Posts Written On June 29, 2017

Treatibles for Dogs

Anxiety/Separation Anxiety         

Anxiety is the number one reason Treatibles is provided to pets. Our customers have reported that Treatibles has successfully managed separation anxiety, excitement or anxiety when guests enter the home, anxiety from fireworks, anxiety from thunderstorms, fear or excitement when riding in cars, when visiting a groomer, and more.

Anxiety is often the root of many pets’ ticks, shakes, or obsessive circular movements. According to our customers, Treatibles has a very high success rate alleviating these issues.

So how does Treatibles help pets? All animals, with the exception of insects, have an endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS assists in maintaining the physiological, neurological and immunological systems of all animals. If the ECS has a deficiency of endocannabinoid production, the system’s multiple receptors will utilize the addition of phytocannabinoids to help create balance and provide support for relaxing, repairing or restoring.

All Treatibles products contain phytocannabinoids extracted from the whole hemp plant. In addition to cannabidiol, one of the most therapeutic compounds, several other phytocannabinoids are included creating the entourage effect, providing a full spectrum of benefits.

Treatibles are safe and non-toxic. One cannot overdose on phytocannabinoids. In addition, our products contain virtually no THC, the psychoactive compound found in cannabis. That means pets will not get high on any Treatibles product.

Veterinarians have confirmed that Treatibles can be taken in conjunction with any medication a pet is prescribed. In a recent study, more than 40% of customers reported using Treatibles alongside medication. Many others report they use Treatibles without other medications.

Pets cannot overdose on Treatibles products. The phytocannabinoid oil in our products is non-toxic and extracted from medicinal grade hemp, which contains virtually no THC. THC is the psychotropic cannabinoid found in marijuana.



We recommend 1 milligram (mg) of phytocannabinoids per every 10-pounds of a pet’s body weight.

The large size Treatibles chews each contain 4mg of phytocannabinoids, so the serving size for a 40-pound dog would be one chew.

The small size Treatibles chews each contain 1mg of phytocannabinoids, so the serving size for a 20-pound dog would be two chews.

The 90mg dropper bottle contains 3mg of phytocannabinoids (.1mg per drop). So the serving size for a 35-pound dog would be one dropperful, while the serving size for a 15- pound dog or cat would be 15 drops.

The 250mg dropper bottle contains 8mg of phytocannabinoids (.28 per drop). So the serving size for an 80-pound dog would be one dropperful, while the serving size for a 20-pound pet would be approximately ¼ of a dropper.

For a 100-pound dog, one 10mg capsule is a serving size

For a 1,000-pound horse, four 25mg capsules is a serving size. For large dogs experiencing a high degree of pain, often times one 25mg capsule is an appropriate serving.



Large Grain-Free Chews – 4mg each; 32-35 per bag

Small Grain-Free Chews – 1mg each; 47-50 per bag



Currently available in grain-free pumpkin. Three new flavors will be introduced this summer including blueberry, sweet potato, and turkey. All will be grain-free and available in both large and small sized chews.