Trial Size Calming Chews for Dogs – Duck & Apple – 5mg

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  • Trial Size bag of Duck & Apple CBD Chews for Dogs contain 8 chews or 1.3oz
  • Regionally sourced Duck with meat as the first ingredient
  • Limited Ingredient and made in small batches
  • Palatable and easily digestible for dogs


  • For Small Dogs (and also safe for cats)
  • Start with 1 CBD Chew for Dogs per 20lbs. body weight daily
  • Calming Chews can be broken in half for smaller dogs and/or cats
  • Every pet is different so start on the lower end and gradually increase as needed

*For large dogs try our Trial Size Calming Chews for Dogs – Beef & Pumpkin – 10mg

Ingredients in Calming CBD Soft Chews:

  • Duck, Apple, Lentils, Vegetable Glycerin, MCT Oil, Vinegar, Citric Acid, Full Spectrum CBD Oil, Mixed Tocopherols (a source of Vitamin E), Rosemary Extract
  • Soft & Chewy for small dogs that do not like hard treats
  • Eases separation tension from pet parents
  • Supports serotonin balance
  • Grain Free CBD Chews for Dogs with NO sugary binders
  • Calms & Relaxes stressed dogs
  • If you love this product try our 4.5oz Calming Chews for Dogs – Duck & Apple – 5mg


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