Did you know dogs help us live longer, healthier, happier lives? It’s true. Studies show people with dogs get sick less, have better heart health, and benefit from more exercise. Dogs also help reduce anxiety and depression and can even sniff out cancer. Meet some of the dogs that make our lives so much better.
“Our daughter Sienna’s first word was woowoo, which means doggie. She’s wanted one ever since and was always telling us what she would name her doggie. These were always pretty ridiculous names so when she came up with the name Bella, we knew it was time to act. That was five months ago and Bella, an aussie and poodle mix, immediately became part of the family. She’s a hit at Nedquarters too and loves greeting everyone who stops by. She gets a little 300mg in her food a few nights per week.”
— Ret, Bella’s human (and Sienna's dad)
“Finley is an extremely floofy, 4-year-old golden retriever born and raised in California and now residing in Denver, Colorado. Despite being a golden, Finley is one of the laziest dogs you’ll meet. He refuses to walk more than a few blocks unless he can bring one of his favorite stuffed animals along with him. If it were up to Finley, he would rather run around the backyard munching on grass and sticks while being chased by Dad. His favorite hobbies include stealing Dad’s socks (and mom’s scrunchies), cuddling on the couch, prancing around with his toys, giving hugs, and of course… eating.”
— Ainsley, Finley’s Human
Finley is kinda Instagram famous! Follow his adventures! >
“Named after the famous actress or a ski lift in Whistler (depends on who you ask in our house), Garbo is a border collie rescue that we adopted from Mountain Pet Rescue a few years ago. She loves doing anything outside, chasing bunnies, and playing with her favorite toy . . . a frog named Fred. She also loves Ned's 300mg tincture with a spoonful of peanut butter 1-2 days a week.”
— Bryan, Garbo’s human
“Zoe enjoys long naps in the bushes and ear scratches. After exhausting herself chasing squirrels up trees, she eases her joint pain with Ned’s 750mg tincture.”
— Erin, Zoe’s human
COULD YOUR DOG BENEFIT FROM CBD?
Vets have started using full spectrum hemp oil to successfully treat many common dog ailments — from anxiety to arthritis, chronic pain to cancer, skin conditions to seizures. For dogs, we recommend 1mg per serving of Ned’s 300mg Full Spectrum Hemp Oil for every 10 lbs of their body weight. Learn more about the benefits of CBD for dogs.
DOES YOUR DOG USE NED?
Post a pic of your furry friend on Instagram with the hashtag #dogsofned. By sharing how full spectrum hemp oil has helped your dog, you may be able to help other dogs too!