips, Stress

Both cats and dogs are masters at hiding their pain. This is a survival instinct that connects our domesticated pets with their wild ancestors. If an animal in the wild shows physical weakness, they can easily become prey.

Established by the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM), Animal Pain Awareness Month helps to educate and inform pet parents about how to recognize the signs of acute and chronic pain.

Pain can be caused by a host of issues – joint issues, digestive distress, injuries, post-surgery, dental problems, skin conditions and more.

Signs your pet may be in pain:

  • Not wanting to be pet/touched
  • Overgrooming/licking OR Not grooming
  • Slow to stand
  • Stops jumping on the bed / couch
  • Not wanting to walk up a flight of stairs
  • No interest in playing
  • Inappetence
  • Hiding
  • Litter box avoidance

Please note – pain is not normal, not even in senior pets. Managing a pet’s pain is important at every age.

There are many ways to address discomfort including conventional medications, acupuncture, acupressure, laser therapy, physical therapy and certain supplements.

A study conducted by Cornell shows that CBD is effective in combating pain associated with osteoarthritis in dogs.

We suggest considering Treatibles Organic Full Spectrum Hemp Oil with naturally occurring CBD. This beneficial cannabinoid is widely recognized for easing discomfort throughout the body, promoting healthy joints, flexibility and the body’s normal inflammatory response. In addition, it supports a healthy digestive tract, strong immune system and can instill calm, normal emotional balance and ease.

Treatibles offers soft and hard chews, oil dropper bottles, capsules and topical cream – something for every fur baby. These products can help animals exhibiting mobility issues, digestive distress, skin conditions and a variety of issues throughout the body.  

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September is Animal Pain Awareness Month

by | Sep 13, 2019 | Anxiety, Blog, Cats, Discomfort, Dogs, Pet Health Tips, Stress

Both cats and dogs are masters at hiding their pain. This is a survival instinct that connects our domesticated pets with their wild ancestors. If an animal in the wild shows physical weakness, they can easily become prey.

Established by the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM), Animal Pain Awareness Month helps to educate and inform pet parents about how to recognize the signs of acute and chronic pain.

Pain can be caused by a host of issues – joint issues, digestive distress, injuries, post-surgery, dental problems, skin conditions and more.

Signs your pet may be in pain:

  • Not wanting to be pet/touched
  • Overgrooming/licking OR Not grooming
  • Slow to stand
  • Stops jumping on the bed / couch
  • Not wanting to walk up a flight of stairs
  • No interest in playing
  • Inappetence
  • Hiding
  • Litter box avoidance

Please note – pain is not normal, not even in senior pets. Managing a pet’s pain is important at every age.

There are many ways to address discomfort including conventional medications, acupuncture, acupressure, laser therapy, physical therapy and certain supplements.

A study conducted by Cornell shows that CBD is effective in combating pain associated with osteoarthritis in dogs.

We suggest considering Treatibles Organic Full Spectrum Hemp Oil with naturally occurring CBD. This beneficial cannabinoid is widely recognized for easing discomfort throughout the body, promoting healthy joints, flexibility and the body’s normal inflammatory response. In addition, it supports a healthy digestive tract, strong immune system and can instill calm, normal emotional balance and ease.

Treatibles offers soft and hard chews, oil dropper bottles, capsules and topical cream – something for every fur baby. These products can help animals exhibiting mobility issues, digestive distress, skin conditions and a variety of issues throughout the body.  

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