Pet Releaf’s Grain-Free, Soft Chews Pizza And Sushi Edibites

This blog post is sponsored by Pet Releaf! Remember to use coupon code 2TD to save 10% off of your entire order at www.petreleaf.com

Every purchase of Pet Releaf’s Keith Haring Edition Edibites will benefit rescue dogs of all ages!

Have you ever sat down after a long week with some takeout food, your favorite shows on demand and your pets? Sounds like a great weekend to us. Actually, perfect.

Dogs crave real food, we know that. They will drool over our pizza or sushi or other goodies on cue! But what else to they crave? A pain free day. A day without anxiety. A day made easier by CBD.

When you put the benefits of Pet Releaf’s organic CBD soft chew Edibites and the flavors of pizza and sushi, you have a combination that would be on every dog’s menu.

We like to think of Edibites as we would a supplement or daily vitamin. They give Brickle and Digby a way to feel younger and more content as we travel the country. They also help on demand with Digby’s mobility issues and Brickle’s anxiety during storms and fireworks.

If your dog or cat has benefited from CBD, you know what a huge difference it can make for their quality of life, and therefore, our quality of life. What is in the grain-free, soft chew pizza and sushi Edibites from Pet Releaf?

Each Edibite is infused with an organic full-spectrum hemp oil that is extracted from Certified USDA organic Colorado-grown hemp. Each batch is handmade and baked with love in Pet Releaf’s commercial kitchen.

Each Edibite contains a guaranteed 5 mg of Active CBD.

Instructions: Give one Edibite to your pet twice a day. Or even just use as needed.

What is Pet Releaf’s recommendation for dosage?

Regular Grain-Free Soft Chew Edibites – 2mg /Edibites

Up to 30 lb………. 1-2, or as needed

31-60 lb………. 2-3, or as needed

61-90 lb………. 4-5, or as needed

Large Breed Grain-Free Soft Chew Edibites5mg/Edibite

25-50 lb………. 1, or as needed

51-75 lb………. 2, or as needed

76-100 lb………. 3, or as needed

101-150 lb……….4-5, or as needed

The good news is that there are no negative side effects and no contraindications of CBD.

When we first started full-time travel with Brickle and Digby, we did not know about Pet Releaf products. But as we learned more and met the founders, we knew their products and company were different than the rest.

Each of our pets’ life is a work of art, and that sentiment is reflected in their special edition, Keith Haring packaging. It makes giving Edibites to Brickle and Digby even more fun.

Pet Releaf says “To showcase Keith Haring’s love for New York City, we’ve developed two flavors of “The Barking Dog” Edibites that represent the diverse cultures and food scenes throughout Manhattan.

Downtown Pizza

A day or night out in downtown Manhattan is not complete without a slice of pizza. If you’ve been looking for a way to have a pizza night with your favorite 4-legged friend, this flavor encompasses your favorite food but in a healthy bite size supplement for that special dog in your life.

Uptown Sushi

What’s more quintessential than a night of sushi on the Upper West Side? Our Sushi flavor aims to give your dog the experience of one of Manhattan’s most luxurious neighborhoods. Including ethically sourced Wild Red Pollock Oil, bring your favorite Sushi profiles home to your most beloved companion.”

So what are you waiting for? The benefits of CBD baked into a yummy package may be the supplement your dog needs.

Brickle and Digby benefit from CBD so much that we have dedicated this year to telling you about a Pet Releaf product each month. We would love to hear your experiences too!

Remember to use coupon code 2TD to save 10% off of your entire purchase at www.petreleaf.com

Watch our demonstration and see which flavor Brickle and Digby pick as their favorite!

Although this post is sponsored by Pet Releaf and we received compensation, all opinions are our own.

Can It

This is Sheriff Peanut Butter Brickle. If there’s one thing I’m good at, it’s policing. Breaking up fights at the dog park, telling cars to slow down and telling everyone to can it.

Yes. Yes. Noise bothers me. Deputy Digby has never learned to use his inside bark. And at the point, the inside bark is not to be contained.

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Have you ever wanted the world to go a little slower? Have you ever wanted the world to talk a little softer? Have you ever wanted to hear the birds sing instead of traffic? Have you ever wanted to hear your own voice above the chaos of things that just do not matter?

Here at the farm, we’ve had a lot of chances to slow down and hear things that matter. Like the animals. The tractors.

Our own thoughts.

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And every day, we get to go to the produce market. The people there think I’m cute. Obviously. The cats that live there think I’m cute. Obviously. And they have so many neat things to look at. There are vegetables and fruits. Eggs and snacks. Boiled peanuts and honey.

Then there is the neatest thing to look at. This is Digby Pancake’s favorite. Rows and rows of cans filled with all kinds of things. Everything pickled. Beets and broccoli and Brussel sprouts. Garlic and asparagus.

Everything preserved. Tomato jam, strawberries and blueberries.

Then you have your syrups. Fruit syrups and maple syrups. Oh yes. All of the jars of wonderful things.

Girl Person said her Granny Person used to love canning. Canning it’s called.

Girl Person said it’s not so easy to can things. She said there is boiling and cooking and cleaning. She said persons used to do it more when they had hard times and wanted to save their food. Or times when there weren’t refrigerators. And times when you grew your food and you didn’t want anything to go to waste.

In fact. Granny Person used to can so much that there were shelves full of pears and apples and more in the kitchen. In the garage. Everywhere. It was a sight to see. Just like at the farmers market.

There are so many things I would like to can. Cookies. Treats. Pancakes for Digby. Lasagna for a rainy day. I don’t know why. Just sounds delicious.

But there are also things I’d like to preserve to remember. Like all the places we have traveled to. Ok. Not all of them. But many. I would like to preserve the feelings of getting to new places. The feeling right before that first bite of dinner. And then there’s that feeling of falling asleep with your family safe and with you.

Have you ever thought about what you would like to preserve?

It’s hard to remember the good things in life when there are so many distractions in the world. Things people tell us are important. Noisy reminders that if we let it, life will keep getting more and more complicated. Sometimes we have to force ourselves to stop and can it.

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