While checking the computer and drinking morning coffee, I read a fabulous blog written by Danielle about Happy Dogs CBD! We sent her our CBD products both for humans and dogs to test and see what she thought about our products. Danielle took the time to try each product and wrote a honest blog! Not just a bunch of "hyped up fluff" about our products. You can read her blog about us at https://jensengrey.com/2021/02/18/have-an-anxious-dog-or-human-try-happy-dogs-cbd/
loved hearing about how Happy Dogs CBD "helped Max, our Old English Lab, suffers from separation anxiety and hyperactivity." And "it’s helped me with my anxiety, depression, and just overall mood. There’s many different ways to take CBD, but before Happy Dogs CBD gummies, I had only used the oil."
Danielle's blog posts at Grey Skies & Rainbow Highs are fascinating and helpful in my daily life. I recommend following her blog at https://jensengrey.com/
Happy Dogs: Owners of pampered pets are trying CBD treats to help ease pain.
Tracy Harmon The Pueblo Chieftain
CAÑON CITY — Adopting a stray dog running loose on the streets led one Colorado woman down the path to a new business.
Beth Black of Cotopaxi, founder of Happy Dogs, saw a red hound running along U.S. Highway 50 about 10 years ago.
As a real estate agent, like everybody else on the planet, I’ve had to adjust my life to Covid 19. I never thought I’d write about the pandemic. And like so many others I try to avoid the radio, TV, and internet news. But the news is inevitable and almost unavoidable.
So let’s talk about pets and real estate! New homes sometimes come with fences and doggy doors and sometimes they don’t. Being a “dog” mom I understand these challenges. The first thing that goes up in my new home is a fenced yard. When necessity calls I want options. My cat has even taught herself to get into the house via the pet door.
The next thing that is a must-have is a pet door. Usually on the “happy” part of the news is a somewhat uplifting subject. And we are hearing more and more about how people who are self quarantining are pampering their pets they already have and adopting new dogs, cats, lizards, and other forms of pets.
Homeowners are sometimes cautious about pet doors and rightly so. You don’t want other critters wondering into your pets protected space. So my advice is keep the dog and cat food bowls up and out of the way when not being used. This may cut down on raccoons, mice and other unwanted “pets” in the protected space.
Hug your “happy dogs” and social distance from friends and family. Hopefully, this will all be done and gone soon. Happy dog, Happy Life.
- Dena Stevens Coriz
There is nothing purer than the love of your four-legged friend. They love you unconditionally and expect nothing. They are a furry shoulder to cry on, or a content driving buddy on hour long road trips. If you are anything like me, you could not imagine life without your dog. So what can you do when they are in pain?
A few months ago, on one of our early morning walks, I noticed my 12-year-old Husky had a minor limp. He did not seem to be in pain, so I settled on it being a sore leg and kept an eye on it. With in a month he was hoping through the walks and barely able to get on the bed. I knew there was something wrong.
On September 13 2017. A horse my daughter was riding fell, landing on her left leg crushing it. As a result, one of the injures she was diagnosed with complex regional nerve syndrome (CRPS).
Presently, there is a lot of misunderstanding about what CBD really is for dogs. Some dog owners think that CBD oil will get their animals high as if they are giving them marijuana. Others, on the other hand, assume that CBD, like cannabis, is an illegal substance that they should avoid.
After the farm bill passed on Dec 12, 2018 CBD is legal in all 50 states.
In fact, the CBD is nowadays recommended by many animal professionals as well as many dog and cat owners.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a cannabinoid derived from cannabis with less than 0.3% THC. Its extraction is made from the resin or the head of the hemp plant.
It is important to note that all of our CBD products at Happy Dogs CBD contain 0% THC.
We are making our first commercial and are going to include REAL videos of the furry members in our extended family here at Happy Dogs! If chosen, your dog will be included in our final commercial production AND WIN a free bag of treats or a tincture. We’re looking for some good pups and bad pups in some before and after conditions, so if you have video of bad or good behavior, you can send it to us at email@example.com
Here are some examples of what we’re looking for:
Happy Dogs business offers natural CBD products.
One of the newer business enterprises in the area combines the developing hemp industry in Custer and surrounding counties with processing the hemp derivative CBD for canine use. Happy Dogs CBD, like so many of the human-oriented medicinal hemp suppliers, has its origins in realizing the effective use of CBD personally, wanting to move on from there to a larger public. Co-founder Payton had success with CBD in treating her complex regional nerve syndrome, resulting from an equine accident;
Our mission is to help dogs and people everywhere live happier and better lives!
Our focus is on creating the Best CBD Products possible while giving back to the community.
With each purchase you are helping support small business and community!
Our goal is to provide clean, safe and reliable CBD products for use by dogs and their owners. That’s right—we offer both CBD treats and tinctures for dogs as well as our one-of-a-kind Happy People Pain Cream, and Happy People CBD Gummies something we use every day!
Happy Dogs CBD Treats
Happy Dogs CBD Tincture 250mg
Happy People Pain Cream CBD & Arnica. 2 oz jar 500 mg or 1/2 oz jar 125 mg.
Tincture & Happy People Pain Cream Combo
Two Treat Special!
Happy People Happy Gummies
Grain Free Happy Dogs Snacks
Happy Dogs CBD Happy Dogs, Happy Life! Because your Dogs are worth it!