How I've Managed My Dog's Anxiety Issue

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My Spotty is a Thai RIdgeback mix and he has the alertness and anxiety typical of many sight hounds. He had spent two years unadopted and had been too long in the animal shelter. So he is afraid of strangers. He was already on prozac and trazodone, While he loves the park the number of people on the streets of NYC frightens him. He is much calmer since I added the CBD oil. He is even more affectionate and less nervous with the addition of this supplement. The vet recommended Innovet as the most reliable brand and it has made a big difference." -Valerie


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Unlike humans, our furry companions can’t tell us when they are experiencing pain and dealing with a medical condition that’s seriously affecting their health. This all too often leads us to miss illnesses and injuries until they’ve progressed to later stages where they become much more difficult to fight.

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