Pet Releaf: 60-Second Summary
Operating out of Eastern Colorado, Pet Releaf offers a top-shelf product for fur babies that’s safe—and, in some cases, tasty—enough for their humans to use. The company obviously has a deep love of animals, going as far as developing their own strand of pet-friendly cannabidiol for their line of CBD oils and CBD pet treats. We don’t want to be so corny as to say that this company is the “cat’s meow,” but—it’s already out there now. And we’ll stand by it.
Pet Releaf Brand Review
As the name may suggest, Pet Releaf specializes in veterinary CBD oils and other animal-friendly cannabidiol products, letting proud pet owners everywhere offer Fido a very special treat for sitting and staying like a good boy.
Though owners Alina and Steve Smith created the company much more with animal wellness – as opposed to snacking – in mind.
The pair began their personal journey toward starting Pet Releaf when they first noticed the lack of truly healthy or organic animal food on the market, for either their dog, Mattie, or their cat, Shadow. Then, when Mattie began suffering from severe arthritis years later, the couple noticed once again that there were few healthy or natural alternatives to the intense opioid medication that had been prescribed by their vet.
So they set out to create that alternative.
The Smiths say they believe pets are truly a member of the family, and the quality of the ingredients utilized in their wide range of CBD oils, liposome CBD oil (which has a higher bioavailability and can be administered directly onto a pet’s food), CBD capsules, cannabidiol topical creams, and a range of edible CBD pet treats would, indeed, be suitable for any human family member to ingest.
The CBD strain used in the products was produced specifically by and for Pet Releaf, in conjunction with a pair of USDA-certified farmers—who appear on the website to talk about their work—in Eastern Colorado. (The company likes to say it oversees the process “from seed to sale” and “from plant to pet.”) Pet Releaf believes in the benefits of a full-spectrum cannabidiol oil, and chose its CBD strand for the very low THC levels it produces.
Aside from the company’s CBD oil, which includes their proprietary cannabidiol mixed with coconut oil, some key ingredients used across the line include Alaskan salmon, peanut butter, bananas, blueberries, cranberries, honey, and organic barley flour. Which, honestly, makes us kind of hungry even thinking about. (Even their CBD capsules are vegan-friendly.)
So far, the company only offers CBD products for dogs and cats. Prices range anywhere from $9 for smaller bags of dog treats to $100 for the largest Liposome CBD tincture available, but most products hover between $30-$70.
Bottom line: With their attention to detail, passion for natural and holistic health options, and undeniable care for their customer base, Pet Releaf creates a product that any human should be happy to use, let alone give to their furry friends. The only blind spot, by our rubric of success, is the lack of any charitable work or contributions – though many may consider the ability to naturally aid a much-loved yet underserved member of the family a form of altruism.
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Recent test results for contaminants, solvents, and CBD purity have their own page on the site, and the numbers are all up to snuff.
Pet Releaf cares deeply about the health and wellness of animals, believing they should be treated as equal members of the family. They strive to create products for pets that are on par with anything their humans would use.
The company sources their agricultural hemp from the largest USDA-certified (AKA all-organic) farm in the United States and utilizes the more environmentally friendly and generally biologically safer CO2 extraction method to separate the cannabidiol from the plant.
Pet Releaf worked with farmers in Eastern Colorado to develop their own strain of CBD, called PR-33, specifically to cater to the needs of pets. The company also has the exclusive rights to the strain, and says it’s the only company in the pet industry working with USDA-certified hemp.
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