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14.5.20

Introducing Our Hemp Anxiety Aid to Your Dog

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Australian hemp oil for dogs could be your pup’s new best friend

We think that your pup will love Australian hemp oil for dogs, one of the key ingredients in our unique, Australian-made Hemp Anxiety Aid – to be used for specific stressful situations.

Here at Houndztooth, we understand that your dog may sometimes experience bouts of anxiety or stress. That’s why we’ve combined the power of our Australian hemp seed oil with L-Tryptophan, B vitamins, magnesium, ginger, green tea and Australian salmon to professionally formulate our Hemp Anxiety Aid.

When to use our Hemp Anxiety Aid

Dogs can experience feelings of anxiety for a variety of reasons, and it is important for you to try and identify these causes. Our Houndztooth Ambassador, Dr. Katrina Warren, offers her advice on how to identify potential causes of anxiety.

While it may not always be possible to identify the cause, we always recommend visiting your vet to rule out any underlying medical conditions that might be causing their symptoms.

Anxiety is linked to fear, which means that if your dog is anxious, they are likely afraid of something. They might not like loud noises, being separated from you or having to go for a drive in the car. Whatever the cause, there are natural remedies that may help.

A natural remedy

Our favourite natural remedy for anxiety in dogs is our Hemp Anxiety Aid. It uses key natural ingredients that may help to gently and effectively relieve mild anxiety.

If your pup is experiencing anxiety, our Hemp Anxiety Aid is a natural alternative to medication that may help.

Please note: If your dog is suffering from severe anxiety, we recommend speaking with your vet to discuss the best ways to manage it.

The benefits of using our Hemp Anxiety Aid for your dog

Houndztooth’s Hemp Anxiety Aid uses only natural ingredients. Like all of our products, it is GMO-free, soy-free, gluten-free and sustainably sourced from Australian ingredients.

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For dogs who suffer from ongoing anxiety, it’s gentle enough to be used daily. Alternatively, it can also be used during specific occasions when your pup is in need of a little soothing (e.g. during a storm).

Recommended dosage

The correct dosage will depend on the weight of your dog. Bigger dogs will need more, whereas smaller dogs can have less. To calculate the amount your dog needs, check out our Hemp Anxiety Aid dosage table.

Mix the recommended amount in with your dog’s wet or dry food. You can repeat once per day, or give them half a dose in the morning and the second half at night, as required.

For dogs with mild anxiety, try our Hemp Anxiety Aid

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We care about our canine community and we understand that it is important for our precious pups to feel calm and relaxed. Help to soothe your dog’s stress and ease their anxiety with Houndztooth’s all-natural Hemp Anxiety Aid.

If your dog suffers from anxiety, our Hemp Anxiety Aid can help

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