Thousands of companies offer CBD for pets.
However, marketing efforts by the vast majority revolve simplistically around, “Oh, we’ve got pet stuff, too.”
In contrast, industry leaders for pet CBD marketing have figured out how to rise above the fray.
They’ve done so by zeroing in on one of the most powerful principles of persuasion in human history.
The good news is, invoking this principle is pretty straightforward.
It relies on taking just a few simple steps, as I explain below.
As a bonus, these steps also bypass restrictive advertising regulations currently plaguing the whole CBD industry.
DOGS SPEAKING ABOUT CBD
We dog lovers know our furry friends speak to us. Not in words, of course.
They instead send clear messages to us with tail-wagging, deep staring, smiling, bouncing around – you name it.
If Anthony Robbins is correct about defining communication (and I think he is), it’s the results you get.
Dogs get results. And they’re telling us a lot about CBD oil.
Carole Jarvis got the message from 3-year-old Coco, her Old English Mastiff.
In Carole’s words,
“[Coco] has hip dysplasia in both hips and severe arthritis in both her knees. She can no longer take anti-inflammatories and was on Tramadol 150 mg twice a day. I cannot afford all the operations she needs and as a last resort tried CBD oil. She has been on it for a month now and is a totally different dog. She’s no longer in pain and not spaced out all the time. I cannot praise CBD oil more highly… ”
Lori Dzingala also got clear communication from her 12-year-old Leonberger.
According to Lori,
“[She] started having seizures. She had a massive seizure and we were losing her. A client of mine suggested CBD so we gave it a shot. Within 3 days she was walking, and even trotting. We were able to get the seizures under control.”
These are just two among thousands of examples of how dogs communicate their health results due to CBD.
They’ve let their humans know how they feel across a whole gamut of health challenges – cancer, anxiety, sleep disorders, epilepsy, joint problems, and many more.
WHAT ABOUT CATS?
Our feline friends are no different. (Aside from their famous aloofness and pickiness about food – my fellow cat people know what I’m talking about.)
Alicia Antonio “heard” her older tabby, Charli, loud and clear.
As Alicia explains,
“On a sunny Wednesday afternoon last month, [Charli] lost the ability to walk. By afternoon, she was completely paralyzed and I rushed her in to see the vet.
“Prognosis? Not good.
“Definitely neurological. Cause undetermined.
“Could [CBD] work for my cat? What did I have to lose?
“I agreed to give her the weekend to try and rest and recover, as long as she wasn’t in copious amount of pain, and look into CBD oil as a treatment alternative.
“I have to say – the results were ASTONISHING. Her right pupil had been dilated for days (a possible indicator of a brain tumor) and went back to normal the day after she started on the CBD oil. Within four days of starting on CBD oil twice a day, Charli started to eat and drink on her own again. Prior to that, she had been refusing all food and water and I had to keep her hydrated (and alive) by using a baby syringe to get water down her throat.
“Five days after starting on the CBD oil, she was able to use her front legs again and was able to slowly sit up and prop herself up against walls and furniture, even though her back legs still did not work. The following day, her back legs started to work again, but she was weak and wobbly and struggled to take more than a few steps. A full week after starting on CBD oil, our cat was up and walking again – albeit tentatively.
“Cannabis saved her life.”
WHO’S TRAINING WHOM?
Every single morning, our two little terrier mixes “allow” me to have one sip of coffee – just one – before demanding their morning walk.
What they want is abundantly clear to me. They’ve trained me well.
After their walk it’s time for their morning dental treat before I can finally get back to my cup of joe.
(Oh, and our young orange tabby “talks” me into giving him treats at the same time, too. Apparently I’m easily trained by canines and felines alike. Aren’t we all?)
In other words, I’m acutely attuned to what our furry family members want and need because they tell me so.
That’s why the experiences of Carole, Lori, and Alicia – and countless others like them – draw me to CBD for pet health.