Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches - CalmCalming Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches for Dogs - 100% Human-Grade + Real Peanut Butter (24 Pack, net content 1oz./28g) | Easy on the Go Packaging

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Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches - Calm
Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches - Calm
Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches - Calm
Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches - Calm
Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches - Calm
Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches - Calm
Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches - Calm
Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches - Calm

Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches - CalmCalming Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches for Dogs - 100% Human-Grade + Real Peanut Butter (24 Pack, net content 1oz./28g) | Easy on the Go Packaging

$69.99 USD
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Now you can take Hemp peanut butter treats everywhere you go!

Our Calm Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches provide 10mg of Hemp in a tasty one ounce bite. Feed it to your furry friend and watch their shaking, panting, barking and other nervous symptoms fade away in a flash.


Calm Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches are perfect for walks, holidays or when leaving your pooch with a friend to look after. And because they come in pouches, you're not left with a sticky spoon to carry around.


You can now buy our CALM Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches as a 24 pack. This enables you to be fully stocked for weeks, and always have a pouch handy when your pet needs emotional relief.


As with all Honest Paws‚ products, our CALM Hemp Peanut Butter Pouches are 100% human grade. They're also soy-free and xylitol-free. In fact, they're so pure even us humans could eat them. And its only effects are a calmer, happier pet and a natural peanut butter taste your furry friend will love.


24 pouches per container

Active IngredientsPer Pouch (28g)
Organic Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil 10mg

Inactive Ingredients
Dry Roasted Peanuts, Dextrose, MCT Oil, Salt

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The Problem

Travel and car rides can be stressful for pets due to the unfamiliar environment and motion sickness. Pets may feel trapped and uncomfortable in a moving vehicle, leading to restlessness, panting, and whining. If your pet is experiencing stress during travel, there are ways you can help.

Our Solution

Calm Peanut Butter is the perfect solution for pets who suffer from stress during travel and car rides. Made with all-natural ingredients, this peanut butter is infused with hemp that may help soothe stressed-out pets. Simply spread a dollop on your pet's favorite treat or toy and let them enjoy the calming effects during their next car ride or trip. Say goodbye to stressed-out pets and hello to a more relaxing travel experience with Calm Peanut Butter.

Made in the USAMade in the USA with globally sourced ingredients to provide the highest quality product for your pet.

Non GMOWe use non-gmo ingredients to ensure your pet only get’s the very best.

Third Party Lab TestedLab-tested to ensure the best quality.

OrganicMade from USDA Organic full-spectrum hemp oil free from pesticides.

No Artificial FlavorsHonest Paws products are crafted with no artificial flavors.

What's Inside

Organic Full Spectrum Hemp Oil

All our organic full-spectrum hemp oils are free of GMO's, soy, corn and other contaminants. They are also third-party tested for purity and potency.

Dry Roasted Peanuts

Peanuts can be a good source of protein and healthy fats for some pets.

MCT Oil

MCT (Medium Chain Triglyceride) oil is a popular carrier oil choice for hemp oil due to its ability to enhance the absorption and bioavailability of the hemp oil.

Customer Reviews

FAQs

  1. Can dogs eat peanut butter?

    The right peanut butter is an excellent addition to your pet's diet. It provides protein and healthy fat to a dog's food intake. Healthy fats help the body to absorb specific vitamins, such as A, D, E, and K. When fats and oils are part of your dog's food, then their coat will be shinier too.

    However, there is peanut butter that is suitable for dogs, and there is peanut butter that can cause a lot of harm. Too much sugar, salt, or artificial sweeteners in food can have damaging effects on your furbaby's wellness.

  2. How much peanut butter can dogs eat?

    Your giant breed can handle more peanut butter than your toy poodle. Small breeds (under 25 pounds) should never have more than half to one tablespoon of peanut butter per day. Larger dogs (over 25 pounds) should get no more than two tablespoons a day.

  3. How do you give your dogs peanut butter?

    A TikTok user's video recently went viral when she used peanut butter to distract her dog so she could clip his nails. With a forehead of clingwrap and peanut butter smeared on it, Linds Shelton shared her clever hack. While this idea is genius, spreading nut butter on your head might not be your idea of fun, even if it does get Fido to sit still for grooming.

    Find a Chew Toy for Hours of Fun

    If you'd love to spoil your furry friend with some sugar-free peanut butter, as well as provide them with some mental stimulation, many toys can do just that. Stuffing a KONG toy with kibble or peanut butter will satisfy your dog's natural desire to chew.

    Put Your Apron on and Make Some Homemade Treats

    Homemade dog treats are a paw-some gift for any lovable doggo in your life. Dog-friendly, quality ingredients such as raw peanuts or CBD Peanut Butter will produce a delicious snack.

  4. Does the Calm Peanut Butter have Xylitol?

    With humans on a mission to avoid sugar, the use of xylitol in peanut butter, other foods, and household goods are on the rise. The artificial sweetener looks and tastes like sugar, but has fewer calories and won't cause a hike in human blood sugar levels. For dogs, however, xylitol poisoning is a real danger and can be fatal.

    Xylitol is rapidly absorbed into your dog's bloodstream, resulting in a potent release of insulin from the canine pancreas. Xylitol poisoning symptoms to look out for include vomiting, weakness, diarrhea, lack of coordination, seizures, and a general decrease in activity due to low blood sugar levels. Contact your vet, emergency clinic, or animal poison control center if you have any concerns about your pet's behavior.

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