The declawing of cats can be a highly debated subject. Many people believe declawing is inhumane and cruel, while others believe it is necessary to keep cats inside. Many landlords do not allow a cat inside an apartment unit if they are not declawed and may even ask for proof.

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If you have a cat that experiences hot spots, “stud chin”, eye issues, and concerns about seasonal skin allergies, Hemp Well just may have a product to help your kitty. These are just a few things I have noticed in my cats, personally. I’m sure there are more things hemp and CBD products may assist with in cats, these are simply my observations.

As a cat owner you may never think that your cat is in need of supplements. You might be thinking, that is something only dog owners have to deal with and your little fur ball gets everything they need from their food. This could be true but they could still be lacking significant antioxidants, vitamins or other natural compounds.

My Story:

I have two cats that are both three years old. One is an orange tabby that is as sweet as can be and the other is part Persian that loves scratches and wiggling all over the place. The part Persian, Lemon, is the boy that has had the most noticeable results since using both the Hemp Omegas oil and the Hemp Relief oil. He suffers from allergy related eye issues, and stud chin (chin acne).

Lemon has been to the vet for both of these things on multiple different occasions. The first time I was told it was all related to allergies and I was given a pill to administer to him once every two days. Now, if you’ve ever had to give a cat a tiny little pill, you know it’s no easy feat. It was a constant battle to get Lemon to take his pills. He started to recognize the sound of the pills in the bottle and would instantly go hide from me. After a while I decided to stop the pills because it seemed they weren’t doing much of anything.

I went back and was told to put a topical cream on his chin and an antibiotic cream in his eyes. The eye cream didn’t do anything for my poor fur ball. The chin cream wasn’t doing much either besides staining everything around him. I was beginning to get annoyed since I was spending so much money on vet visits and medications. I started looking for alternatives.

One alternative I came across was Hemp Well. A family member of mine uses it so I asked her if she thought it would work for my Lemon. She said I should give it a try as it seems to have helped her dog a lot.

Day 1:

I gave half a dropper of the CBD oil for cats to Lemon in the morning before his meal time. He seemed to like the taste a lot. When I came home I gave him another half a dropper of the Hemp Relief oil to help with the inflammation.

Day 4:

We continued the same amount at the same times every day, this day I started to see some progress. His eyes were less red and sore looking, he was opening them a little more than normal already. His chin had started to clear up a little, the rough black spots were starting to go away and his skin was healing underneath his chin.

Day: 10

This day we started to notice significant improvement with his eyes and his chin. His eyes were open almost all the time and the skin under his chin was all clear and pink. My little Lemon didn’t seem to be in pain anymore!

The Aftermath

After seeing this improvement we decided to no longer give him the Relief oil for now. Since then he has gotten the Omega oil every other day in the morning and he seems to be happy and healthy! I have noticed that the stud chin will come back every once in a while but has never gotten as severe as it was before giving him Hemp Well. His eyes will act up every once in a while as well but again, no where near how bad it used to get. Once these problems arise again we go back to giving him both oils every day until they clear up.

Now, as a Hemp Well employee I get to hear about how our products help people’s pets every day. I am so thankful for all the opportunities that come along with working for this company. I hope others have similar stories about our products helping their pets as well and hope we can continue to make good things happen.


Birds are one of the most beloved pets that are kept in our homes. Birds are attractive, socially interactive, intelligent and give a great company. These wonderful little creatures are not just to be confined in cages but need attention and care. Let us read more on bird care tips and how to care for these pretty creatures.

The Key Pointers In Bird Care:

1. Choose The Right Cage:

Birds are meant to be free and flying. Hence when you want to keep them as pets, provide a big cage as their home. Birds should have optimal space for them to spread the wings and move around inside the cage. When birds are caged in small places, it might lead to behavioral problems. Rectangular bird cages are preferred over round ones.

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2. Choosing Bird Partners:

When you have different species of birds, make sure that they are compatible with each other. If not, provide individual cages for each species of birds.

3. Bird Grooming :

Birds also require grooming and it is one of the most important factors in bird care. You could give them a shower with some water from a spray bottle. Make sure you trim their feathers neatly and maintain them. Hemp Well Bird Hemp oil can be used topically to maintain shiny healthy feathers.

4. Clean The Bird Cage:

Place magazines and papers at the bottom of the cage to make cleaning easier. Regularly clean the bird cages and maintain hygiene.

5. Exercise Your Birds:

Birds need exercises to keep them happy and healthy. Let them have short flights in secured places. Plenty of bird toys are also available in the market to keep them entertained.

6. Bird Nutrition:

Choose the right food for your birds. Feed them a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits like oranges, spinach, berries, and celery.

The tips provided above are common bird care tips for all species of birds. Apart from these, individual type of bird species might require special needs and attention. Keep your birds happy and healthy, or else it might affect their behavior leading to cage fights and screaming.



With all the headlines loosely connecting grain free diets to DCM, some veterinarians have taken action by suggesting Taurine supplements. As stated before, Taurine is known for supporting cardiovascular health. In some breeds, it’s even been shown to completely resolve and reverse DCM.

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SuperZoo is the most-attended pet industry trade show in North America, established by World Pet Association in 1950 as an annual gathering place for the entire industry to connect, learn and do business. Ever since, the show has continued to grow—and it now boasts more buyers and education hours than any other industry event on the continent.

In 2019, Super Zoo will take place August 20-22 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, NV. Super Zoo is open to independent retailers, distributors, mass-market buyers, and other qualified professionals. This show is not open to the general public.

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Cats and dogs not being able to get along is a very common misconception. If done right your cats and dogs should be able to get along just fine. It will take plenty of time and patience if cats have not grown up around dogs and vice versa.

Dogs and cats can have very different personalities. Getting them to get along may be something you will have to work at slowly for a long time or it may be something that will just never happen because of the animals personalties. You can never force an animal to like another animal. That does not mean that cannot live together without issue.

Tips To Get Your Cat and Dog Get Along:

Start Slow:

Do not rush and expect them to be alright within a day. Give them time and make sure there is enough space to keep them away from each other when needed. You can put something that smells like the cat in the dogs area and put something that smells like the dog in the cats area. That way they can get used to each others scents and learn about each other. This also works for introducing two cats to each other as well.

Age:

Teaching cats and dogs to get along at much younger age can be easier than trying to do so as adults. If you are introducing a puppy to an older feline or a kitten to an older dog, be precautious as the little ones may get hurt easily. Having them grow up with each other is the best way to ensure they will get along in the future.

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Relaxed Face To Face Introduction:

Ensure your cat is relaxed and being held comfortably during the first meeting. Make sure to give them plenty of space between each other so they do not feel threatened. Your dog can be kept on a leash and held by another person. You can help keep your dog calm and relaxed with help from Hemp Wells Calm Dog Chews. If the dog is calm, you could slowly let your cat down to wander and sniff 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.

Pamper Both Of The Pets Equally:

Jealousy among animals in a communal space is very common. Try not to show too much affection to one animal and not the other.

Food and Toys Separated:

It is best to keep your dog’s and cat’s food bowls and toys separated 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 comfortable with each other. Getting a cat and dog get along to live harmoniously might seem challenging at first but it’s definitely worth doing it in the end. It is such a joy to see them mingle and stay friends forever.


Just like humans and other animals, birds also experience stress and anxiety. Birds are very sensitive creatures and they need to be looked out for. Birds commonly hide signs of illness and distress. It is very important for a bird parent to identify what is causing these things and help them.

What Causes Stress?

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 anxiety and stress. Moving to a new house, change in paint colors, being moved to a new room, new people or pets can also upset them.

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

Identifying Bird Stress:

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 experiencing stress.

Screaming And Feather Plucking: This is the most common sign indicating stress. Birds may start to pull out their feathers if they are anxious or stressed. They can also do this due to boredom or insufficient diet. Birds that constantly scream and begin to over pluck themselves should be taken to the vet as soon as possible to rule out any illness or health issues.

Self-mutilation: Some birds may resort to biting themselves due to depression or anxiety. They usually exhibit this type of behavior after plucking themselves too much. Be sure to look out for cuts on your birds skin and take them to the vet to as soon as possible to avoid infection.

Loss of Appetite: Birds might start eating less or in some cases not eat at all. This could be na indicator of stress or a more serious underlying issue.

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 stressed.

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Helping Your Bird:

The first thing you have to do is to remove the external stressing agents. A bird trainer or a vet could help you identify this and combat it.

Provide a lot of interactive bird toys to keep them occupied and entertained. Let them free out of the cage for a while every day and spend time with them. Keeping a TV or radio on also keeps them stimulated. Our Hemp Well Calm Bird drops aid in the relaxation of your bird and can help them stay calm and prevent further stress.

Provide positive reinforcement training to help your bird get accustomed to people or pets. Create a non-crowded environment with nesting areas and multi-level perches. Birds are very smart and social creatures. Keeping them mentally stimulated as much as possible can really help reduce stress levels and keep them healthy and happy.



CBD or cannabidiol for dogs is becoming extremely popular. While us humans find the benefits of CBD useful for us, 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 in any way. As with any supplement, it is recommended to talk to a vet before administering Hemp Well products.

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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.

Not kidding, we have more than 200 times the amount of hemp than our closest competitor. We replaced anything we could inside each soft chew with hemp. Things like vegetable, canola oils. Flax and other fillers were replaced with the whole hemp plant. If hemp is a better omega source than other oils, why wouldn’t we?

Our process is not cheap but we would not have done it any other way. Hemp Well is #JustHemp.

In addition to more active ingredients our soft chew net weight is 30% more than the closest competitor. More value, more active ingredients, more benefits from Hemp Well.

Lastly, we never use heat. From the extraction process of our hemp plants to the manufacture of our soft chews we keep things cool. Hemp has an extremely low melt point. Heat could decimate active ingredients. Cold pressed is better.

 

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Every living thing that is born grows older as the years pass by. Our beloved furry friends also age and faster than we might like. Most pet parents do not want to come to terms with this fact and choose to ignore it until it is too late. Taking care of senior dogs is something all dog owners will have to do at some point so it is best to learn how now.

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 smaller breeds.

What To Expect In Senior Dogs Health?

As pets get older, they will have decreased energy levels. Their mobility might be affected and they are more 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 dog. This will help him with his energy levels and assure they meet their nutritional needs.
  • Your dogs might undergo pains 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 possibly identify early onset health problems.
  • As dogs 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 exercise keeps your dogs active and flexible. When caring for a senior dog, you could take advice from your vet to control the intensity of the exercises.
  • Older dogs need entertainment and should be kept busy. Provide them lots of toys which help keep 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.