Dogs and cats are enemies and cannot live under the same roof. This must be your thoughts when you think of having them both. Otherwise, you might also already have a kitty and you might want to welcome a dog inside your home. No growlings or barkings! Read more to know how to get your cat and dog to get along

Pet Relationship:

The general characteristics of animals differ from each other. Cats are cool whereas dogs are very keen in their territories.  There were some studies that showed observations where dogs are threatened by cats. Felines also might seem a little uncomfortable among pooches. If you need your cat and dog to get along, you should start it right away with positivity, love, and encouragement.

Tips To Get Your Cat and Dog Get Along:

a. Start Slow:

Do not rush and expect them to be alright within a day. Give time and make sure there is enough space to keep them away from each other when needed. Both of them needs to be calm and then slowly introduced to each other after a couple of days.

b. Age:

Cat and dog to get along at much younger age are easier rather than the adult phase. If you are introducing a puppy to an older feline or a kitten to an older dog, be precautious as the little ones get hurt easily.

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c.Get Them To Familiarize Scents:

Interchange the rooms between the two or switch beddings so that both can get used to each other smells. You could also keep them divided by a door so that they keep sniffing around.

d. Relaxed Face To Face Introduction:

Ensure your cat is relaxed and better to be held in your hand during the first meeting. Your pooch can be kept on a leash and held by another person. If the pooch is calm, you could slowly let your cat down to wander around the room. Simultaneously, you could extend the leash and let the dog sniff around the feline. Reward your dog with treats for obeying commands and behaving.

e. Pamper Both Of The Pets Equally:

Jealousy among animals is very common. Hence show equal amounts of love and attention to both the pets.

f. Food and Toys Separated:

It is best to keep your pooch and cat’s food bowls and toys separately in different places inside the house. Feed them at the same time as well to avoid any fights.

While you are away, it is best to keep them separated until they are all set. Getting a cat and dog get along to live harmoniously might seem challenging but its definitely worth doing it. It is such a joy to see them mingle and stay friends forever.


Just like us humans and other animals, birds also experience stress and anxiety. Birds are very sensitive creatures and they need to be looked out. Birds commonly hide signs of illness. It is very important for a bird parent to identify it and help them. Find some useful hints to know if your bird is in stress.

What Causes Stress In Birds?

There could be various reasons that cause stress in birds and make them unhappy. Birds are habitual creatures and when there is an interruption in their routine or environment, it causes them to stress out. Moving to a new house, change in paint colors, new family members or pets also upset them.

Parrots such as African grays and cockatoos are very intelligent and seek attention. They get bored and stressed whey they do not receive it. Environmental noises such as thunder, vehicle sounds are also stressors for birds.

Identifying Stress In Birds:

a. Stress Bars: These bars are small streaks of lines seen in the shaft of your bird’s feathers. These are an indication to let you know that your bird is in stress.

b. Screaming And Feather Picking: This is the most common sign indicating stress. Feather picking is common in smaller and larger birds. Birds that suddenly make loud screeching noises and constant feather plucking should be taken to the vet to rule out any health issues.

c. Self-mutilation: Some birds even bite themselves because of depression and hurt themselves. This might lead to trauma.

d. Loss of Appetite: Birds might start eating less or in some cases not eat at all. This is also an indication of stress in birds.

e. Stereotypical behaviors: Birds, especially like cockatoos, show obvious actions like toe-tapping, head swinging and pacing when they are bored. This behavior is not harmful but it shows that your bird is unhappy and stressful.

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Helping Your Bird In Stress:

The first thing you got to do is to remove the external stressing agents. A bird trainer or a vet could help you do this.

Provide a lot of interactive bird toys for your bird to keep them occupied. Leave them free out of the cage for a while and spend time with them. Keeping a TV or radio on also helps them. Our Hemp Well Calm Bird drops aids in the relaxation of your birds that is caused due to environmental stress factors.

Provide positive reinforcement training to help your bird get accustomed to new family members or pets. Create a non-crowded environment with nesting areas and multi-level perches. Birds are very needy and social creatures. Keeping them mentally stimulated and with added attention keeps them happy and stress-free.



CBD or cannabidiol for dogs is becoming extremely popular. While us humans find the benefits of CBD, we want to share it with our best friends; dogs, cats, horses, birds and llamas, too.

Pets cannot overdose from CBD. Additional CBD consumed that is not absorbed into the bloodstream will be excreted through the urine.


Dogs have far more cannabinoid receptors than us, so a little goes a long way. Giving your dog too much CBD can be a waste of money but it will not harm your dog. With any supplement it is advised to discuss in advance with your veterinarian.

 


We were not the first to create a soft chew dosage form animal product with hemp CBD but we do a better job than anyone else. Competitors chews will have amounts of CBD, sure! But that is where they stop short.

 

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Every living thing that is born grows older as the years pass by. Our beloved furry friends also age. Most pet parents fail to realize this hard truth. But we should be able to keep our pets comfortable and let them age gracefully.

When Is Your Pet A Senior Dog?

In general, vets say that a dog above eight years old is considered as a senior dog. However, aging also depends greatly on the lifestyle, breed, and size of the dog. Large and giant sized dogs age faster when compared to small breeds.

What To Expect In Senior Dogs Health?

As pets get older, they will have decreased energy levels. Their mobility might be affected. They are most likely prone to arthritis, joint pain, aches, and discomfort. Senior dogs also stand a high risk for obesity, heart, liver and kidney diseases.

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Tips For Senior Dog Care:

  • Provide optimal nourishment and a balanced meal for your pooch. This will help him with his energy levels and also from meeting their nutritional needs.
  • Your dogs might undergo pain and aches due to everyday activities. Help them ease the pain with Hemp Well Relief.
  • Provide orthopedic beds for your dog to reduce the stress on their joints. They will thank you for this.
  • Schedule a visit to the vet every three or six months for regular check-ups and tests. This is a crucial step in senior dog care and you can keep a track of your dog’s health and also the identify early onset of any health problems.
  • As dog grow old, their dental health might also be compromised to a certain extent. Hence it is important to include oral maintenance along with regular grooming sessions.
  • Regular exercises keep your pooches active and flexible. In senior dog care, you could take help from your vet to control the intensity of exercises.
  • Older dogs also need entertainment and should be kept busy. Provide them lots of toys which helps keeps them stimulated mentally.

 

Caring for a senior dog might seem overwhelming. However, if we understand and follow the above simple tips, we could help your dog to be healthy and live his last few years happily.


Hemp health for horses


Hemp has a better fatty acid ratio than fish, krill, flax, coconut and MCT oils. Hemp is a complete protein with all 20 essential amino acids, no concern over sustainability, mercury or smell. It also helps with cellular integrity. Omegas lubricate from inside out.

Hemp oil contains omega-3 fatty acids, which are known for their health benefits. Supplementing omega-3 fatty acids also helps balance the ratio of omega-3s and omega-6s in a horse’s diet and facilitates absorption of various fat-soluble vitamins, including A, D, E, and K. The nervous system of both mature and immature horses also benefits from omega-3s, as supplementation decreases stress, improves learning and cognition, and staves off the development of stereotypic behaviors, such as cribbing,

Kathleen Crandell, Ph.D., a nutritionist for Kentucky Equine Research




THC, or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol is considered to be the main psychoactive compound in cannabis. There are 400 other compounds in the cannabis plant that offer benefits without the ‘high’.

Does THC provide significant health benefits?

Yes. It may assist with a whole variety of things from pain relief, appetite stimulation and nerve disorders. But, I would not advise your pet to take THC. Dogs and cats have more cannabinoid receptors than we do. They are extremely sensitive to THC and will likely suffer from what veterinarians describe as “marijuana poisoning.”


Pets will metabolize THC a lot slower than we can. Our three hour marijuana buzz can last up to 24 hours compared with your pet.

Some products marketed for humans will contain both THC and CBD. While this is a great alternative for us, I would stay away from any levels of THC for your best friend. Until further studies are conducted regarding the safe use of THC in pets, a CBD or cannabinoid rich hemp product may be the best alternative given the research already put forward.

Hemp Well products contain 0% THC and are rich in other cannabinoids, like CBD.